|Also known as||Bigg Justoleum, Lune TNS|
|Origin||New York City, New York, United States|
|Genres||Indie hip hop|
|Labels||Definitive Jux, Sub Verse Music, Big Dada, Mush Records|
|Associated acts||Company Flow, Nephlim Modulation Systems|
Justin Ingleton, better known by his stage name Bigg Jus, is an American alternative hip hop artist from New York City, New York. He was a member of Company Flow along with El-P and Mr. Len. He is also one half of the duo Nephlim Modulation Systems with Orko Eloheim.
After the breakup of Company Flow in 2001, Bigg Jus formed the now defunct Sub Verse Music and began to pursue his solo career. He moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where he continued his musical career with his self-produced EP Plantation Rhymes. Moving on to the creation of his first solo album, he put together an album known as Black Mamba Serums. However, in the wake of the September 11 incidents in 2001, he pulled the album just before its release unsatisfied with its content. He went back to the studio and recreated the album more to his liking. He released this version as Black Mamba Serums v2.0 on Big Dada in 2004. Just to prove a point to his listeners, he included the original album mp3s as bonus content.
Bigg Jus released the solo album, Machines That Make Civilization Fun, on Mush Records in 2012.
Graffiti is a common theme in his lyrics as he used to be a graffiti artist himself.
- Funcrusher Plus (1997) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- Black Mamba Serums (Japanese Edition) (2002)
- Woe to Thee O Land Whose King Is a Child (2003) (with Orko Eloheim, as Nephlim Modulation Systems)
- Black Mamba Serums v2.0 (2004)
- Imperial Letters of Protection (2005) (with Orko Eloheim, as Nephlim Modulation Systems)
- Poor People's Day (2005)
- Machines That Make Civilization Fun (2012)
- TBA (2013) (with Orko Eloheim, as Nephlim Modulation Systems)
- Funcrusher (1996) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- Plantation Rhymes (2001)
- "Juvenile Technique" (1994) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- "8 Steps to Perfection" (1996) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- "Infokill" (1996) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- "Blind" (1997) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- "End to End Burners... Episode 1" (1998) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- "Patriotism" (1999) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- "D.P.A. (As Seen on TV)" (2000) (with El-P & Mr. Len, as Company Flow)
- "Black Roses" (2012)
- Mike Ladd - "Bladerunners" from Welcome to the Afterfuture (1999)
- Neila - "Mercy Refused" from Better Late Than Never (2009)
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