This guy is someone that I have known for over 20 years. I met him back in the '90s, when he was touring with Roger Troutman and Zapp. When I moved to Lake Charles, he was one of the first people I reached out to. He had just produced a song for another friend of mine, Mel Waiters, who was doing well on the radio and I knew we had to reconnect.

A few years later, Zapp came to Lake Charles and I brought Bigg Robb back to the station. We talked about his career and what he was doing, and it started from there. Along the way, I gave him a few ideas that came to fruition and really helped to propel his name in the industry and pushed his career even further.

This Saturday, I will be debuting his latest single on Magic 92.1, but I wanted to drop the video for you today. Check out his latest, Evidence, that is going to be one for the summer.

You know you have known someone for a while when you realize you're so comfortable being around them that you don't have any photos to show. I definitely have to change that the next time I see Bigg Robb.

Be on the lookout for the new album he promises to be out in June. Also, make sure you're listening to Magic 92.1 for the new single this weekend.

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