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Big Scarr drops his deluxe album”Big Grim Reaper: The Return”

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Gucci Mane’s protégé Big Scarr releases his deluxe album Big Grim Reaper: The Return

Big Scarr‘s deluxe album, “Big Grim Reaper: The Return,” came out on Friday, February 25.


Alexander Woods is known by his stage name Big Scarr, the rapper gained fame with his viral song “SolcyBoyz” which features Pooh Shiesty and Foogiano.

The track garnered millions of views online, and after Big Scarr’s cousin, Pooh Shiesty brought his music to the attention of Gucci Mane, Big Scarr signed to Mane’s Atlantic-distributed 1017 imprint in June 2020.

Since then Scarr has released “SolcyBoyz 2” and “SolcyBoyz 3,” two more sequels. Producer Tay Keith appears on both editions, and Gucci Mane appears on the third.

The Memphis rapper’s debut mixtape, ‘Big Grim Reaper’, was released through Atlantic Records and 1017 Records on April 16, 2021. The mixtape went to number 25 on the billboard 200 selling 22,000 copies in its first week. This gave Big Scarr his first charting project.

The rapper’s new deluxe album”Big Grim Reaper: The Return,” is the follow-up of his first project ‘Big Grim Reaper.’

Big Scarr’s deluxe album is composed of 2 Discs and has a total of 32 tracks. The new songs appear on the first disc with 13 tracks and feature artists Offset, Quezz Ruthless, and Gucci Mane. The second disc of the album contains Scarr’s debut album songs including his most famous song ‘SolcyBoyz.’

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BIG SCARR “Big Grim Reaper: The Return” Tracklist

DISC 1

  • On The Same Shit
  • Fucc The Rap Game
  • Fantasy (feat. Offset)
  • Rush Hour
  • MJ (feat. Quezz Ruthless)
  • Detail
  • Houdini (feat. Gucci Mane)
  • Murder Dance
  • From Da South
  • Fantastic
  • The Regular
  • Forbes List
  • Frontline

DISC 2

  • Grim Reaper
  • Get It In
  • Poppin
  • Frozone
  • Ballin In LA (feat. Gucci Mane & Pooh Shiesty)
  • Joe Dirt
  • SoIcyBoyz 3 (feat. Gucci Mane, Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano & Tay Keith)
  • No Ball (feat. Baby K)
  • Don’t Stop
  • IDL
  • Pay Me
  • Traphouse
  • I Would Keep Goin
  • In Color (feat. Gucci Mane)
  • From The Jump (feat. Tay Keith)
  • SoIcyBoyz (feat. Pooh Shiesty & Foogiano)
  • SoIcyBoyz 2 (feat. Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano & Tay Keith)

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Who is rapper Big Scarr ?

Big Scarr was born Alexander Woods on April 7 2000 and he grew up in the Magnolia neighborhood of South Memphis.

In the short time since his debut, Scarr has already racked up 193 million lifetime views on youtube and been signed to Gucci Mane’s label.

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Scarr was raised by his father after living with his grandmother till she died when he was 13. In an interview, Scarr expressed about his father: “Real talk. My dad showed me how to be a man. He was in the streets, but he was always able to take care of me and my brothers and sisters and make sure we had what we needed. Everything I know I learned from him, the streets, how to be disciplined, and about God. That’s my dawg right there.”

The young rapper was trying to make it through school while his father was teaching him how to move in the streets, but school was never something he was particularly interested in. He spent most of the day missing classes.

At 16 years old Scarr was involved in a serious car accident that sent him flying through the front windshield. The rapper somehow miraculously survived the accident and got away with scars on his eyes, nose, and the entire side of his face, which inspired his chosen stage name we all know him as now “Big Scarr”.

During an interview with DJ Booth, Scar revealed that he had never considered music as a career option and had no desire to become a rapper. However, that soon changed thanks to his homie Baby K, who was trying to make it as a rapper back then.

Baby K was the one who encouraged him to pursue a rap career. Scarr decided to give it a go after seeing how much his homie Baby K was enjoying his rap career, and lo and behold, it worked out well for him.

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In 2019 Scarr would make his musical debut with his single “Make A Play”

The debut track from Big Scarr, "Make A Play," has gained more than 9 million views

Just when Scarr was about to take over in the rap scene, he got caught by a gunshot that nearly killed him. After recovering from his injuries he teamed up with Pooh Shiesty and Foogiano for his single “SolcyBoyz ” which went viral.

Further solo singles like ‘I Would Keep Going,’ ‘Trap house,’ ‘Dead Opps,” and others would set the stage for Scarr’s debut studio album “Big Grim Reaper.”

Written by: Silvia Tine

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