Big Conspiracy

Album: Big Conspiracy (2020)
Charted: 19

Songfacts®:

  • They wanna judge me from what they heard I do
    It's a big conspiracy


    J Hus spent four months in jail in 2018-19 after being arrested for carrying a knife in public. The rapper used his days in prison profitably, devouring a selection of literary, historical, scientific, and cultural tomes. On Big Conspiracy we see a more mature J Hus. There is less glorifying of violence and more thoughtful reflections on current society.

    This R&B-flavored, defiant cut is a case in point, as the London musician reflects on the nature of infamy and the need to look inside your soul for guidance.
  • There is a contribution at the end of the track by the little-known artist 'iceè tgm', who fans speculated is J Hus's sister. The rumors originated from rapper Keys the Prince, after he posted a video from iceè tgm's Instagram of her performing with the caption: "J Hus sister can rap too!!! Like rap rap!!! It's long for the game! iceè tgm."
  • Iceè tgm also features on the Big Conspiracy track "Helicopter."
  • No Conspiracy debuted at #1 on the UK album chart, becoming J Hus' first chart-topping long player.

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