Big Rigg and Lele Pearls team up for the big and impressive new hip-hop tune “Turn My Back On You,” which has a natural effect and classic rap vibes.
Big Rigg is an American-German hip-hop artist who grew up in San Francisco, California. He moved to Vienna, Austria, during the Covid pandemic. Big Rigg is a self-taught musician and has been making music since he was a teenager. Big Rigg’s music is a mix of hip hop and rap, and he cites influences from both American and German music cultures. He is an independent artist, self-releasing all of his music himself.
With this inventive and deliberate new track from Big Rigg and Lele Pearls, the genre’s aesthetic is recrafted with heavy sound design and raw, focused lyrical outpourings.
“Turn My Back On You” has a nostalgic setup with a straightforward melody, a powerful bass line, and a beat that sporadically kicks in. This makes it feel like it’s sucking you in as its verses stream through with a web of references hazily connected to the main story. It strengthens the hustle or work ethic at the core of the song by projecting a certain level of character and confidence.
As “Turn My Back On You” takes root, the style proves to be a genuine calling card, the voice recognizable. As it meets the tone of the voice, the music is different this time, rap-style and a little more cheerful and hip-hop-inspired.
“Turn My Back On You,” as passionate as ever and instantly memorable the first time around, feels like a purposeful hip-hop single regardless of the surface-level meanings. This is due to Big Rigg and Lele Pearls’ dedication to the moment, their flow variety, and the emotive, immersive character of the production.
“Turn My Back On You” is yet another rebellious gem from Big Rigg’s collection, a profoundly captivating, enveloping blend of audio and performance that begs for repeat listens despite its brief but powerful existence.