Scarr became well-known after posting his debut song, “Make a Play”, on YouTube in 2019. He was born Alexander Woods in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 7, 2000.
He would join Gucci Mane’s 1017 records company in 2020.
Gucci Mane has verified Big Scarr’s passing, but no official cause of death has been disclosed.
As soon as word of the young artist’s passing spread online, tributes started streaming in, DJ Akademiks, a popular YouTuber and podcaster, tweeting, “RIP Big Scarr.”
How did Big Scarr die?
According to reports, Big Scarr, alias Alexander Woods, has died. Although the rapper’s side of the story did not officially confirm it, his fellow rapper buddies shared this tragic news online.
According to some unsubstantiated sources, the rapper allegedly died from a pill overdose. According to a different source, he was shot, even though the precise cause of death was not yet revealed.
What happened to Big Scarr?
Woods perished on December 22, 2022. The death was announced via posts on the label’s official Instagram account by Gucci Mane, the 1017 record company’s CEO and founder, and several other rappers on the label.
What was Big Scarr cause of death?
In 2020, Woods took a bullet to the hip. The bullet travelling up to Woods’ spine required the removal of his appendix and realigning of his right leg.
Big Scarr’s 2020 shooting incident
The rapper’s ascent was momentarily halted in 2020 by a shooting that came dangerously near to murdering Scarr.
Scarr said, “I was moving, so the bullet kept travelling. I remembered the damage done to my internal organs.
Woods died on December 22, 2022, from a heroin overdose. The founding member of the group, Gucci Mane, and several other rappers from 1017 confirmed the death.
Who was Big Scarr?
Big Scarr, real name Alexander Woods, was born on April 7, 2000, in Memphis, Tennessee, in the United States. He was a part of Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records crew. With Tay Keith, Fogiano, and Pooh Shiesty, he co-wrote the famous song “SoIcyBoyz,” which helped establish his reputation.
He was one of nine kids and spent his childhood in South Memphis’ Magnolia neighbourhood. He lived with his grandma till he was thirteen years old. After her lung cancer death, he moved in with his father. Woods was flung through the windscreen of a friend’s automobile when he was 16 years old due to a car accident.
Big Scarr gained notoriety from the song “SoIcyBoyz,” which also includes Pooh Shiesty and Fogiano. The following two instalments in the series, “SoIcyBoyz 2” and “SoIcyBoyz 3,” were also made available by him.
The second and third episodes both feature production work from Tay Keith, and the third one also features Gucci Mane. Giant Grim Reaper, the first mixtape by Big Scarr, was released on April 16, 2021. It sold 22,000 copies in its first week and peaked at number 25 on the Billboard 200. This led to the creation of Big Scarr’s first charting project.
He last posted something on social media ten hours ago on his Instagram stories.
Scarr’s final project, the mixtape “Big Grim Reaper: The Return,” was published in April 2021. The album has 30 tracks, including collaborations with Offset, Gucci Mane, Pooh Shiesty, and others.
Scarr recently grew his fan base significantly; now, he has over 928,000 Instagram followers. On Key Glock’s upcoming “Glockoma” Tour, which begins in March, he was also scheduled to perform as a special guest. The following month, on March 3, Scarr was expected to perform at Rolling Loud California.
Tributes to Big Scarr:
Big Scarr, a member of Gucci Manes 1017 and Pooh Shiesty’s blood cousin, is said to have overdosed and died.
We regret to inform you, classmates, that at 22, Memphis rapper #BigScarr passed away. He joined the 1017 label, which # GucciMane owns. Here is a video of the BTS of his “The Grim Reaper” listening event.
The 22-year-old Memphis rapper #BigScarr, who was a member of Gucci Mane’s 1017 label, has reportedly died. His actual cause of death has not been made public in any way. However, his demise has been confirmed.
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