Game Is Callin Me
Big Cleve BIO Ever since the beginnings of hip hop there has always been that 1 rapper who would storm into the local club on rap night and stun the crowd with a 3 to 4 minute sample of destroying a break beat or the hottest new track in the industry. Most of these scenarios would take place in the hottest clubs on the East or West coast. Now that hip hop has spread to every end of the earth, we find ourselves picking up new styles and trends from all kinds of areas. After searching high and low for that new trend in hip hop, it was only our travels to the deepest routes of Ohio on the streets Stark County, a small area of only 80,000 home to the Professional Football Hall Of Fame, we have found the next heir to the thrown of hip hop. Big Cleve, the newest addition to Ohio's list of hit making Mc's such as Bone thugs and Harmony and Bow Wow. B.C. has the rap savvy of an old school hip hop head and the sound of a new wave rap artist. With his strong vocal impact, mastered delivery and influential topics, I am sure this is one artist that will prove to be a major record labels driving force. Since the early stages of his underground career B.C. has encountered numerous battles with Mc's as well as rocking in front of crowds of thousands of people. With as many underground hits (Blow, Walk With the Gods, Throw ya Gunz up) as this Mc has you would think that he would have already signed that million dollar deal, but nope, we are glad to inform you the man is still unsigned and hungry for that major artist, label and distribution deal so he can unleash his recently finished debut album, The Game Is Calling Me. Featuring the hit songs, Supastar, The Industry, Imagine, Rich Girl, Call U Back and many more. This album done with a very small budget and by himself, is one of the best all around freshman solo albums you could listen to . B.C. aka Big Cleve better known as Edwin C. Cleveland is definitely a big hitter when it comes to covering a track, especially those metaphorical head nodding, trunk rattling tracks that need those hard core vocals and continuous dart spitting delivery that makes most hip hop heads stop the CD and replay a line over and over again. In 2006-2007 I'm sure we will be hearing more and more of this unsigned hip hop hype.