Big Season Muzik was born Keyon Tahji-Qasim Spearman in Clinton, North Carolina on January 29, 1997. He was diagnosed with autism at the age of 5. He grew up listening to a lot of music artists, like EPMD, Timbaland, Cheap Trick, Danity Kane, Dru Hill, Jimi Hendrix, R. Kelly, Bob Marley and more.
In late 2013, Big Season Muzik began recording underground, mainstream-oriented songs like "Al Capone", "Clubbin'" and more until he scrap them all. Later, Big Season Muzik began recording his debut mixtape, Lifetime Adventures, in December 2013 and released it in May 30, 2014. The mixtape later became known for the infamous underground hit, "Demolition" , which features frequent collaborator / LastGEN member, FlowMost.
A month later, he dropped a sequel to the mixtape titled "the Second Coming" and the mixtape is also known for his biggest song ever, "Sunflower" (which had a remix featuring the late R&B songstress Aaliyah), "Infidelity" , which has a Drake-esque sound, the High School Musical 2 sampled track "Fabulous" (featuring Ashley Tisdale in the beginning of the song) and a cover version of Biz Markie's "Vapors" (which made him the second rapper to remake the song, the first rapper to do that was Snoop Dogg).
A month after that , Big Season Muzik released the third Lifetime Adventures installment titled "the Final Travel" and the mixtape is known for his gospel anthem "Heaven" and his remix version of Danity Kane's "Lemonade". After releasing the mixtapes on Bandcamp and DatPiff, Big Season Muzik released the thirty-six track collection of the Lifetime Adventures mixtapes on YouTube in July 27, 2014.
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I credited Erick Sermon, DJ Premier, Timbaland and J Dilla as his influences as a producer. I also credited Scarface, Tupac Shakur, Nas, DMX, KRS-One, Redman and Parrish Smith as a rapper.
Electric keyboard, turntable, drum machine