Fredericton-native Brockway Biggs, formerly Pimp Tea, is an Ottawa-based rapper & music enthusiast who won over diverse crowds from the late 90s until a concussion in 2011.
As an artist, Biggs won an East Coast Music Award (ECMA) in 2005, while receiving 4 ECMA, 2 CUMA and 1 OIMA nominations over the years.
He’s performed or been featured on dozens of TV & radio stations, newspapers & magazines. His resume includes hundreds of shows, a 2008 cross-Canada tour and dozens of festival performances.
As a writer, he spent 4 years writing for HipHopCanada.com (2001-2005) with features, interviews and reviews of some of Canada’s finest.
His publicity company, Brockway Entertainment, ran campaigns for dozens of artists including Classified, Eternia, Skratch Bastid, JRDN, Jorun, Wordburglar & D.O. Gibson.
In 2021, Biggs is excited to be working on new material. This is the next step in his continuing recovery from his 2011 concussion.