Big Scarr is quickly making a name for himself in the rap game. The rising star recently released his debut mixtape, Big Grim Reaper, to critical acclaim.
His track “SoIcyBoyz 2” has propelled him to new heights and other outlets have estimated his net worth at a healthy $1.2 million.
The success of this single can also be attributed to some notable features, including Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and producer Tay Keith.
He has since released two other installments in the series titled “SoIcyBoyz2” and “SoIcyBoys3”, which feature Gucci Mane. With a bright future ahead of him, it’ll be exciting to see what else Big Scarr can accomplish in his career.
On April 16th, 2021, rapper/producer Big Scarr released his debut mixtape, Big Grim Reaper. His first charting project sold 22,000 copies in its first week, peaking at number 25 on the Billboard 200.
It was a hard-fought victory, as only a few months prior to the release of the album Big Scarr had been shot in the hip and his injuries were debilitating enough to require the removal of his appendix and realignment of his right leg.
Despite these setbacks, he managed to move forward and create an impressive country rap body of work that resonated with listeners everywhere!
Big Scarr’s total income
Big Scarr’s ascension from an underground rapper to a burgeoning superstar has been just incredible.
His YouTube channel currently showcases his skill and ability to electrify an audience with over 463,000 subscribers and 327 million views since launching in December 2019.
What is even more impressive are the numbers for his biggest hits on the platform such as ‘SoIcyBoyz 2’, ‘I Would Keep Goin’ and ‘SoIcyBoyz’, with 46 million, 24 million, and 24 million plays respectively.
His work on Spotify has seen similar success with 35 million streams of his most popular single resulting in 1.3 million listeners. Other outlets estimated Big Scarr’s net worth at $1.2 million which certainly helps explain his rise to infamy.
Future plans of Big Scarr
Big Scarr was ready to embark on the biggest tour of his career – hence the appropriately named ‘Glockoma Tour 2023’.
The 31-date tour meant that fans of the budding Memphis rapper, and collaborator of Gucci Mane himself, would be able to hear him perform alongside Key Glock as they traveled from city to city.
Unfortunately, Big Scarr died in April 2023 – a few dates before the tour’s finale. A month before his death, Big Scarr had made an appearance at Rolling Loud with some of hip hop’s biggest names such as Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage.
He may not have made it to see the end of his own big tour but his passion for music will live on through his amazing legacy.
The sudden and unexpected death of the talented American rapper, Alexander Woods aka Big Scarr, has left the music world reeling in shock.
Despite still being incredibly young at 22 years old, he had already made a huge mark on his industry by releasing his debut mixtape “Big Grim Reaper” on April 16th.
He had collaborations with other recognizable rappers such as Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and Tay Keith, as well as the popular artist Offset who featured on his song ‘Fantasy’.
This just goes to show how heading towards a career milestone, having amassed 980K fans on Instagram from his hit single “SoIcyBoyz”, Big Scarr was undoubtedly going to blow up soon.
Unfortunately though, with confirmation of his passing only confirmed through fellow Memphian Gucci Mane’s emotional tribute post with a simple caption of ‘This hurt I’m gonna miss you @bigscarr’, it’s unclear why this tragedy has happened.