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Founder

Phone: (713) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Houston, Texas, United States
Dope House Records
2122 CENTER ST
HOUSTON, Texas 77007
United States

Company Description: Home of SPM, Baby Bash and other latin hip hop artists
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Carlos Coy (born 1971), ...
www.brownplanet.com, 5 Feb 2012 [cached]
Carlos Coy (born 1971), better known by his stage name South Park Mexican, is an American rapper, and company founder of Dope House Records. His stage name is derived from the South Park neighborhood in Houston, Texas where he was raised.
Coy, his brother Arthur, and a friend founded Dope House Records in 1995; Coy debuted as South Park Mexican in 1998 with the album Power Moves under the label. His next album, The 3rd Wish, generated two charting singles, "You Know My Name" and "High So High".
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HOUSTON - A jury on Thursday sentenced Houston rap musician Carlos Coy, professionally known as South Park Mexican, to 45 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl.
Coy, 31, could have received up to life in prison from the same jury that convicted him May 18 of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Coy testified during the sentencing phase of his trial and denied assaulting the girl, who was at Coy's home to spend a night with his daughter last Labor Day weekend.
During his testimony, Coy also told jurors that children in seven other sexual assault cases against him had been swayed by a prosecution request for victims to come forward.Many of them lied on the stand, he said.
Coy co-founded Houston-based Dope House Records.His latest album was released this month.
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As South Park Mexican (SPM), ...
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As South Park Mexican (SPM), Coy released one album in 1995, Hillwood, through his label with distribution in Houston under Southwest Wholesale.
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SPM may refer to: Carlos Coy, better known by his stage name South Park Mexican, is a Mexican-American rapper, founder of Dope House Records, and convicted a felony
“Free SPM†Movement is More About a Community Needing to Face the Music Than it is About Freeing an Icon. | Red Brown and Blue
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Carlos Coy (born October 5, 1971), better known by his stage name South Park Mexican, is an American rapper, and company founder of Dope House Records. His stage name is derived from the South Park neighborhood in Houston, Texas where he was raised. In 2002, Coy was convicted of aggravated sexual assault of a child and sentenced to 45 years incarceration, and is currently serving his sentence at Powledge Prison in Palestine, Texas.
A wise friend recently said to me that healing doesn't happen in silence. It's ironic that he used that choice of words because he was dead on. He was talking about a phenomenon that is opposite of silent, created by a community that sorely needs to heal.
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De hecho, es el grito de guerra de los seguidores del hip hop latino en Texas para liberar a una leyenda del rap conocido como South Park Mexican, alias Carlos Coy, quien actualmente cumple una condena de 45 años de prisión por abuso sexual con agravantes, en contra de un menor.
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"Coy was a hero to shaven-headed brown kids in baggy print shirts and jeans, those son of yard men, road builders, roofers and dishwashers, the youths caught between two cultures but not particularly valued by either. Coy became a conduit for their rage and despair, but also for their aspirations and dreams."
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When I think about it, whether you look like what I just described, or you were me, who didn't necessarily look the part, but embraced all the other elements, like living in a neighborhood heavily influenced by black urban culture, embracing Southern rap as your primary source of music, and living a troublesome life, like Coy's, filled with domestic violence and emotional roller coasters, it was hard to find your identity among other Latinos in other parts of the state or country.
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"Fans saw Carlos Coy as the invincible rapper, the gangsta who could become an icon for outcast Hispanics everywhere," Nova wrote.
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Judge Mark Kent Ellis never saw SPM as innocent until proven guilty; in his eyes Carlos Coy was guilty no matter what.
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Lady Justice had her blindfold taken off for this case; the people chosen as Carlos Coy's peers consisted of an all white jury who would rather see an ex-drug dealer locked-up, than pay full attention and give a proper judgment to the current case. Carlos Coy admitted to having sex with a teenage girl who he thought was of legal age, but it is stupid to compare having consensual sex with a teenager to performing oral sex with a child. There was no saliva found on the girl or her underwear, no witnesses to the alleged crime, and the family of the girl did file a civil suite after Coy got convicted. If a child in my family got molested, we would seek justice not money. They lost the civil case and were upset about it; but the reason they won't admit their accusation were a lie is because of a guilty conscious. Apart from convincing their child that the crime occurred, they also convinced her grandfather who died shortly after. The girl's mother is convinced that her father's death was due to the stress caused by hearing that his granddaughter was molested. If she admitted the accusations were false, she would also be admitting responsibility to her father's death. The jury did not take these things under consideration, and the current district attorney in charge of Carlos Coy's appeal is taking the easy way out and not doing anything. SPM is not perfect, he has his faults like everyone else, but he should not be in jail for a crime he did not commit. New DNA tests have proved the innocence of hundreds of prisoners convicted for rape. This proves our justice system is not doing its job properly. Why should innocent men like Carlos Coy suffer because of this?
Carlos Coy (born 1971), ...
www.houstonhiphop.net [cached]
Carlos Coy (born 1971), better known by his stage nameSouth Park Mexican, is an American rapper, and company founder of Dope House Records. His stage name is derived from the South Park neighborhood in Houston, Texas where he was raised.
Coy, his brother Arthur, and a friend founded Dope House Records in 1995; Spms first album as South Park Mexican was in 1998 with the album Power Moves under the label Dope house records . His next album, The 3rd Wish, generated two charting singles, "You Know My Name" and "High So High". At that point the SPM movement was gaining noteriety in both the houston and latino hip hop scene.
In 2002, Coy was convicted of aggravated sexual assault of a child and sentenced to 45 years incarceration, and is currently serving his sentence at Powledge Unit near Palestine, Texas. While incarcerated, he continues to record music.
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Carlos Coy
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On May 18, 2002, a Houston jury convicted Coy of aggravated sexual assault of a child. Coy was sentenced to 45 years in prison on May 30 and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine. SPM is currently incarcerated in the Powledge Unit in unincorporatedAnderson County, Texas, near Palestine, Texas. Coy is eligible for parole in 2024. SPM's projected release date is April 8, 2047, and his Texas Department of Criminal Justice number is 01110642. There are persistent messages from online posters calling for his release.
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Carlos Coy speaks from prison this shit dont stop
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