Biig Piig has shared a brand new track!
The London-based singer and rapper Biig Piig - aka Jess Smyth - released her first EP, the excellently titled ‘Big Fan Of The Sesh’, a mix of jazz-y hip hop and neo-soul beats with witty lyrical observations last year. She also released new track ‘Raze’, offering a preview of EP number two, last month.
New track ‘Nothing Changes is, according to Jess, “about falling into a pattern and not being able to break it - like wanting to start fresh and change your path for the sake of yourself and person you love, but finding yourself in the same place with the same end result. Like a shitty version of Groundhog Day.”
She’s also just announced her latest headline show will take place at Village Underground on 19th March - tickets are on-sale now.
Listen to ‘Nothing Changes’ below.
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It features February’s ‘Nothing Changes’.