|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||I Don't Mind||4||Audio||EastWest Records America|
|3||I Don't Mind||4||Audio||1992||EastWest Records America|
|4||I Don't Mind||3||Audio||1992||EastWest|
|5||Need Your Love||5||Audio||1997|
|6||Need Your Love (Remix)||4||Audio||1997||Universal Records|
|7||24/7 (Good Lovin')||4||Audio||1993||EastWest Records America|
|9||Need Your Love||4||Audio||1997|
|10||Tellin' Me Stories||4||Audio||1993||EastWest Records America|
|11||Need Your Love||4||Audio||1997||Not On Label (Big Bub)|
|12||Comin' At Cha||11||Audio||1992||Eastwest Records America|
|13||Material Girl / Get Minez||2||Audio||2000||Flavor Unit Records|
|14||Tellin' Me Stories||3||Audio||1992||EastWest Records|
|15||Tellin' Me Stories||2||Audio||1992||EastWest Records America|
|17||Need Your Love||4||Audio||1997||Universal|
Soul - r'n'b - swingbeat singer - songwriter
Got his start with the New Jersey based quartet [a=Today]. When the group split in the early 1990s, he assumed the name [a=Big Bub] and began his solo career.
His debut album, "Comin' At Cha" was released in 1992 and scored minor hits with "I Don't Mind" and "Tellin Me Stories".
He released his follow-up album, "Timeless", in 1997. The album featured Big Bub's only track to appear on the Hot 100 as "Need Your Love".
His third album, Never Too Late, was released in 2000.
In 2008, Big Bub returned with his 2 CD set Tug Of War. The album was aimed to show a clash between singing for the lord and singing for the devil. One disc is gospel music while the other features classic R&B.