Big Angelus is a hip-hop/rap artist from Boston, Massachusetts brandishing a style with high caliber wordplay, catchy hooks, and incredible presence. From 2006 to 2012, Big Angelus has released four solo projects: The Catalog: issue I, Welcome 2 The Hundred, RUSSO, and Capricorn KING. Combined, these four releases has managed over 400,000 units downloaded worldwide, as well as countless physical copies distributed in the United States. From 2013 to 2015, Big Angelus has featured on a number of songs by other artists, and is set to release a new project mid 2017.
The only thing that comes close to rivaling Big Angelus’ artistry, is his philanthropy work in the community. Big Angelus has been known to volunteer his time working with children at community centers, helping with homework, general learning and being a positive role model in their lives. Big Angelus’ generosity is not just limited to volunteering his time, as he is no stranger in giving donations to particular charitable causes.
Big Angelus’ third release titled “RUSSO,” which is named after his alternative persona, was the first to be released under his “Black Corona Entertainment.” During the fourth quarter of 2010 spilling into the first quarter of 2011, shortly after releasing the title, Big Angelus climbed the charts on “mp3.com,” leading as #1 for 10 consecutive weeks.
Since releasing his first two solo projects, “The Catalog” and “Welcome 2 the Hundred,” Big Angelus has had songs placed on nationwide top 10 download charts, has had his first two releases nominated for best hip-hop album of the year in regional music awards, and has been placed on other hip-hop charts contending with major, independent and unsigned artists.
Not only having reached many people in countries such as Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Russia and others throughout the world with his music, Big Angelus has also been involved in producing/co-producing, and songwriting for other artists, as well as dabbling in the independent film industry.
Big Angelus is now gearing up to release his next project, “The Waters,” mid 2017. Its is said that “The Waters” will be more musical than his prior works and heavily concentrated on the art of witty wordplay.