Big City I.H.B. Is The Definition Of A Renaissance Artist

With lyricism and rhythm, Big City I.H.B.’s making an impact­ in today’s music and entertainment world. The dedication’s no less than the best and putting in the effort to make it to the majors won’t be a surprise in this case. Don’t forget that when you hear Big City I.H.B. on the airwaves nationally or even internationally that we predicted the success.

This New York based emcee is truly the definition of a renaissance artist. He started his career as a critically acclaimed recording artist on PolyGram Records and has gone on to receive critical acclaim as an international recording artist as well. Throughout his career Big City has consistently expanded his creative and artistic range to include documentary film producer (Memoirs of an MC), screenwriter, songwriter, TV show writer, jingle writer, event producer (Suare Nation), and CEO of Stone City Digital, LLC.

As a recording artist under his former moniker Jemini, Big City performed all over the U.S. and later went on to record the critically acclaimed U.K release “Ghetto Pop Life” which helped to launch the career of his then group mate producer Dangermouse. Through this collaboration he was reintroduced to the European market and toured extensively throughout Europe. To this day he continues to write and record new music with his production team The Swag Merchants, but his intent is to get placements for his material. In his words, “I just want to get the music out whether it’s TV, movies, jingles, or for other artists.”


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