Big Scoob

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Not to be confused with Big Scoob, a New York City-based emcee who recorded with such artists as Big Daddy Kane and Jay-Z.
Big Scoob
Birth name Stewart D. Ashby Jr.
Born (1973-05-09) May 9, 1973 (age 45)
Origin Kansas City, Missouri
Genres Gangsta Rap
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 1997–present
Labels Strange Music
Associated acts 57th Street Rogue Dog Villians, Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Kutt Calhoun, Jay Rock, E-40, B-Legit

Stewart D. Ashby Jr. (born May 9, 1973) better known by his stage name Big Scoob is an American rapper from Kansas City, Missouri, who records for Strange Music.

Early life[edit]

Big Scoob spent his late adolescence and part of his early adulthood involved with gangs in his native Kansas City, Missouri. Rap music eventually provided a path out of the lifestyle.

Musical career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Along with fellow Kansas City natives Tech N9ne, Bakarri, and Txx Will, he formed the 57th Street Rogue Dog Villains, a group that released a handful of albums during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Frustrated with the industry, Scoob left music and focused on raising his daughters.

Return to music and signing to Strange Music[edit]

After a few years of dormancy, Big Scoob was convinced by Tech N9ne to return to the music industry. On February 7, 2009, it was announced on Tech N9ne's official website that Big Scoob had signed to his independent record label, Strange Music.


On September 15, 2009, Big Scoob released his debut studio album Monsterifik through Strange Music. The album was released under the "Tech N9ne Presents" banner, making it the second album to have this introduction banner following Krizz Kaliko's debut album. Features on this album include 8Ball & MJG, B-Legit, Johnny Richter of the Kottonmouth Kings, 1 Ton of Potluck and Irv Da Phenom, along with Strange Music label mates Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, former Strange Music artists Kutt Calhoun Skatterman, and 57th Street Rogue Dog Villains members Bakarri (as Mr. Whitebear) & Txx Will. The album debuted number 67 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

Big Scoob released his sophomore album Damn Fool on May 3, 2011. Guests on the album include Glasses Malone, Bumpy Knuckles, Chillest Illest, Krizz Kaliko, Tech N9ne, Messy Marv, T-Nutty, Skatterman and Jay Rock. The album debuted number 49 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and number 24 on the Billboard Top Rap Albums.

On September 20, 2011, Big Scoob released the No Filter EP. The EP features Kutt Calhoun, BG Bulletwound, and Irv Da Phenom.

It was stated by Tech N9ne in an interview with The Source that Big Scoob no longer wished to make any more projects because "these kids don't understand what he's talking about." However, he still appears on other rappers' albums, including Tech N9ne's albums. After the release of Tech N9ne's sixth Collabos album Strangeulation Vol. II, Big Scoob confirmed that he is currently working on his next album.[1][2] He stated in a Twitter post that his last two albums had too many outside sources, including Tech N9ne's fans, the streets, and Strange Music, thus making them "mediocre."[3]



Year Title
2009 Monsterifik
2011 Damn Fool
2016 H.O.G.
2018 Duality


with 57th Street Rogue Dog Villians[edit]

Album information
It's On Now
  • Released: 1998
  • Label: Hogstyle Records
  • Singles: "It's On Now"/"Let's Get Fucked Up"
My Dog's for Life[5]
  • Released: 1999
  • Label: Hogstyle Records
  • Singles: "Dogs 4 Life"
Roguish Ways
  • Released: 2002
  • Label: Hogstyle Records
  • Singles: "Millennium Mitch"/"Thong Thissle"
New World Hustle[6]
  • Released: 2007
  • Label:
  • Singles:


Year Title
2011 No Filter


Year Title
2012 Dope Talk Volume 1
  • Released: May 1, 2012
  • Label: Hog Style Ent.
Dope Talk Volume 2
  • Released: June 1, 2012
  • Label: Hog Style Ent.

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Director
2009 "Salue" (Ft. Tech N9ne)
2011 "All I Kno Is Hood" (Ft. Krizz Kaliko) Dan Gedman (Liquid 9)[8]
2012 "Real Cocky"

Guest appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Soldiers At War" 1999 Tech N9ne, Don Juan, L.V., Short Nitty The Calm Before the Storm
"2 Piece" 2007 Tech N9ne, Joe Vertigo, Krizz Kaliko Misery Loves Kompany
"Big Scoob" Tech N9ne
"Beat You Up" 2008 Tech N9ne, Lebowski, The Weapon Killer
"Salute" Messy Marv, Krizz Kaliko, Tech N9ne Draped Up & Chipped Out, Vol. 3
"Nothin'" 2009 Tech N9ne, Messy Marv Sickology 101
"Dysfunctional" Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko
"B. Boy" Tech N9ne, Bumpy Knuckles, Kutt Calhoun, Skatterman K.O.D.
"Street Life" D-Locc da Chop & Cash Image Red Rags & Blue Flags
"Be Right Back" Krizz Kaliko, Tech N9ne Genius
"Gain Green" Messy Marv, Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko Draped Up & Chipped Out, Vol. 4
"L.A., CA 2 K.C., MO" Mykill Miers Take It In Blood
"How I Feel" Irv da Phenom Tire Shops & Night Clubs
"Keep It One Hunit" 2010 Tech N9ne, Glasses Malone, Irv da Phenom The Gates Mixed Plate
"Asshole" Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko Seepage
"Down For the Block" Jay Rock, Kutt Calhoun, Tech N9ne Bad Season
"Stranger" Cognito, Kutt Calhoun, Loki, Stevie Stone, Tech N9ne Automatic
"In My Dreams" Krizz Kaliko, Brotha Lynch Hung Shock Treatment
"Love Me Tomorrow" 2011 Tech N9ne All 6's and 7's
"Bless My Niggaz" Irv Da Phenom Dream Big, Hustle Hard, Vol. 1
"Charlie Sheen" Kutt Calhoun Red-Headed Stepchild
"Dixie Cup" 2012 Krizz Kaliko, Twiztid Kickin' & Screamin'
"Stay Alive" Krizz Kaliko
"Goin' Down" Stevie Stone, Spaide Ripper Rollin' Stone
"With the BS" 2013 Tech N9ne, Red Cafe, Trae tha Truth Something Else
"Red Rags" 2014 Tech N9ne, Kutt Calhoun, Jay Rock Strangeulation
"Strangeulation IV" Rittz, Prozak, Krizz Kaliko
"Bass Ackwards" 2015 Tech N9ne, Yo Gotti, Lil Wayne Special Effects
"Push Start" Tech N9ne Strangeulation Vol. II
"Strangeulation Vol. II Cypher III" JL B.Hood
"Buss Serves" 2016 Tech N9ne, Young Devi D The Storm
"Let's Link" 2017 Tech N9ne Strange Reign


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