BiG HEATH – BiGGY | Music Video
Championed by many big hitters, BiG HEATH continues his rapid rise with another powerful release. Following up his explosive single “Bouncy“, he drops the second track taken from forthcoming EP in the form of “BiGGY”
“BiGGY” runs along the same vein as previous single “Bouncy”. It’s simply constructed unassuming from the intro but it bursts with bold production, rattling hi-hats and thick bass. HEATH is known for his lyrical ability and hard hitting lyrics, oozing with bravado makes this track another stellar effort.
HEATH has a track record of quality visuals and this is another strong one in the catalogue. Calling on Henry Smith as director, we have a creative, time travelling visual that follows the track’s storyline. We go from BiG HEATH as a tudor monarch (Henry VIII, anyone?), to an English gangster from Peaky Blinders. It’s altogether another statement single that cements BiG HEATH as one to watch.
Speaking on the track himself: “‘Biggy’ represents me musically and visually, working with Helsinki based producer Hank Solo, we wanted to make a song that could soundtrack my life”
Hailing not from an inner city, but the suburbs of Cambridge, BiG HEATH is not only comfortable with being different, he embraces it. His realness and sensitivity is clear to see within the introspective lyrical content, tackling vulnerability with surprising candour.
Having made serious waves since his debut release Lonely EP, he’s been tipped heavily by BBC 1Xtra, Radio 1, Link Up and GRM. He’s graced big festival main stages and now with a massive deal with Polydor Records, he intends to take his career to the next level.
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