RISING MEMPHIS RAPPER ANNOUNCES DEBUT BIG GRIM REAPER MIXTAPE, AVAILABLE 4/16
PRE-ORDERS AND SO ICY BOYZ 3 MERCH AVAILABLE NOW
The New 1017 crew’s Bigg Scarr is gearing up for a stacked 2021 with the release of “SoIcyBoyz 3” feat. 1017 label boss Gucci Mane, and quickly-rising labelmates Pooh Shiesty and Foogiano. “SoIcyBoyz 3” is streaming now via DSPs HERE alongside its companion video, streaming now via YouTube HERE.
With SoIcyBoyz 1 and 2 earning over 45M global streams and over 30M video views to date, “SoIcyBoyz 3” is set to be another hit. Along with releasing the follow-up to SoIcyBoyz 1 and 2, Big Scarr has announced his debut mixtape, Big Grim Reaper, will be available on 4/16. Pre-orders are available now HERE, and fans will receive 6 instant grat tracks: “Frozone,” “Traphouse,” “I Would Keep Goin,” and all 3 “SoIcyBoyz.” Exclusive SoIcyBoyz merch is also available for purchase HERE.
Big Scarr may carry the marks of life’s trials and tribulations on his face and body, but he emerges from those tragedies triumphantly. In the year since his debut, he’s posted up over 50 million YouTube views and locked down a deal with Gucci Mane’s The New 1017/Atlantic Records. Now, the Memphis rapper speaks on his life without fear or filter on his upcoming project Big Grim Reaper.
His music has generated serious heat. Inspired by the likes of Kodak Black and Boosie Badazz, he started to rap with encouragement from a day-one friend. A fiery freestyle powered his first-ever single “Make A Play.” Upheld by gruff flows, robust rhymes, and dynamic hooks, the intense music video has generated over 5 million YouTube views. Meanwhile, Big Scarr’s cousin and fellow 1017 artist Pooh Shiesty shared the track with none other than Gucci Mane. Blown away, the icon signed Big Scarr. Maintaining this momentum, he joined Pooh and Foogiano for “SoIcyBoyz” on the blockbuster compilation Gucci Mane Presents: So Icy Summer, and later “SoIcyBoyz 2.” The project would be plugged by the likes of Complex, UPROXX, and more. Singles “Endzone,” “Frozone,” “I Would Keep Going,” “Trap House” and “Dead Opps” set the stage for more to come, also earning Big Scarr more than 600,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.
By embracing his scars, Big Scarr gives hip-hop one of its realest stories out there.