About Big Kee
Big Kee is a newcomer to the game who will have a lot to contribute in the future years. Halling from DC Dodge County, Georgia, he’s ready to reach out to fans with his catchy lyrics. His image, which was influenced by artists such as JT Money, Zero, Webbie, and others, clearly depicts the NBT. He produces an image of the possibilities to be persuaded or to make your own decisions with his latest effort, “I Was Told.” Check out his interview with DSHH below.
Introduce yourself and tell us what’s the significance of your name?
“My government is Darrion Marquis Dixon. My whole life my mama called me Marquis so that’s what I went by. Picked up the nickname Big Kee dealing with touchdowns coming straight from my family.”
What city do you hail from?
“Straight out the country, DC Dodge County, Eastman, GA. 31023.”
How are you going to approach the game as an artist?
“I’m going to continue to build my brand, paint my picture. Painting my own picture got me where I’m at now.
Big Kee continued with, “Continuing to be me recognizing the God that I am while showing the Gods and Goddesses around me that it’s ok to be ourselves and that we should build each other up and not tear each other down.”
Who are some of the artists and producers you’ve worked with for your new music?
Big Kee then told us all the artists he’s collaborated with including, “OG Drama, Ville G Beats, Taliban, and Phresh Briscoe.”
Whom would you say are your greatest influences in music today?
“JT Money, Zero, Pimp C & Bun B, Webbie, Trick Daddy, Otis Redding, Sir Charles Jones, and Al Green”, were artists that inspired Big Kee.
What are you bringing new to the game for the culture?
“It seems that the culture is lost so being myself and putting myself out on front street as the God that I am for my brothers and sisters to realize that this is our world and that it’s OK to lead the way.”
Explain your new single and what’s your current project?
“My newest single, “I Was Told” deals with your mind-state and choices to be persuaded or make your own decisions. My current project, “Hush,” speaks on the generational opportunity and coming from nothing but wanting everything.”
So with the climate of today’s artists using ghostwriters, would you use any, and have you done any for any artists out there now?
”I’m not going to knock ghostwriters but for them to tell my story, I would have to tell it to them and that wouldn’t be ghostwriting. Would it?”
“I haven’t done any for other artists.”
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