Stuck Between – BigMo

Posted by Mark

BigMo – “Stuck Between” from N. S. Wynn on Vimeo.

I’m not really into rap but BigMo is probably my favorite Kuwaiti rapper. This new video is off his debut album called “Both Sides of the Sand” and it’s about being stuck between two worlds.

I promise, no more rap videos for awhile.

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  1. BigMo says:

    Thank you for posting!
    You can stream whole album for FREE at
    and follow me @BigMoGLMG


  2. Richie says:

    but seriously big d and big mo, such terrible aliases.. how about some creativity?

    • BigMo says:

      I’ve actually been thinking about just going by Mohammed.
      I’ve always been the bigger kid, got that name in sports growing up and it stuck.
      I never considered BigMo to be an alias, It’s who I am, and it’s what most of my friends call me. There isn’t a persona.
      What do you think of Mohammed though?

  3. Chess says:

    He’s pretty good! Sounds like Jay-z.
    Even though I don’t like Kuwait Rappers but with this guy I’ll make an exception.
    Thumbs up!

    • BigMo says:

      Thanks chess. The quality in Kuwait can be elevated, when we stop allowing the irrelevant set the status qua.
      Hiphop strives in struggle, I didn’t grow until I learned what it was like to struggle, post-leaving Kuwait.
      Click on my name to hear the whole album.


  4. Robz says:

    I appreciate what’s been doing here. And both BigMo and Mohammed sound like great names to go by.

    Interesting though just going by Mohammed has never been done before and it would certainly make me wanna perk my ears up and listen.

  5. 500 says:

    This is actually really good! I really liked it, and I can relate since I reside in philly. Keep it up BigMo/Mohammed!

  6. teenum says:

    i always loved your work. you remind me of devlin from uk. listen to his song called london city. i kind of get that same feeling from you.

    amazing job and Mohammed is a good name to go by too.

  7. X fader says:

    nice flow!

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