As a rapper under the moniker Dub-G, he dropped six spectacular independent projects and traded verses with the likes of Big K.R.I.T., Mr. Serv-On and David Banner. As a DJ, he has hosted exclusive mixtapes from Southern trailblazer C-Loc to Underground King Smoke D of the legendary duo UGK. As a hip-hop journalist and photographer, his work helped lay the groundwork for New Power magazine, Street Report magazine and other media outlets. And as a graphic artist, his resume is longer than train smoke, designing artwork and websites for artists and clients spanning across the United States.
In fact, his prevalence is so noted in the music industry that if you have had anything to do with the evolution of Southern hip-hop over the past 20 years, chances are you have crossed paths with DJ Big House. Via his companies MISvISION Graphics and Big House Music, LLC, he has had his hand in virtually every aspect of the music industry. Now more than two decades deep in the game, he continues to expand his brand with artist promotions, music distribution, project management, booking, film, touring and business management. From the looks of it, there’s next to nothing he can’t do.
“I’m one of those people in a unique position to be able to do everything in the industry and elevate myself and others,” explains Big House. “I’m literally a one-man army. If you got a budget, a little buzz behind you and some work ethic, we can make it work.”
Making it work since his days in elementary school, Big House knew that music was in his veins since his very first talent show in fifth grade. He wrote an anti-drug rap song, choreographed a routine for his cousins who he enlisted as backup dancers and performed for the entire school. From that moment on, he knew that music would be his lifeline.
“We put on a whole production,” he recalls, “and would practice in my backyard. Between jumping ramps on our bikes, we were putting our show together, and I have been involved with music in some way, shape or fashion ever since.”
Born Gregory Spencer in Los Angeles, Calif., he moved to the small Gulf Coast town of Pass Christian when he was three years old. His mother has passed away and his father wasn’t in the position to take care of him. He sent the baby boy to live with his grandmother back in Mississippi. Born into a musical family, his pops played drums, grandmother played piano in the church, and his cousins made up the 1970s Motown funk band Brothers Johnson.
So naturally, young Greg gravitated to the music at a very young age. Writing raps all through elementary and middle school, he finally got the opportunity to work in a real studio during his high school years after linking up with a family friend down the street from his house who had a recording studio. Needless to say, the eager adolescent spent his every waking hour in the studio.
“Every day, I went to school, went to work at McDonald’s and went to the studio until 12 or one o’clock in the morning,” Big House remembers. “Then, I would go to bed for a few hours, get up and go to school the next day and do it all over again.”
To get his name bubbling in the streets, he started performing in shows across the Gulf Coast in 1996 and started his own label "Big House Music" in 1998. Then in 2000, he dropped his first album Datz Me. His debut single “Mississippi Bounce” made so much noise that the album was featured in Murder Dog magazine.
“Getting in Murder Dog was dope, but when I heard ‘Mississippi Bounce’ on the radio for the first time, we went crazy in the streets,” he thinks back. “At that time, it was a extra big thing to hear your music on the radio. For a young cat to do that, it felt like we did something big.”
Around the same time, he picked up a side hustle being a roadie for a local DJ. Between toting records and setting up equipment, Big House would be asked to hold down the ones and twos while the DJ took a break.
“Eventually, it went from me playing a couple of songs to me DJing the block parties, teen events and school dances,” says Big House. “And that transitioned to me DJing in the clubs and eventually making and hosting mixtapes.”
While holding down his DJ duties, he still managed to release six independent projects over the years, moving more than 400,000 units collectively. His final project Adieu was released in 2016, but he is still enjoying the success of his newest single as a DJ with “Throw A Brick (Remix)” featuring Hustle Bandit T-Bo$$ and Boosie Badazz.
Along with rapping and DJing, Big House also taught himself the art of graphic design. For just as long as he has been into the music, he has been designing album and mixtape covers, promotional materials, press kits and websites for himself as well as several artists. After years of satisfying a laundry list of clients, he further certified himself by earning an Associate’s degree in graphic and web design from the Art Institute of Atlanta in 2012.
“I was so much more advanced than the other students because I had already been doing it for 10 years,” he explains. “I already knew a lot, but it just make sense to go to school because I could round out all the rough edges of my skills.”
Always having more than one iron in the fire, DJ Big House has been able to switch from lane to lane with ease and prosper in everything he touches. “I’m built for this. I was made for this. This is my calling. I was destined to do this,” says Big House. “I’ve seen a lot and been able to be in the mix with everything from the top level to the bottom and see everything from all angles. I played the side of the hustler, the rapper and the businessman since my first project.”

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  1. DJ Big House - Welcome 2 Tha Big House Showcase (Vlog)
    DJ Big House put on for the Indie artists in and around the Mississippi Gulf Coast area with a 4 week competition for a complete "Artist Development Package" in Bay St. Louis, MS!! Talent from Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi came out for it!! Here is a recap of the event. Salute to all the weekly winners and our GRAND PRIZE winner @sippslo Shot by E. Hendricks Films and A Big House Films Production. Follow @djbighouse228 online and visit #Welcome2ThaBigHouse #SupportIndieArtists #GulfCoast #Mississippi #BHMG #GOK #AMS #TheBridgeIsHipHop #PromoVatican #TeamBiggaRankin #DirtyGloveBastard #HerozMusicGroup #SplashCommitee #DotVision #BoondockGlobal #MisvisionGFX ​​#BossGangEnt #UrbanGorillaDJs
  2. Big House VLOG #2: AMS Music Conference Edition
    Follow @DubG228 @DJBigHouse228 into the AMS Music Conference powered by Ozone Magazine. This is a quick recap of the event that was held in Biloxi, MS at the Gulf Coast Convention Center! Shot by @601Eclipse & @BigHouseMG #ShoutOut @AMSMusicSouth
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