At the height of their careers in the early 2000s, fans were addicted to many of their tunes. The lyrics, “this is big bro, taking over the show, with this nu flow” will remain endeared in many hearts.
That line was from the song ‘Nu Flow’ which reach number three in the UK singles charts in October 2002 and won them two awards at the 2003 MOBO awards – ‘Best Newcomer’ and ‘UK Act of the Year’.
From 2002 to 2004, the London based R&B band gave fans other hits such as Favourite Things and O.K.
Suddenly, the group consisting of Cherise, Dion, Nadia, Flawless, J-Rock and Randy, disappeared off our screens.
What transpired was that Flawless was caught with drugs in 2004, and as a result lost their record contract and a second album.
The group split in 2007.
The group reformed in 2018, touring and supporting other artists until the lockdown. They are still active post-lockdown.
What happened to Dion from Big Brovaz
Remember “Its Dion, I bet you won’t forget my name”?
Dion Howell, 41, has long distanced herself from the band and any music she created with them. She describes herself as a singer, songwriter and vocal coach.
Temi Asida aka Flawless was caught with cannabis resulting in the unfortunate events that happened to Big Brovaz.
It believe after the sacking from the group, he went solo, sang some song and went into oblivion.
How was JJC Skillz ever linked to Big Brovaz?
He was one of two producers who formed the group.
He has since gone to marry popular Nigerian Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele, remaining in the spotlight for their tumultous marriage, separation and controversial son, Benito, whose mum threatened to expose Funke for how JJCSkillz was treating his child.