Dallas-based rapper Big Tuck (Cedric Tuck) discovered success both like a single artist and within the Filthy Southern Rydaz crew. He began pursuing a profession in music through the early 2000s, composing several brash, gritty tunes about his hustling encounters. He released a large number of mixtapes, offering thousands of CDs individually, and scoring road strikes including “Tussle,” “Southside Da Realest,” and “Not really a Stain on Me.” Following a successes of mixtapes like Crimson Hulk and Polar Carry, he agreed upon to General for the discharge of Tha Total Truth in past due 2006. The record featured guest performances by Erykah Badu, Bun B, Paul Wall structure, and many more. Following album’s discharge, he returned underground and continuing release a mixtapes and singles on 3rd party labels.