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Friday, October 09, 2020

Big Mike - "Heavy In The Hood (ft. Hussein Fatal & Big Syke)" [Hip-Hop]

Heavy In The Hood (ft. Hussein Fatal & Big Syke)

"Heavy In The Hood (ft. Hussein Fatal & Big Syke)" music video by Big Mike
Added: 09-10-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Big Mike - “Heavy In The Hood” ft. Hussein Fatal & Big Syke (Official Music Video)

Elder Entertainment, LLC drops the new single with the Legendary Big Mike of Ghetto Boys. The video is directed by Dr. Teeth and the song features fallen legends Hussein Fatal, and Big Syke of The Outlawz in some of their final material. Nawfside Outlaw and Legendary West Coast Rapper Spice 1 make cameo appearances in the video, as well IG Model Vero. The song is produced by Ace 1 and Elder and will be available on all platforms soon.

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A member of the divergent Rap-A-Lot Records family, based in Houston, Big Mike (aka Michael Banks) first made his name with the Geto Boys. Members Scarface and Bushwick Bill hired him to take the place of Willie D. after a fallout within the group. Mike appeared on the 1993 album Uncut Dope, and began his solo career one year later with Somethin' Serious, recorded for Rap-A-Lot. When the label signed a deal with Virgin, Big Mike moved as well. His second album, Still Serious, hit the Top 20 upon release in April 1997. Hard to Hit appeared two years later but soon Big Mike announced he was unhappy with the album and took an extended break. The break lasted until 2005 when he returned with Naw'lins Phats on the Blackstone label.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Big Mike

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