Rap Artist Nat Turna Sails Into Savannah
Posted on September 8, 2006 by Jamie Slaughter
Dirty South sensation, Nat Turna and his Pretty Kitty Committee
(PKC) traveled to Savannah to promote "Drop Dat Thang" the smash hit single from the upcoming album, "The Nat Turna Project" from NS2 Records. The single is currently receiving serious airplay in markets like Savannah and across the Dirty South.
Atlanta-based Nat Turna is no stranger to Georgia's port city. The NS2 recording artist once lived in the city for a few years. "It was like old times coming back to Savannah," noted the artist. While in town, Nat dropped in on Bo Money of Savannah's 94.1 FM-The Beat and later spent the night hitting several of the city's hottest nightclubs to promote the single and upcoming album.
Turna is expected to return to Savannah when his second single "Dope Boy Dance" is released later this month. This song is about looking dope (slang for good) or "fresh" in your gear and features a special dance that is fast becoming popular in clubs across the south.