|Big Pokey Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Date of Birth||November 29, 1977|
|Date of Death||June 18, 2023|
Big Pokey was an American rapper who was known as one of the original members of the hip-hop collective Screwed Up Click (or S.U.C.). The collective’s discography consisted of albums such as Blockbleeders, Making History, and The Takeover. Moreover, Big Pokey had also released several albums and mixtapes which included Chopped & Screwed, Hardest Pit in the Litter, A Bad Azz Mix Tape Vol. 3, On Another Note, Warning Shot, The Best Of Big Pokey II (8ighted & Chopped), D-Game 2000, Da Sky’s Da Limit, Sensei, and Evacuation Notice.
Big Pokey, Big Niggy, Pokey, PoYo, Sensei, Podeine, Croc Bull, CHarb the Don
Big Pokey was born on November 29, 1977.
Big Pokey died on June 18, 2023, at the age of 45 in Beaumont, Texas, U.S. He was performing at a bar in Beaumont where he suddenly fell and became unconscious.
Big Pokey was represented by Mob Style Music Group (MSMG).
Chevis Entertainment, Wreckshop Records, Koch Records
5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
95 kg or 209.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Big Pokey Facts
- He was one of the original members of the Screwed Up Click and some other notable members of the collective had been DJ Screw, Big Hawk, Big Mello, Big Moe, Fat Pat, Lil’ Flip, Lil’ Keke, Lil’ O, Trae tha Truth, and Z-Ro.
- On May 18, 1999, Big Pokey released his debut studio album titled Hardest Pit in the Litter through Chevis Entertainment and it ranked at #47 on the US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard) chart and at #72 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) chart.
- His 2nd studio album titled D-Game 2000 was released on August 22, 2000, and it included songs like Untamed Gorilla, On Choppers (ft. Big Moe), That’s All We Had (ft. Lil’ O), Throwed-N-Da Game, Swallowed by the Game, Mind and Muscle, and Why Yall Still Talking Down (ft. Chris Ward and Big-E). The album peaked at #31 on the US Independent Albums (Billboard) chart and at #38 on the US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard) chart.
- Big Pokey had also been cast in movies like Survival of the Illest, Soldiers United for Cash, and Dirty Third 2: Home Sweet Home.
- He released his 3rd studio album named Da Sky’s da Limit on August 6, 2002, through Wreckshop Records and it was placed at #46 on both the US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard) chart as well as the US Independent Albums (Billboard) chart and at #47 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) chart.
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