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A rapper hailing not from an inner city, but rather the quiet suburbs of Cambridge, BiG HEATH is not only comfortable with being different, he embraces it, delivering rhymes that veer from the well-trodden ground of the ‘road’. His realness and sensitivity is clear to see within the introspective lyrical content, tackling vulnerability with surprising candour.​

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A rapper hailing not from an inner city, but rather the quiet suburbs of Cambridge, BiG HEATH is not only comfortable with being different, he embraces it, delivering rhymes that veer from the well-trodden ground of the ‘road’. His realness and sensitivity is clear to see within the introspective lyrical content, tackling vulnerability with surprising candour.​

On the Lonely EP, Big Heath says, "I wrote it as an introduction to the game. I wanted to make a statement to the world that you shouldn’t judge a book its cover. The way I’ve presented Lonely embodies everything I want to represent – I want people to believe in themselves and break the mould. I’ve opened up about my family and my life up to this point, I wanted to set the scene and let people know my plan. "

Having first started rapping at the age of 10 – when he realised it helped him overcome his stutter - BiG HEATH got his first break in 2017 when he was booked for notable support slots with Nas and Freddie Gibbs.

Keeping up the momentum this year, BiG HEATH opened the main stage at Wireless – brought out by Semtex – and performed on the Radio 1Xtra stage at Reading & Leeds Festival.

“When he opened Wireless Festival this year, it was legendary! He shut it down harddd! This guy is a beast on the mic, this guy is a beast live on stage.” DJ SEMTEX

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Rap