Lucky 13 with Big G


“Style. Vibe. Attitude.”  The unanimous description of a debut EP that challenged modern production trends and musical aesthetics. “Formula G” materialized into more than just a direction or a philosophy, it became a pathway to freedom. The creation of Big G reawakened a frontier of natural instinct and divine excellence. Nurturing a new craving for true rock n roll, Big G quenched a need for loud, raw satisfaction with a vigorous new release. Side G is a graphic entity of enormous impact beyond the limits of physical form. It has bred a new, potent demographic that has branded itself Generation G.

Big G gave NMG a bit of their time to do our Lucky 13 and here’s what we got …

What was the first song you ever performed?

The Fugues. Entire known catalog.

Did you come from a musical background?

No. The background was a hospital room. 

What are your musical influences?

The chanting of The Templar.  

How do you balance your music career with your other obligations in life?

We stop paying attention to our other obligations.


What would be your advice to artists that are new to the touring circuit?

Make your problems everyone’s problem. That’s how things get done.

How would you describe your music to someone that has never heard you before?

Power Soul.

If you had to describe your music in three or four words, what would you call it?

Bigfinger meets Pleasure P meets Bruddah Cobrah. 




Someone once said write what you would want to perform over and over. With that in mind, what song do you love to perform the most?

“Every Little Piece” by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn.  

What personal advice would you give to someone wanting to pursue this career?


Who does most of the songwriting?

 The Fugues

If you could perform with anyone in the world – either dead, alive, or broke up – who would it be? 


If you had only five minutes on earth to perform one song that could leave a great impact on the world today, what song would you perform and why did you choose this particular piece?

Its My Party And I’ll Cry If I Want To” by Leslie Gore. You tell me.

Do you currently have an agent, endorsement, record label, sponsor, etc?

Burton St. (Studio/Label), Tokyo Jones Management

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