If you blow hard enough, maybe all that smoke will keep floating up until it reaches him in heaven. The night he died, Hawk showed up at a friend’s house to play dominoes. Fittingly, his memorable verse pays tribute to a few of the things he loved the most: Most maddening of all is that his death remains a complete mystery. This stuff is his bread and butter. Twist up a sweet, turn up your computer speakers and bang ’em loud in tribute to a Houston hip-hop original. Hawk took the song’s final verse, turning in the rhymes that remain the easiest and most fun to sing along to in your busted-ass hoop to this day.
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John Hawkins was a family man who left behind a wife and two sons when he was murdered.
Most maddening of all is that his death remains a complete mystery. You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter grae – please keep an eye on your mailbox, we’re movin’ in! Throughout his career, Hawk would play the role of clean-up hitter on killer tunes like this one, better than pretty much anyone else in Houston rap history. Call up some partners and empty out a cigar or two today in memory of Big Hawk.
If you’re recording a rap tribute to DJ Screw, there’s pretty much no one better to get on your song than Big Hawk. If you blow hard enough, maybe all that smoke will keep floating up until it reaches him hxwk heaven.
Trae – Swang (ft. Hawk & Fat Pat)
This stuff is his bread and butter. There’s a lot of it to remember –Hawk’s soft, smooth baritone flow was featured on dozens and dozens of albums, gray tapes, mix tapes and collaborations over his career. Big Hawk, “You Already Know: When it came to mary jane, Big Hawk was hooked like handcuffs, and he made his appreciation clear on this track.
Swang (remix) (feat. Pimp C, Fat Pat and Hawk) (Testo) – Trae – MTV Testi e canzoni
We miss that guy. For thousands of casual rap fans in Houston and beyond, Lil’ Troy’s “Wanna Be a Baller” served as a memorable introduction to Big Hawk’s lyrical skills.
HPD turned up no leads and no suspects, and nobody was ever arrested or charged with the homicide.
We don’t have the stats to back it up, but Big Hawk probably dished out more assists in Houston than John Lucas. The man had the guest feature down to a science. A handwritten notebook of lyrics, rhymes, domino scores and other notes. No doubt the big man would have liked that a lot. Or sign in with a social account: That’s how it always seems to go when a rapper is taken out. Dub K got this track from 3rd Degree’s album Since Day One off to a proper start, taking the first verse for once.
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Don’t have an account yet? In memory of his contributions to local music, Rocks Off has collected the following six essential tracks from Hawk’s career — one for each year since he was taken from us. Hawk took the song’s final verse, turning in the rhymes that remain the easiest and most fun to sing along to in your busted-ass hoop to this day. This classic track is the album’s standout, and once again, Hawk delivers the final verse. Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more.
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