The Evolution Series of Hip-Hop shares interviews of influential MCs, Producers, DJs, and more from the early stages of our hip-hop culture. Hosted by Canadian broadcaster Shad, him and his team gather up the most influential people to tell stories of how it all began. The documentaries they produce are filled with raw story telling. We got to witness Big Pokey of S.U.C. get interviewed and talks about his major impacts with DJ Screw and in the Houston Music scene from the past to today.

Big Pokey is a Houston Rapper who was greatly associated with chopped and screwed music. He is an original member of the Screwed Up Click. He was one of not too many who had pleasures with working with DJ Screw. in the early 90s. Have you ever heard the “June 27th Freestyle”? This set the city on fire back then and still today. 

He explains to us how he became a huge part of the underground movement which transitioned into mainstream. It went from freestyles to mainstream, creating a fan base beyond his beliefs. He was influenced by Scarface, Street Military, SPC (South Park Coalition), Rap-A-Lot, The Geto Boyz, and more. He states how he always had an ear for music. He is currently working on a new project reaching for the new year. 

We were in attenedance on behalf of Big Pokey’s Senior Publicist BossyInc. and Junior Publicist Happy Bootz. We were present working with other media and press such as Happybootz Tv, B 420 Radio, China Red, Ari The Brand, Kognitive MediaGroup, Tina of BossyInc, F.O.E, The Picture Man, and Mobstyle Music Group.

Be sure to connect with Netflix for their next “Evolution of Hip-Hop” upcoming episodes.

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