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Fat Pat Biography

Patrick Hawkins, popularly known as Fat Pat was an American rapper from Houston, Texas who was a member of DEA (Dead End Alliance) with his brother John “Big Hawk” Hawkins and DJ Screw, and Kay-K, all original members of the Screwed Up Click(S.U.C.).

Fat Pat Age/Nationality

He was born on 4 December 1970 and died on 3 February 1998 when he was 27 years old. Being born in Third Ward, Houston, Texas, he is of American nationality and of mixed ethnicity.

Fat Pat Spouse/Divorced

During, his lifetime, Pat remains to be secretive and very lowkey about his relationship status. Details about it are not yet known. Information regarding his dating affairs or him having a girlfriend, wife or kids is not known and will be updated when we get them.

Fat Pat Family

Wreckshop Records released his first two albums, Ghetto Dreams and Throwed In Da Game in 1998 after his death. Later releases were on the Screwed Up Click label.

Fat Pat Education

As of education background, not much is known, information about it will be updated as soon as possible. We only know that Pat attended Sterling High School. The rest of the information will be updated later.

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Fat Pat Career

His career took off in the mid-1990s alongside his older brother Big Hawk (John Edward Hawkins), Lil’ Keke, and others as pioneers of the Screwed and Chopped phenomenon in the group S.U.C.

He performed at numerous Houston nightclubs, parties, and freestyle garage sessions. Fat Pat signed with Wreckshop Records and began recording his debut album.

Fat Pat Songs

◊  Tops Drop
◊  Reality
◊  Superstar

◊  If You Only Knew
◊  Wreckshop
◊  Dreamz

◊  Peep n’ Me
◊  So Real
◊  Body Roc
◊  If U Only Knew

◊  Why They Hatin’ Us
◊  Do What You Wanna Do
◊  25 Lighters

◊  Friends We Know
◊  Jammin Screw
◊  Heart Of A Huster
◊  Swang Down

◊  Am I a Playa
◊  Do You Like What You See
◊  Tha Last Man Standin’

◊  Pymp Tyte
◊  Do U Like What U See
◊  Ghetto Dreams

◊  Missing Our G’s
◊  All About My Doe
◊  3rd Coast

◊  Do You Love The South Side
◊  Gangsta Strut
◊  Screwed For Life

◊  Freestyle
◊  Wanna Be Balla
◊  Money Over Bitches

Fat Pat Net worth

As of 2019, his estimated net worth is approximately $ 100 K – $ 1 Million. Detailed information about his property, cars he owns, airplanes, luxuries, houses, the monthly/yearly salary are not yet available and will be updated as soon as we get to hear from him or from other sources.

Fat Pat Albums

♦  Ghetto Dreams
♦  Throwed in da Game
♦  I Had a Ghetto Dream

♦  Purple Drank
♦  Southern Elites
♦  Purple Drank, Vol. 4

♦  Messy Marv Presents: Pay the Fee
♦  H-Town Chronic 8
♦  H-Town Chronic 16

♦  H-Town Chronic 15
♦  H-Town Chronic 3
♦  Still I Strive

♦  H-Town Chronic 22
♦  H-Town Chronic 10
♦  H-Town Chronic 7

♦  Greatest Hits (Wreckchopped & Screwed)
♦  Lil C Presents H-Town Chronic 6

Fat Pat Death

Fat Pat was shot and killed in Houston on 3 February 1998 after visiting his club promoter’s apartment to collect payment for a performance at 10440 South Drive, Houston, Texas, after going to a promoter’s apartment to collect an appearance fee.

Two weeks after his death, his debut, Ghetto Dreams, with the featured single Tops Drop, was released by Wreckshop Records.

His album release party became a wake of hip-hop artists as notable rappers Scarface, Willie D, Lil’ Keke, DJ Screw, and others paid their respects. During its first week, the album sold more than 20,000 copies.

Later that year Wreckshop Records released a second album Throwed in da Game, which featured the single Holla at Cha Later.

Fat Pat Trivia

Big Hawk, his brother was also shot dead on 1 May 2006.

In 1998, following Pat’s death, fellow Screwed Up Click and Wreckshop Records rapper D-Reck decided to make a documentary that combined footage both old and new of Fat Pat and members of both rap cliques.

In 1999, the 50-minute film, Fat Pat – Ghetto Dreams, was released and then re-released on DVD a year later as a double feature with another SUC-made film starring Big Moe entitled Mann! The Movie.