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Artist Info

Little Big

Little Big
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Little Big is a rave / punk-pop band, founded in 2013 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The group currently consists of Ilya "Ilich" Prusikin and Sonya Tayurskaya.

The first full-length album, "With Russia from Love" was released on March 17th, 2014. Throughout its existence, the group has so far released four full-length studio albums, a live album, and numerous EPs and singles.

Little Big achieved viral success upon the release of the video for "Skibidi" on October 5th, 2018. The video featured a dance that became popular when others tried to imitate it as part of the "Skibidi Challenge".

They were intended to represent Russia in the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, with their latest single, "UNO", but the contest was canceled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

In the month of March 2020, the official Eurovision YouTube channel put out a video demonstrating the Eurovision song that had been canceled and was their most-watched video.

In 2022, Little Big relocated to the United States in protest of the Russian government's invasion of Ukraine, parting ways with former members Sergei Gokk and Anton Lissov.
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