Originating in the Southern rap mecca of Houston, TX, South Park Mexican (SPM) slowly built up his own personally run record label, Dope House Records, for years before finally signing a distribution deal with Universal Records. With the high-profile distribution deal in place, SPM stood on the verge of extending his reach outside of the South and becoming one of the first Mexican-American rappers to attain a substantial level of success.
Before he became South Park Mexican, Carlos Coy spent years in the dope game. Born in Houston's predominantly Hispanic South Park neighborhood, Coy scored his first felony at the tender age of ten and continued on a path of crime, eventually getting involved with drugs by his teens. After several years of hustling on the streets, he finally got out of the dope game after a deal went bad. Around the same time, his daughter was born, causing him to re-examine his priorities. It was at this time in 1994 that Coy turned to a new hustle -- the rap ... Read full biography