Bigal Harrison is in a race to become a legend. The mass communications major emerged from New York’s Sullivan County to earn a track scholarship to Virginia Commonwealth University, but Bigal’s ultimate goal is to stamp his name among the list of celebrated emcees.
The Harlem born artist first fell in love with Hip Hop in 2003 after hearing 50 Cent’s classic album Get Rich or Die Tryin’. Other East Coast rap icons such as Ma$e, DMX, Wu-Tang Clan, Jay Z, and Nas provided inspiration for the aspiring rhymer to pick up a microphone as well.
Not many artists are one in a generation, but Bigal Harrison has a special touch when it comes to making Hip-Hop music. The prolific Harlem-born emcee returns with a full-length album called, "BIG." This is the follow up to his 2019 nostalgic release, "Bintage," which has gained over 200,000 streams throughout all DSPs and over 33,000 views on YouTube with his videos for "Niggas Know", "IDK", and the Michael Millions featured "Awareness." After the loss of both of his parents within a short period of time, Bigal put his pain towards his music and created a dynamic project.