Before his tragic death three days before Christmas in 2022, Big Scarr had positioned himself as one of Memphis’ most exciting stars. Toting a deal with Gucci Mane’s 1017, Scarr emerged as a fully formed force on 2021’s Big Grim Reaper. That project was followed by a posthumous 2023 release, The Secret Weapon, and Frozone, which finds the MC more confident than ever, an exciting triumph and a tragic look at what could have been. Opener “King of the Jungle” is a quick-hitting burst of clever one-liners, with Scarr’s signature growling drawl giving the song an emotional heft. After rapping about how easy the art of rhyming is, likening his style to poetry, Scarr explains his influence on the game, both in Memphis and across the rap landscape. He raps, “They ain't gonna admit, but I got 'em influenced/Never fell off, they ask what I'm doing/Just stacking this bread, ain't no feelings I'm showing.” With features from NLE Choppa, Gucci Mane, and more, it’s clear that Big Scarr’s influence within the rap community lasted past his time on Earth. Frozone poses some heartbreaking what-ifs, but it’s also a reminder of what made Big Scarr so beloved while he was here.

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