South Park Mexican (born Carlos Coy, October 5, 1970 in Houston, Texas) is a rapper, currently incarcerated for child molestation. His stage name derives from the South Park neighborhood in which he was raised.
In 1995, Carlos, along with his brother Arthur, founded his own record label, Dope House Records. He later released his second album, Hustle Town, through his label with distribution in Houston under Southwest Wholesale. In 2000 he signed a joint venture between his label and Universal Music Group which earned him a $500,000 advance and national distribution.
In total he has released nine albums.
In July 2001, 20-year-old Jill Odom filed a lawsuit to force Coy to take a paternity test and legally declare him the father of her son. Odom was 14 years old at the time of the child's birth, and alleged that the then-21 year old Coy was aware that she was in seventh grade.. This incident would later be used against Coy in his molestation charge of a separate girl. Coy was legally...
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Track listing: At Shetoro's Crib (A Poem)Day of UnityWhen Devils StrikeCarolyn's HookReal GangstaBlazin JaneyDope House FamilyIf I DieSPM DiariesPenitentiary FlowGarza WestSomething About MaryIn My HoodS.P. So BastardlyShout Outz
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