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Memphis-based rapper Big Scarr dead at 22, Atlantic Records confirms

According to his record label Atlantic Records, the Memphis-based rapper Big Scarr, whose real name was Alexander Woods, passed away on Thursday.

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According to his record label Atlantic Records, the Memphis-based rapper Big Scarr, whose real name was Alexander Woods, passed away on Thursday.

The recording artist became a member of the 1017 Records roster, which is distributed by Atlantic Records.

On Instagram, Atlantic Records published a statement in response to the news of his passing:

“The passing of Big Scarr weighs incredibly heavy on our hearts. Scarr was such a lovable, warm person; a big kid at heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with Big Scarr’s family, team, Gucci Mane and our 1017 and Atlantic family.”

As of right moment, there has been no announcement made on the cause of death.

Bigg Scarr’s songs “SoIcyBoyz” and “Grim Reaper” are what brought him the most fame. In 2023, he was scheduled to go on tour with another rapper from Memphis named Key Glock.


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