Little Big

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Little Big
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Little Big in 2019
Background information
OriginSaint Petersburg, Russia
Genresrave music, pop punk, hip hop
Years active2013 (2013)–present
LabelsWarner Music Russia, Little Big Family
Associated actsJane Air, The Hatters
MembersIlya "Ilyich" Prusikin,
Sofya Tayurskaya,
Sergey "Gokk" Makarov,
Anton "Boo" Lissov
Past membersOlimpiya Ivleva,
Anna Kast

Little Big is a Russian rave/pop punk musical group. It is existing since 2013 and was created by musician and videoblogger Ilya "Ilyich" Prusikin and music producer Alina Pyasok.[1] As of 2020, there are four members in the musical group, it's vocalists Ilya Prusikin, Sofya Tayurskaya, Anton Lissov, and back vocalist, DJ and arranger Sergey Makarov.

Little Big is known for its provocative and grotesque musical videos, in which the band are often making fun of national stereotypes about Russia. Almost all of videos were very successful by numbers of views at YouTube, the most known among them are ”Skibidi” and ”Faradenza” (both 2018),[2][3][4][5] which as of March 2020 have been viewed 372 million times and 201 million times, respectively.

They are sometimes called ‘Russia's Die Antwoord’.[1] Together with a very few bands, such as t.A.T.u, Pussy Riot and maybe some other lesser-known examples, Little Big are among those bands from Russia which enjoyed success around the world.[6]

They should have represented Russia in the cancelled Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in the Dutch city of Rotterdam[6] with the song ”Uno”.[7]

Studio albums[change | change source]

  • 2014: With Russia from Love
  • 2015: Funeral Rave
  • 2018: Antipositive, Pt. 1
  • 2018: Antipositive, Pt. 2

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