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.
"Bittersweet Symphony" by The Verve samples an obscure orchestral arrangement of the 1965 Rolling Stones song "The Last Time." The Verve had to sign away most of the royalties before they could release the song.