Memphis rapper Scarr dies at 22,
says record label executive report
Big Scarr, an up-and-coming rapper from Memphis, Tennessee, died
Thursday, his record label's government said.
The rapper's death was shown in an Instagram post by Gucci Mane, the rapper
and reporter who based the 1017 stats,
WHBQ television said. The reason for
the musician's death has not been revealed.
Big Scarr, whose real name became Alexander Woods,
was born on April 7, 2000 in South Memphis.
She reportedly got the nickname from him after
being involved in a near-fatal car accident
He was recognized for his debut mixtape
"Massive Grim Reaper," which was released in 2021
The work featured splendid tracks, including "SolcyBoyz 2" and "Poppin,"
Woods also collaborated with record label
colleagues Pooh Shiesty and Foogiano on several tracks
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