Big Scarr was born on April 7, 2000 and he was an American American rapper .Big Scarr was hi stage name but his real name was Alexander Woods. He was well-known for his song titled “SoIcyBoyz” which featured the likes of Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and Tay Keith.
Big Scarr grew up in the Magnolia community of South Memphis, Tennessee and he was one of nine children born to his parents.
Big Scarr was living with his grandmother but at age 13, her grandmother died. However, it would be recalled that when Big Scarr was 16 years old, he got involved in a car accident.
As a result of the car accident, Big Scarr was left with some scars on his face and most importantly , that inspired him to use the name Big Scarr. On April 16, 2021, he released his debut mixtape, Big Grim Reaper which peaked at number on the Billboard 200. He was then signed to a deal with Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records.
Even though Big Scarr did not have interest in rap music from the onset , he started developing interest in it due to a friend of his called Baby K.Baby K was also an artist. He recorded 50,000 views on YouTube with the release of “Make a Play” in 2019.
He indicated that he spent $20 to record his first song and $200 to record the music video. Big Scarr was in June 2022 selected to be part of the 2022 XXL Freshman class.
He had the opportunity to perform his freestyle in a cypher alongside rappers Nardo Wick, KenTheMan, and Big30. He was also announced to be part of American rapper Key Glock’s Glockoma Tour as a special guest .
Big Scarr Cause of Death
Big Scarr died in 2020 after he was shot in the hip The bullet found its way to his spine . An appendectomy and the realignment of his leg was carried out .
However, he died on December 22, 2022, from an accidental prescription drug overdose. At the time of his death , he was 22 years old.
Big Scarr Musical style
Big Scarr’s kind of music was influenced by rappers such as Kodak Black and Boosie Badazz. According to Big Scarr , his lyrics are created spontaneously using a technique known as “punching in”, as opposed to using written lyrics.