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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (September 2010) Bigg Jus Also known as Bigg Justoleum Lune TNS Origin New York City, United States Genres Hip Hop Occupations Lyricist Years active 1993–present Labels Definitive Jux SubVerse Big Dada Mush Associated acts Company Flow NMS Bigg Jus (also known as Bigg Justoleum or Lune TNS) is an American hip hop artist from New York City, formerly a member of Company Flow along with Mr. Len and El-P. After the late-1990s breakup of Company Flow, Bigg Jus formed the now defunct Sub Verse Music and began to pursue his solo career. Graffiti is a common theme in his lyrics as he used to be a graffiti artist himself. Bigg Jus moved to Atlanta, where he continued his musical career with his self-produced EP Plantation Rhymes. Moving on to the creation of his LP, he put together an album known as Black Mamba Serums, but in the wake of the Sept. 11 incidents he pulled the album just before its release unsatisfied with its content. Jus went back to the studio and recreated the album more to his liking. He released this version as Black Mamba Serums v. 2.0. Just to prove a point to his listeners, he included the original album mp3s as bonus content. In late 2005, Bigg Jus combined with long-time friend Big Bear to produce Poor People's Day, which was released on Mush Records. In early 2006, Bigg Jus said that he and El-P were working on a new Company Flow album to be released later in the year.[1] He is also a member of hip-hop group NMS Nephlim Modulation Systems, along with Orko Elohiem. Both solo and with NMS, Jus has released records on the Big Dada label. References ^ Orange County Weekly - Sleepers Awake! Persondata Name Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to hip hop music in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e