Andrew Bigs Releases New Album “Think Bigs” & Drops Music Video…
“I’m excited for my new album ‘Think Bigs’ to finally be released so people can hear it. It’s my best work yet. I think it shows the diversity in my sound and who I am as a person. I have fun and care about my peoples,” said Andrew Bigs.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2016
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Andrew Bigs Releases New Album “Think Bigs” & Drops Music Video For
“I L*** You”
San Jose rapper Andrew Bigs has released his brand new studio album “Thing Bigs” on all digital platforms today. The album takes inspiration from innovators that have made contributions to science and music, and molds it with Andrew Bigs socially conscious rhymes to challenge listeners. To celebrate the album’s release Andrew Bigs has premiered his brand new video for “I L*** You” online at https://youtu.be/75X0RR0M06k.
“I’m excited for my new album ‘Think Bigs’ to finally be released so people can hear it. It’s my best work yet. I think it shows the diversity in my sound and who I am as a person. I have fun and care about my peoples,” said Andrew Bigs. “The music video for ‘I L*** You’ is my favorite video I’ve ever made. I was having way too much fun wylin’ out and acting. And I thought the concept fit the song perfectly.”
Andrew Bigs has been grinding his way through the ranks of the hip-hop scene with touring and releasing record with an “do it yourself” independent mindset. After releasing his debut album “P.a.s.t. D.u.e”, Andrew Bigs took to the road for a month long tour with Reef the Lost Cauze from Army of the Pharaohs, and Adlib from Battle Axe Warriors for a month long tour across the country.
Andrew Bigs is also very active at giving back within the community of San Jose working with Silicon Valley De-Bug, an organization that coordinates social justice campaigns to advance the rights of youth, workers, immigrants and those impacted by the criminal justice system. Bigs also is a documentary filmmaker having produced the feature film “Exodus From The Jungle”, a film that chronicles the closing of one of the country’s largest homeless encampments located in the heart of Silicon Valley.
March 26 – Los Angeles, CA @ DSR Studios
April 2nd – Santa Cruz Hip Hop Festival @ Camp Krem in Boulder Creek, CA
April 21st – Cupertino, CA @ De Anza College
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