Trae Tha Truth has always supported his city throughout his Successful career. The Houston rapper was interviewed on Fox 26 today for his efforts in rescuing victims of Hurricane Harvey and he was riding in a boat to help out.Read more
#HurricaneHarvey was right in the middle of Houston, Flooding the city, But as many know Houston rap culture was always compelled to bring unity to the city , Plans were made behind the scenes in the hands of DJ Mr.Rodgers , Propain ,and King Keraun .Read more
As an original member of DJ Screw’s Screwed Up Click and brother of fellow rhyme slinger Big Hawk, Fat Pat was a rising talent in the Southern rap scene and an undeniable force in the Houston community.Read more
Today marks the 15 year anniversary that Robert Davis Jr. a/k/a DJ Screw passed away. He was only 29 at the time of his death. DJ Screw is the creator of the Chopped & Screwed DJ technique and recognized as one the most important figures in Southern Hip-Hop history.Read more
The slab god, Paul Wall has some choice words for rappers who have hijacked the Houston culture in an interview with DJ Smallz Eyes.
Normally when one thinks of the Houston rap scene, thoughts of Big Moe, Pimp C, DJ Screw, sipping lean and chopped up music are some of the novelties embedded in the culture that come to mind.Read more
Wreckshop Records is the first independent label we are honoring in Houston for Black Music Month!
Founded in 1997 by Derrick “D-Reck” Dixon, Wreckshop had a thriving roster of artists which included The Late and Great Fat Pat and Big Moe, Pymp Tyte, Big Pokey, D Gotti, WS Family, ESG, A3 and more. Since 1997, Wreckshop sold over 2.5 million records before collaborating with a major label.Read more
Name: Derrick “D-Reck” Dixon
Title: Founder and President of Wreckshop Records and Wreckshop Nation.
What made you want to come back to the music industry?
I never really left but I did take a step back to focus on my other businesses.
Before Atlanta took center stage, Texas was home of screwed music and home of Southern hip-hop. With Swisha House pushing their Sunday Night Chopped & Screwed Mix on Houston’s 97.9 The Box, artists like Z-Ro, Lil Keke, Mr. Pookie & Mr. Lucci, Big Moe, Fat Pat, and the rest of the Screwed Up Click, including the late DJ Screw and Big Hawk, had the rap game on lock.Read more