MTO News confirmed that legendary Houston rapper Big T has died. This report has been confirmed by the social media accounts of many in Texas city's rap community.
Born Terence Prejean, the artist grew in popularity throughout the 1990s and 2000s, His most notable recording, is him singing the hook on Lil' Troy's hit "Wanna Be a Baller."
In case you didn't know, "Big T sang the hook on Lil' Troy's massive Houston rap hit "Wanna Be A Baller" first released in 1999.
Big T also released a number of his own albums, including "Power Move" and "Million Dollar Hooks" in 2000 and 2001, respectively.
MTO News learned that his death was caused by an unspecified medical condition. May he rest in peace.
A drummer by trade, he told Houston radio show "I'm So Houston" in 2015 about his beginnings with ESG and his part in Troy's smash hit.
Reports said that, "on the radio station's official website, 97.9 The Box memorialized Big T, noting his work on Big H.A.W.K.'s "Chillin With My Broad" and Lil' Flip's "Why Them Hataz Still Mad." Lil' Flip spent most of Monday posting videos and photos of himself and Big T together through the years, calling him one of the best "hookmasters" that Houston rap had ever seen."
In a 2017 interview posted on YouTube he spoke about his work over the years in Houston, the Bayou City scene's influence across the world, and offered up his talents to new artists. He was able to sell 15,000 copies of his first album via word of mouth in Houston.