Nationrizn Music is a full service music production facility specializing in compositions for film, TV, video games and other media. In addition, they also provide artists and bands with top quality productions of any musical genre. Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, Nationrizn Studios is also affiliated with Skywalker Sound in the North Bay, as well as Fantasy Studios in the East Bay, and J-31 Studios in the South Bay.

Frank Caruso

Producer/Composer graduated from the College for Recording Arts in 1990 where he studied Music Theory, Sound Engineering and Reinforcement and introduction to Music Business Law. Recorded and/or produced over 30 albums for some of the Bay Area's most talented bands. He also received a California Music Award in 1999 for his work with reggae band Dub Nation. Later he went on to handle production for the Temptations, the Supremes and the Four Tops for Motown Records. As president of Nationrizn Entertainment, he has 6 albums, a film and a musical currently in production.


Jerry Ososkie

Producer/Composer and head engineer at J-31 Studios is also a winner of a California Music Award, which led him to work with artists Wyclef Jean, Method Man, and members and management of the group Smash Mouth. He has received critical acclaim for the multi platinum video game Guitar Hero, post-production audio services for Stanford University commercials, and song licensing for networks such as ABC and MTV. His composition in musical scoring, as well as keyboard programming and sequencing gives Nationrizn Music a versatility in it's productions.

GC Cameron

Vocalist/Producer/Composer GC Cameron began in the music business in 1966 when he joined the Spinners and Motown Records. His song "It's a Shame" was their biggest international hit to date. He later went on to have a successful solo career, as well joining forces with the Temptations in 2005, when he was nominated for a Grammy for his lead vocals on "How Sweet it is to be Loved by You." In 2016, GC Cameron and the Spinners were nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.