It has been confirmed that Big Scarr passed away, and Gucci Mane and other rappers have posted heartbreaking tributes to him.

Big Scarr, Who Was 22, Apparently Passed Away

On Thursday night (Dec. 22), rumours that the 2022 XXL Freshman member had died started to spread online. Big Scarr’s label boss Gucci Mane, who runs 1017 Global Music, confirmed the devastating news of his death in a post on Instagram. “That hurt. You are missed, @bigscarr “He added captions to a gallery of Big Scarr images.


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Enchanting, a fellow artist on the 1017 label, also appeared to corroborate the news on her Instagram Story.

“Ion needs to chat. I apologise if I don’t reply. I simply cannot, “She used the heartbreak emoji when posting.


There are currently few details available on the rapper’s death in Memphis. Police and regional news sources have not provided any confirmation.

2019 marked the year when Big Scarr started to take rap seriously after being persuaded to do so by his friend and fellow rapper Baby K. In that same year, Big Scarr released “Make a Play,” which garnered over 50,000 YouTube views in a single week. He gained popularity and joined Gucci Mane’s 1017 record label in 2020.


He attended the same class as Big30, another rapper from M-Town. They were both featured in their cypher. 30 responded to the reports of Big Scarr’s passing on Instagram by posting a picture of the 2022 class cover, which features him next to Big Scarr.

30 commented on the post with the words “We done that” and a purple heart emoji.


He added the sentimental statement in a subsequent post: “You know what was up with us, so screw what others talk about [broken heart emoji]. Shiesty knows how I met you because we spent hours together last night, but I can’t tell her that I love her.”


Big30 and other rappers are joining the chorus of mourners for Big Scarr.

“When my first video was released. Actually, I didn’t realise I could do this until I wrote my first song, Big Scarr, who was selected a XXL Freshman in the class of 2022, told the media earlier this year. “I’ve never wanted to do that. I only once tested the stuff, and it worked. You ever had some shit happening and you never paid attention to the other shit you were doing because this shit was bringing you in so much nice shit, like my partner was saying?

He said, “It’s a thing like that. I’m not hurrying, but if you ask me, it’s been my time. I’m not pushing anything. I’m in a separate lane. I believe that everything that happens to me is a blessing.

Before releasing his debut mixtape, 2021’s Big Grim Reaper, which included features by Gucci, Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and producer Tay Keith, Big Scarr made a cameo on another collection from 1017, So Icy Gang, Vol. 1. The project eventually peaked at No. 1 on Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough 25 Chart and No. 25 on Billboard’s Hot 200 album chart.

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) awarded Big Grim Reaper its first Gold certification for the song, setting the bar for future awards in 2022.


He announced his first national tour earlier this month, opening for Key Glock on his Glockoma Tour, which will begin on March 5.

HipHopDX sends its sympathies to the 1017 Records family as well as the loved ones of Big Scarr.

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