Big Hud "Da Heavyweight"

Big Hud "Da Heavyweight"

 Dallas, Texas, USA
BandHip Hop

Big Hud is an extremely talented artist from Dallas, Tx who has put out some great music over the past few years. It can be described as a good mixture of urban hip hop with some lyrical substance added in. Consistency has been a huge part of his success & there is plenty more to come.


Hailing from Dallas, a phenomenal artist by the name of Big Hud “Da Heavyweight” is steadily emerging as a fixture in today's music industry’s. Over the last few years Big Hud has had success with singles such as “Smell My Cologne” ft. Shady/Interscope recording artist Yelawolf. Also a smooth track “Summertime Ish” ft. Currensy which created a strong buzz, and a video that earned regular rotation on MTV Jams . Big Hud has opened for many major artists across the country such as Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Currensy, and Rittz just to name a few.

Big Hud has earned a reputation as one of the hardest working consistent indie artist around, but The Dallas, TX native has worked with signed major artists such as Currensy, Yelawolf, Cyhi Da Prynce, Rittz, and Snow Tha Product. Big Hud has been a road warrior teaveling doing shows, and appearances throughout the country creating an organic cult like fan following through the underground rap scene. During his career he has provided his fans with 5 full projects/mixtapes along with 2 EP’s, and his own Pandora Station. Big Hud is also an All Hip Hop Breeding Ground Artist alumni. Last year those accomplishments earned Big Hud a distribution deal with RBC Records/E1 Entertainment where he will release his debut album “Almost Home”.

Recently Big Hud collaborated with Oakland rapper Beeda Weeda for a group project titled “ The Calm Before The Storm”. The lead single for the project "The Booty Club" is spreading rapidly, and the video has gone viral on countless blogs. Aside from that Big Hud will be releasing more projects of his own & doing more touring leading up to the release of his debut album. Its fair to say that its just a matter of time before Big Hud becomes a household name, and makes a permanent spot in the world of music.