Hard work and perseverance are just two of the many qualities that separate Southern Soul icon Bigg Robb from his peers. With over two decades of successful concert appearances and recordings, it’s obvious upon first listening to his latest release, Vintage, that Bigg Robb works hard, so he can play even harder!
A key contributor to the growth of the Southern Soul genre, Bigg Robb, is a music industry vet, successful businessman, and a highly sought-after live performer who performs nine months out of the year on stages, clubs, coliseums, and state fairs.
A lively entertainer, Bigg Robb is an experience, and his latest album, Vintage is a vibe! Vintage is a collection of feel-good music, soulful riffs, and Midwest funk with heartfelt lyrics celebrating the beauty and resilience of Black culture for all ages. Throughout the whole project, Bigg Robb’s playfulness and inherent funk grooves are balanced by his seasoned smooth vocals whether spoken or sung.
Highlights from the album include the title track,“Vintage,” “Get My Groove” on ft Charlie Wilson,“Happy Hour” and “Black Woman Magic.” Get a designated driver and fill your shot glass to the brim dancing to the fun-loving, “Happy Hour.”  The title track and video for “Vintage” recall the realness of classic soul music sure to become a theme song for the over-35 grown folks who are keeping it sexy.

Black Woman Magic” is a slow-burning ballad with a lush orchestration that celebrates Black Love and honors the strength, beauty, and resilience of Black women.  For the big sexy men, there’s “Belly On Ya,” the big man’s national anthem! At a recent concert, women were ready to risk it all, excited to be up close and personal with the self-described “Best Looking Fat Man in Show Business.” When you get together with your family for the BBQ, there’s the funky remix of “Backyard,” that you can step to!

Beginning his Southern Soul career at Jackson Mississippi’s Malaco Records, Bigg Robb has written and produced over 30 albums in the genre. He composed the viral sensation “Hell To The Naw Naw” by Bishop Bullwinkle which has nearly 90 million YouTube views. Many other Bigg Robb compositions continue to grow with over 50 million YouTube views and streams to date
“I’ve been here for a while, and I’m not tired I’m inspired! My experiences set me apart from many of my contemporaries,” shares Bigg Robb.  “Southern Soul music is elevating at an accelerating pace and as one of its major players I feel blessed to be able to add The Bigg Robb swag and funk into it.” Check out the “Who Is Bigg Robb” documentary!
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