Big Momma About
Unifying alternative themes with heavy rap flow that can go toe to tow with rap legends like Eminem and Busta Rhymes; Big Momma is a force unlike any other within the LBGTQ+ community. Encroaching the rap game in a unique way by combining elements of horror, sexual prowess, and ball room culture in ways never-before-seen in the music landscape.
In 2013, Big Momma made headlines across hip-hop publications when dropping his first mixtape, Mommie Dearest – a first of its kind in the genre of rap with its allusions to serial killers and declarations of self bravado, the subject matter demanded its audience to fall in line. In 2014, the follow-up release, The Plague, propelled Big Momma’s name high among the pioneers of alternative rappers who utilized social media to create visibility. At a time when body positivism was not as mainstream as is currently, Big Momma has been ahead of the curve by grabbing the focal lens and spotlight to make sure the world’s eyes were on his message of self empowerment since the beginning of his career.
In November 2018, the Floridian rapper announced his debut studio album, MILF, with the lead single “No Fats, No Femmes” featuring CupcakKe. The track was met with universal praise from Billboard Pride which resulted in 100k+ streams across streaming platforms, MILF showcased a remarkable polish in Big Momma’s craft with music journalists describing it as the modern queer coming of age experience.