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Carlos Coy, who goes by the stage name South Park Mexican, was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and released two hit singles in the late 1990s, "You Know My Name" and "High So High." Upon the success of these hit singles, tickets to see live South Park Mexican performances were in high demand. The rapper had a headlining U.S. tour, and in concert he was applauded in reviews for the various freestyles he did on stage. South Park Mexican toured the nation with his brother, Arthur Coy, Jr., and good friend Jose Antonio Garza. The trio also formed their own record label, Dope House Records.

South Park Mexican released his debut album, Hillwood, in 1995. Impressively, he released two full-length albums in 1998, Hustle Town and Power Moves, though neither of them would reach the same level of success as 1999's The 3rd Wish, featuring the breakout single "High So High," which rose to No. 50 on the U.S. Rap charts. The 3rd Wish reached No. 89 on the U.S. R&B charts, and helped South Park Mexican explode onto the south Texas. This led to a joint deal with Universal Music Group, which helped establish South Park Mexican as nationwide rap artist. He would release You Know My Name in 2000, which peaked at No. 31 on the Billboard Rap Charts and No. 99 on the R&B Charts. He returned to Dope House Records in 2002, producing more successful albums Reveille Park, 2006's When Devils Strike and 2008's The Last Chair Violinist.