Given birth to and raised in Houston, TX, rapper Curtis Davis debuted seeing that Big Mello in 1992 using the record Bone tissue Hard Zaggin in the Rap-a-Lot label. Wegonefunkwichamind made an appearance two years afterwards without the of the most common Rap-a-Lot guest superstars. Those who came across Big Mello’s deep Tx sound likened him to favorably to Scarface or increasing superstar Z-Ro, but Rap-a-Lot hardly ever found the proper way to bundle Mello and shortly he was to various other labels. Southside Tale made an appearance in 1996 on the tiny N-Terrogation label and didn’t pass on his name at night most hardcore of Tx hip-hop supporters. Mello vanished until 2002 when it had been announced he was focusing on a new record, Done Offer. Tragedy struck on June 15 of this calendar year, when Mello dropped control of his car and strike a pillar, eliminating both himself and a traveler. Out of nowhere the record The Gift made an appearance in August that calendar year on the tiny KMJ label. Z-Ro made an appearance on the record and a little but zealous group of fans announced it Big Mello’s ideal achievement, much better than the hyped Done Offer, which made an appearance a year down the road the Woss Ness label. As years continued, the cult stood company with Mello’s albums — virtually all out of printing — trading for 50 dollars on Internet public sale sites. In 2006, Rap-a-Lot dipped deep into its catalog and released screwed-and-chopped remixes from the rapper’s initial two albums.