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Big Zeeks Bio
Hailing from the heart of Harlesden North West London, Big Z...eeks (real name Ezekiel) discovered early on in life where his passion truly lay. Born to Jamaican parents, Ezekiel grew up exposed to an array of the Island’s finest musical exports including Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Peter Tosh and Garnet Silk to name a few. Little did Ezekiel know, this would contribute to the artist we know as Big Zeeks today.
Attributing his style to Jamaican artists like Super Cat and drawing inspiration from likes the of Gappy Ranks and the late Anthony Robinson, known to many as Tubby T.
“My Style isn’t just dancehall, I have a one-away, energetic and unique sound, I am the definition of UK DANCEHALL”
Moving forward Big Zeeks has proggessed as an artist in the reggae dancehall scene as well as being a DJ&Sound Engineer , performing at many shows around the uk and the world spreading his positive energy and great perfomance skills with big song releases entitled ‘YO’ , ‘It’s A Lot Of Money’, ‘Ya Unnastand’, ‘HAPPY featuring stylo g & d double e’ Also Features on the Hood Celebrity’s official ‘Walking Trophy Remix’
Listen:Big Zeeks - Happy
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Asian Dancehall Queen
With a sound inspired by black music, A...s a feminist, she promotes a realistic message that people are beautiful just as they are and should live life how they want.
Her single "Choose Me / Melon Soda" released in 2017 became a hot topic, gaining her over 3 million views on YouTube and the number one spot on the iTunes Japanese chart.
This gained her recognition on tv and radio, and she was chosen by staff on the Fuji TV music show, as the most anticipated upcoming artist, distinguishing herself in the Japanese street scene as the first ever indie artist to be chosen on the show.
In 2018 she released "Heels" and "NO BRA!" Even on stage she holds the power to stun her audience with her words, and has support from women all over the world for being a "strong woman".
In 2019, her activities moved her to relocate to LA, where she released "KETSUFURE -Japanese Twerk-“
After an American woman posted the video on Twitter with the caption "I can‘t believe that japan got their own twerk anthem", the video accumulated over 2M views on Twitter. After going viral, it was even picked up on the NY Heavy Hitters by HOT 97’s DJs.