Big Moe, born Kenneth Doniell Moore, was an influential figure in the Houston hip-hop scene. Known for his unique blend of rapping and singing, dubbed “rapsinging,” Big Moe’s style added a fresh, soulful element to the Texas hip-hop landscape. His unforgettable contributions continue to be celebrated by fans and fellow artists alike, despite his untimely passing in 2007.
Big Moe Discography
Big Moe’s discography encapsulates his unique blend of soulful melodies and hip-hop beats. His debut album, “City of Syrup,” released in 2000, put him on the map, followed by “Purple World” in 2002 and “Moe Life” in 2003. These albums established Big Moe’s unique rapsinging style, becoming classics in Houston’s hip-hop scene.