Alexander Woods Obituary, Death – Alexander Woods died after a heroin overdose on December 22, 2022. After learning of Big Scarr’s passing, American rapper and manager Gucci Mane posted on Instagram, saying “This stung.” We will miss you, Big Scarr. Big Scarr, the stage name of Memphis, Tennessee rapper Alexander Woods, was a citizen of the United States. He had a recording deal with 1017 Records. Together with Tay Keith, Fogiano, and Pooh Shiesty, he co-wrote the hit song “SoIcyBoyz,” which helped him become well-known.

He released his debut mixtape, Big Grim Reaper, on April 16, 2021. The album peaked at number 25 on the Billboard 200 chart. Alexander Woods was born on April 7, 2000, and grew up in South Memphis’ Magnolia area. Eight of his siblings are still alive. He originally moved in with his grandmother when he was thirteen years old. When Woods was 16 years old, an automobile accident caused him to be launched through the windshield of his friend’s vehicle. The “Scarr” component of his stage name, which refers to the scars he sustained as a result of the occurrence, was inspired by his accident.

Big Scarr wasn’t a fan of rap music at first, but after hearing his musician friend Baby K play, he started to change his mind. YouTuber Tommy Craze brought him up in a response video to his song “Make a Play,” which he released in 2019. On the video-sharing website, the song received 50,000 views.  He remembered spending $20 to record his first song and $200 to make the music video.  In 2020, he agreed to a recording contract with Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records, an arm of Atlantic Records.

After the release of his track “SoIcyBoyz,” which included his cousin Pooh Shiesty and American rapper Foogiano, he became well-known in 2021. The following two albums in the series, “SoIcyBoyz 2” and “SoIcyBoyz 3,” were also issued by him. The second and third episodes both feature producer Tay Keith, while the third episode also features Gucci Mane. Big Grim Reaper, Big Scarr’s debut mixtape, reached its highest position on the Billboard 200 at number 25 after selling 22,000 copies in its first week. The publication date was April 16, 2021. This led to Big Scarr’s first charting endeavor.

The album features cameos by rappers Gucci Mane, Pooh Shiesty, Fogiano, Tay Keith, Enchanting, and Baby K. On the deluxe edition of his mixtape Big Grim Reaper, which he released in February 2022 under the title Big Grim Reaper: The Return, rappers Offset, Gucci Mane, and Queez Ruthless made appearances. Before getting selected for the 2022 XXL Freshman class, he performed his freestyle during a cypher with the rapper’s Nardo Wick, KenTheMan, and Big30.

In December 2022, he was announced as a special guest on American rapper Key Glock’s Glockoma Tour. In an interview with Our Generation Music, he referred to his father as his best friend. In 2020, Woods suffered a hip injury. The upward trajectory of the bullet drove Woods’ right leg out of place, and his appendix had to be removed.