Big B
Big B I'm a white trash renegade tryin' ta get some airplay. Still rulin' the underground you bitches. The official suburban noize heavyweight...an original member of the spade brigade.

The white trash renegade is back and ready to give his detractors a gigantic middle finger with the release of his third studio album, “More To Hate,” which is due in stores August 28, 2007.

“I'm at a good place in my life right now,” says Big B. “I've came a long way in the past few years, but I have no plans of stopping and I hope this album lets people know that. You still get the classic Big B on this album but you will also get to hear some stuff you wouldn't think I would ever do or didn't know I could do."

“More To Hate” is the highly anticipated third studio album from the Las Vegas heavyweight. The album features guest appearances by some of the hottest hip-hop acts including Cypress Hill's Sen Dog, Tech N9ne, Kottonmouth Kings, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Danny Diablo and Dirtball.

"I went at this album a little different this time, as I had the opportunity to just go in to the studio and do some songs with real musicians. Previously I've always just found a beat I liked and went with it but this time I got to really make it the way I heard it in my mind,” says the Las Vegas heavyweight. “Songs like ‘White Trash Life,' ‘On the Road,' and ‘Pennies' would have never come out the way they did if we just programmed the beats. I also didn't feel the pressure I felt on my last two albums, because I don't think I have anything to prove anymore. I just want to make good music that makes me happy and if people like it that's definitely a big plus.”

The album's debut single “White Trash Life” has already become one of the most requested songs on Sirius Satellite Radio FACTION channel and has earned him fans worldwide like Australian pro-skater Jason Ellis.

"I felt we needed an anthem for white trash America and I'm proud to be the one to do it," says Big B about the creation of his new single. "The sound may have changed a bit but my message is still the same white trash is the life for me!"

“More To Hate” is the follow-up to 2005's “ White Trash Renegade,” which helped propel Big B into one of the hottest underground sensations in the world of hip-hop. “ White Trash Renegade” would quickly one of the best selling releases on Suburban Noize Records, home of California's Kottonmouth Kings and (hed)p.e , while landing him high profile tours with Kottonmouth Kings, Shaggy 2 Dope, and Kingspade.

In addition to his exploding music career, 2006 brought a whirlwind of media attention when Big B became one of the cast members of the A&E hit television series INKED . The show quickly become one of the hottest shows on television and one of A&E's top three rated programs. INKED focuses on the Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company, located in the lovely Las Vegas Palms Casino Resort, owned by freestyle motocross champ Carey Hart.

“I've known Carey and been friends with him and the rest of the guys at the shop for years,” says Big B. “When I'm not touring and concentrating on making my music I'm usually down at Hart & Huntington helping and hanging out.”

Big B kicked off the touring cycle for “More To Hate” in style on the first annual Strange Noize Tour along with Tech N9ne, (Hed)p.e and Kottonmouth Kings. The tour went on to became one of 2007's biggest concert grossing tours and saw Big B garner even more fans for the white trash renegade's grassroots underground movement.

With an explosive new album, high profile tours and a top rated television show, Big B shows no signs of slowing down, which will surely give his detractors even “More To Hate.”