Atlanta has always been hailed as the “Motown of the South” so there is no question why Big Boyz Music has flourished here. Transformed from Big Boyz Records established in 1993 in Blytheville, Arkansas, Big Boyz Music was founded in ATL in 2005. Under producers George “DJ M$ney” Davis and John “JiZZLE” Brown, Big Boyz Music has built a solid online presence. Their successes include opening for D4L’s Shawty Lo at Club Euro, producer battles with legendary acts such as Big Fruit, Cutt, and JaWar, and having a feature at Scores ATL hosted by Redd Dread of Atlanta’s #1 hip-hop station, “HOT 107.9”. Their accomplishments don’t stop there. Having embraced the fast-paced industries’ evolution, they landed a previous endorsement with Open Labs, a thriving, computer music technology company in 2008. Big Boyz Music’s collaboration with Virginia artist Noah-O on the track “I Got It” brought them radio airplay, mentions in Protégé and Ozone magazines, increased exposure via YouTube, and broadcast of their compositions on MTV Jams. Their latest projects include the release of “Back To Business, Volume 20,” and “The Leak” which are currently on digital shelves like iTunes, CD Baby and Play Music. Production work for JiZZLE’s debut mixtape “Identity Crisis” went on to see over 5,000 downloads across major streaming networks such as DatPiff and SoundCloud.

“We’ve seen our music and ideas in motion and how it motivates people. We want the world to be inspired when they hear Big Boyz Music.” JiZZLE says.


Our goal is to provide that same appreciation to our artists and staff who are grinding and investing time and money in themselves and Big Boyz Music.