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General News / November 22, 2018

Biig Piig shares first track from forthcoming EP

General News / November 22, 2018

Biig Piig shares first track from forthcoming EP

Back in October Biig Piig performed at her debut Irish show at the launch of District Issue 005, performing tracks from ‘Biig Fan of the Sesh Vol. 1’.

 

Now the London-based, Irish-born vocalist and rapper has announced that Vol. 2 is on the way and she’s given us the first taste of the project.

With co-signs from Julie Adenuga, Annie Mac and Dazed & Confused, as well as racking up millions of views on Youtube and being part of one of the most eclectic and forward-thinking groups in London, Nine8 Collective, Biig Piig is ready to grab 2019 by the scruff.

Click here to read an interview with her and check out ‘Raze : Plan B’ featuring Benny Mails below.