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by Big Vigor The Grizzly

If you like variety, this is the album for you. This is a blend of raw lyrics and song making ability. Covers all spectrums of what hip hop albums used to be.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Thats How I Feel
Big Vigor
1:28 $0.99
2. I'm Here Now
Big Vigor
3:04 $0.99
3. Talkin Tough
Big Vigor
3:52 $0.99
4. Very Special
Big Vigor
3:39 $0.99
5. Mama Can You Hear Me
Big Vigor
3:29 $0.99
6. I Gotcha
Big Vigor
3:12 $0.99
7. I Gots To Be
Big Vigor
3:35 $0.99
8. Be True
Big Vigor
4:07 $0.99
9. Thinkin of You
Big Vigor
4:06 $0.99
10. In Love Wit My Bread
Big Vigor
3:46 $0.99
11. Goin The Distance
Big Vigor
2:37 $0.99
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Album Notes
Hailing from his small town of Florence, South Carolina, Big Vigor definitely puts the stereotype of all southern rappers are the same to rest. Being only 18, this big boy is tearing up every track thrown at him, and he's still just warming up. With a lyrical style like no other, the Grizzly is ready to take on anything.

Born and raised on all sides of his small town, Vigor came from a destitute background that was strongly rooted in the church. Breaking away from the mold that was set for him, he began experimenting with rapping at the young age of 13. Writing and sharpening his skill, and by the time he was 15, he, along with his broter joined a local rap group called Money and Murder under the name, Young Phillie. Soon, he was wrecking freestyles, compilation CDs, and doing shows in local clubs, gaining respect of people across his city, in the streets, as well as on the mic. Soon there after, controversey amongst members caused the group to disassemble. With major respect from his city under his belt, Young Phillie knew this was his time to step out of the background and get what was his himself. He is known across his city of having a lyrical and vigorous style making his words flow together in a song. Now, under the name of Big Vigor, he and his brother started doing shows, freestyle and compilation CDs theirselves, and as their skills grew, people began telling them they were "Tyrants" on the mic. It wasnt long before Tyrant Entertainment was a name that followed them both.

Now, at the age of 18, still keepin their roots, Big Vigor and his brother, Rokkz, are working hard on projects to take their skill to the next level. Now dubbed the "Carolina Messiah," Big Vigor tha Grizzly is ready to shake his streets with "Pound 4 Pound," and they are eagerly awaiting the day he will
erupt with an earthquake.

Phone: (843) 260-1943
AIM: Encornelious
AIM: Big843Vigor
Y!M: Big843Vigorth Caro



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young -goddy

i got 2 be.....
look man i'm a letchoo know simply on that one cut got 2 be.....phew..... thats the murder joint right there.....i felt like i heard before, but was enjoying on a whole new level.....unh hunh!

Lil D

This dude is off the chain!
Yo, I heard this dude spit on track 1, 6 and 7 and I never heard anything like it, SERIOUSLY. I never heard ANY cat put words together like Vigor can. Just by randomly picking these three songs, I can guarantee that the whole CD is off the charts as far as lyrics AND beats go. This dude is hard as hard can be. I had to give it a 5.


Be True
Be True... Man, is Big Vigor lyrical! There wasnt an offbeat time where he didnt say what was needed to say. I know alot of people that'd ride to this track. Its real, he DEFINITELY spit BEYOND hard on it, and he said more than enough. From my perspective, I think its hard for a rapper to put their true feelings in a song and make a whole verse rhyme together at the same time, mainly because I've never heard it done before. But he did it so efforlessly. If he doesnt have a record deal, somebody sign Big Vigor QUICK!

The Tracks he absolutely ripped:
Talkin Tough ft. Rokkz (both of them boys are hard as hell)
Very Special
I Gotcha
I Gots To Be
Be True
Thinkin of You
In Love Wit My Bread
Goin the Distance

Not to say that the others were mediocre, they're all hot!