About B.I.G. Fella
Overcoming adversity due to a serious car accident, B.I.G. Fella had an epiphany about life. He decided to pray more and take his god given talents more serious. He invested into himself by buying studio equipment and he began to teach himself how to compose music without writing lyrics down and learned audio engineering. Creating a buzz on the mixtape scene, B.I.G. Fella’s popularity grew. Since, he has adopted the name "Walkin Sim Card",he received an overwhelming response from rappers from the east coast to down south, for features. Having his own studio allowed him to knock out features left and right at a rapid pace. He has worked with artist from New York to North Carolina. In June 2011, he dropped his first official mixtape "Instrumental Graveyard" hosted by DJ Gus from Buffalo, NY. The project received a lot of notoriety over the internet. In Sept. 2011, he dropped his first EP, "The Patron Theory". The project itself received good feedback. In Nov. 2011, he won the 4th & Goal Records Open Mic Takeover Competition. In Feb. 2012, he collaborated with another local rapper and childhood friend, Young Ridge on the "Up For Grabs" Mixtape. In May 2012, B.I.G. Fella won the DMV Rising Stars Press case II Event. He also won a slot to be on the Coast 2 Coast Mixtape hosted by the Bay Area legend, Too Short. He has participated in the Coast 2 Coast DMV Industry Mixer. Prominent in the DMV music industry, B.I.G. Fella has been featured on a host of internet radio shows like, Wide Open Radio, DMV Talks Radio and the Eddie Kayne Show.