Coy began his career as a Christian rapper, but he felt like he was an outcast because of it. Coy began rapping and releasing songs as South Park Mexican and SPM in 1994.
He created his own record company, Dope House Records, in 1995 with his brother Arthur Jr. and friend Jose Antonio Garza from McAllen, Texas. Hillwood, Coy's debut album as South Park Mexican (SPM), was released in March 1995.
Coy spent two years promoting his debut album before beginning work on his second in 1997. Hustle Town, his second album, was released in March 1998. In Houston's underground rap culture, the record was a smash hit.
Coy's third album, Power Moves: The Table, was released on December 22, 1998, and received widespread acclaim. His fourth album, "The 3rd Wish: To Rock the World," was released on November 23, 1999, and the lead song, "High So High," reached #50 on the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks list.
He signed a joint venture with his label and Universal Music Group in February 2000, which netted him a $500,000 advance and nationwide distribution. Coy's albums were issued by Universal: Time is Money and The Purity Album (2000), and Never Change (2001).
The single "You Know My Name" from the Purity Album reached #99 on the Billboard R&B chart and #31 on the rap chart. Express from San Antonio- In a 2001 feature, news writer Ramiro Burr characterized the lyrical content of South Park Mexican: "SPM sings bawdy lyrics about growing up in the barrio and partying hard. But, he says, he also concentrates on working hard and believing in a better future."
His Universal recordings were not well received by the general public; according to Allmusic's Jason Birchmeier, "Coy's hardcore rapping proved to be too abrasive for the masses."
Dope House released his freestyle collection album Reveille Park in 2002. When Devils Strike, published in 2006, opened at #46 on the Billboard 200, and The Last Chair Violinist, released in 2008, were both recorded while Coy was incarcerated.
On September 30, 2014, he published The Son of Norma after a six-year absence.
The career of the rapper and songwriter is his primary earnings.
Also he has his own official merch and website, which provides him an additional source of income.
South Park Mexican's net worth is currently estimated at $14 million.
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Children: South Park Mexican has a daughter, Carley Coy and 2 sons, Jordan Dominique Odom, Carlos Coy, Jr.
Siblings: South Park Mexican has a sister named Sylvia Coy and a brother named Arthur Coy Jr.
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