During his music career, Singleton worked with such Bay Area rappers as Too Short, Mac Dre, RBL Posse, C-Bo, E-40, and New Orleans based Mystikal. He was also a member of Cosmic Slop Shop, along with Doonie Baby and Rick Rock.
In April 2002, Singleton murdered Tynisha Ysais in her apartment while under the influence of PCP. Her boyfriend Thomas Moore testified that he and Singleton spent the evening prior to the murder smoking PCP, also known as Angel Dust.
The victim was found in her apartment by her friend Alisa Allen. Her chest had been torn open and a three-inch blade was found broken off in her shoulder blade. Teeth marks were found on her face and lungs, which had been torn from her chest. Eyewitnesses reported that when Singleton was picked up by police, he was naked in the middle of the street, covered in blood and staring at the sky. A medical examination performed shortly after his capture found human flesh in his stomach which was not his own.
On November 7, 2003, he was sentenced to life in prison. He had been convicted of murder and aggravated mayhem the previous June after pleading not guilty by reason of insanity at the time of the murder. The court ruled that his intoxication and plea of insanity were not satisfactory reasons for committing the crime.
In 2004, Stress Free Entertainment and Black Market Records released a solo album by him called It's All Bad.
Note: Also nicknamed "3XL"
Big Lurch Discography
|BMR7117-2||Big Lurch||It's All Bad (CD)||Black Market Records (2)||BMR7117-2||US||2004||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|EW-231||RBL Posse Featuring Mystikal & Big Lurch||RBL Posse Featuring Mystikal & Big Lurch - How We Comin' (12", Single)||Big Beat||EW-231||US||1997||Sell This Version|
|none||Cosmic Slop Shop, Richie Rich (2), Big Lurch||Cosmic Slop Shop, Richie Rich (2), Big Lurch - The World Iz Mine / Who Got The Steel (12", W/Lbl)||Not On Label||none||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|