"H.O.G." by Big Scoob on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5

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In love with this album already!!!! It incorporates the whole vibe which is the essence of the big fella. You can hear the heart and soul he put into ever track that has been released thus far. Big scoobs versatile style is very evident in this record, and it has something for everyone to enjoy.

I'm from KCMO and know Big Scoob is the real deal!


Been waiting for a new album from scoob for a while now, I've met him a couple times around Kc metro area. Cool dude, can't wait for the full album. Definitely gonna pre order.

About Big Scoob

Stewart Ashby, aka Big Scoob, spent his late adolescence and part of his early adulthood involved with gangs in his native Kansas City, Missouri. Rap music eventually provided a path out of the lifestyle. Along with fellow MC Tech N9ne, he formed the 57th Street Rogue Dog Villains, a group that released a handful of albums during the late '90s and early 2000s. Frustrated with the industry, Scoob left music and focused on raising his daughters, but Tech N9ne convinced him to return after a few years of dormancy. Signed to Tech N9ne's Strange Music label, Scoob issued the solo albums Monsterifik (2009) and Damn Fool (2011), both of which were filled out with guest appearances from the extended Strange family. The No Filter EP was also released in 2011. Big Scoob dropped a pair of mixtapes, Dope Talk, Vol. 1 and Dope Talk, Vol. 2, in mid-2012. While Scoob made guest appearances on several Tech N9ne and Strange Music releases, it wasn't until November 2016 that he released his third album of his own material, H.O.G. ~ Andy Kellman

    Kansas City, MO

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