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At 6’2 280lbs, blue-eyed reggae sensation known as “Bigga Staar” would grab the attention of any room, even if he weren’t holding a mic. “Bigga” who has been dubbed the “Eminem of Dancehall Reggae” works the stage with enough energy to captivate any audience. As the opening act at for touring artists such as the L.L. Cool J, Trick Daddy just to name a few as well as a featured act at February’s Bob Marley Festival, “Bigga” silenced the critics, excited the fans, and surprised fellow entertainers when he took the stage and rocked the mic with his hardcore high octane style of pulsating dancehall music. Influenced by such artists as Capelton, Bounty Killer, and Shabba Ranks, Bigga represents the new generation of reggae and dancehall. In the past decade Bigga has had several International releases that were distributed by both Madacy Records as well as AV8 Records and has collaborated with many of Reggae music’s tops acts such as Tanya Stephens, Edi Fitzroy, Turbulence, Ward 21, Cecile, The Melody Makers, The Reggae Rockers, Sugar Black, Lehbanchuleh, Innocent Crew and several others. These collaborations can be purchased in records stores as well as online and found on albums such as; 8 Best of Reggae, 12 Best of Reggae, 20 Best of Reggae, Blowin in the Wind, Here Comes the Sun, Ultimate Reggae Box set as well as multiple means of digital download. Over the past 6 years Bigga has re-introduced his branding as not just a dancehall artist but a well-seasoned Singjay incorporating both Roots & Culture as well as Lovers Rock into his arsenal. In addition Bigga has well seeded roots into the Houston TX Music Scene where he has joined forces with Houston local legend D.R.U.M. (Divine Rhythm United Motion) 14 time HPMA winners. In 2011 Bigga and D.R.U.M. released their first single “Answers” which stayed on the top 20 Billboard Charts for a period of 13 weeks. With this merger of musical focus Bigga has established himself as a successful promoter with ongoing events such as the Reggae Rhythm Revival which takes place at The last Concert Café in Houston TX the last Friday of every month for a period of 2 years and has even developed an on- going array of clients who utilize Bigga’s talents as a Vocal Engineer and Producer. Even through all his success, Bigga remains humble in his craft and considers himself a student of the trade. As Bigga continues to grow both spiritually and professionally his efforts to uplift reggae music reaches not just through Houston TX but to the world.