Big Scarr, a rising rapper from Memphis, Tennessee, died on Thursday at the age of just 22.
WHBQ-TV stated that Gucci Mane, the rapper and record producer who established 1017 Records, confirmed the artist’s death in an Instagram post.
“This hurt I’m a miss you @bigscarr.”
Big Scarr, the actual name Alexander Woods, was born in South Memphis on April 7, 2000. He received his moniker after being in a near-fatal car accident when he was 16, according to AllMusic.
Big Scarr began rapping seriously in 2019 after his friend and rapper Baby K persuaded him to do so. Scarr released “Make a Play” that year and it earned over 50,000 views on YouTube in one week.
According to HipHopDX, he rose to stardom almost immediately after releasing his debut mixtape “Big Grim Reaper” in 2021. The project contained prominent singles such as “SolcyBoyz 2″ and “Poppin,” according to the music website XXL.
According to the website, Woods worked on many tracks alongside record label mates Pooh Shiesty and Foogiano.
According to one of the rapper’s most recent Instagram postings, he was planning a tour with fellow Memphis rapper Key Glock as part of his “Glockoma Tour 2023,” according to WHBQ.
Although no official cause of death has been disclosed, because this is an undeveloped story, we will update if we receive any reliable information.
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