Synonyms for marvaless or Related words with marvaless

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Examples of "marvaless"
Just Marvaless is an EP by rapper Marvaless, released on January 24, 1995. It peaked at number 71 on the "Billboard" Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
Rappers C-Bo, Marvaless, and Lunasicc are among those native to the area.
Bonnie and Clyde is a 2003 collaboration album by Messy Marv and Marvaless.
Several songs for Richie Rich on albums The Game, Half Thang, Nixon Pryor Roundtree and Seasoned Veteran and multiple tracks for Marvaless on albums Fearless, Ghetto Blues, Just Marvaless and Wiccked gave him recognition as one of the hottest producers in the Bay Area.
Wiccked is the third studio album by rapper Marvaless, released on August 6, 1996. It peaked at number 48 on the "Billboard" Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
Marva Jean Cooks II (born August 28, 1973), better known by her stage name Marvaless, is an American rapper from Sacramento, California.
Fearless is studio album by west coast rapper Marvaless, released April 21, 1998, on AWOL/Noo Trybe Records. The album peaked at #43 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, making it her most successful album to date.
Ghetto Blues is the debut studio album by rapper Marvaless, released on June 30, 1994. It peaked at number 100 on the "Billboard" Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
Money to Burn is the 10th studio album by American rapper C-Bo, released August 8, 2006 on West Coast Mafia Records. It peaked at number 71 on the "Billboard" Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 49 on the "Billboard" Top Independent Albums. The album features guest performances by Outlawz, Baby Bash, Laroo, Pizzo and Marvaless.
The Best of C-Bo is the first greatest hits compilation released by American rapper C-Bo. It was released November 21, 1995 on AWOL Records and features songs from C-Bo's first three albums, guest performances from other AWOL Records releases as well as rare and unreleased songs. The album features production by DJ Daryl, Mike Mosley and Sam Bostic. It peaked at number 35 on the "Billboard" Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. E-40 and B-Legit appear on the album, as well as labelmates, Marvaless and Mississippi.
Luni Coleone often collaborates with fellow West Coast artists such as: X-Raided, Mac Dre, Brotha Lynch Hung, Skandal, Skee 64 Oz., Hollow Tip, C-Bo, Killa Tay, Marvaless, and was produced by super producer Hugh Heff and Big Hollis. Although Luni Coleone is not a hyphy artist per se, he has embraced the culture and recorded hyphy songs. In 2006, he was featured on Playalitical's album "Code Green" on the song "The New West" alongside the legendary Spice 1, Duce Stabs, Young Droop Spoke-In-Wordz,also featured on MC Raw Thuggish ..
In the Mouth of Madness is the fourth album released by Luni Coleone. It was released on February 20, 2001 for Sicc-a-Cell Records and was produced by Killa Tay, Luni Coleone, JT the Bigga Figga, Willie Hollis and Trump Tight. "In the Mouth of Madness" peaked at #85 on the Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, making it his most successful album to date. Guests on the album include Bay Area legends Killa Tay, Daz Dillinger, X-Raided, Guce, B-Legit and Marvaless. The skit "Cigga Weed" features some of Chris Tucker's dialogue from the film "Rush Hour".
In 1993, a year after finishing high school, Cooks got together with C-Bo to record her debut album, "Ghetto Blues", through AWOL Records. Successive solo releases were "Just Marvaless" (1995), "Wiccked" (1996), "Fearless" (1998), and "Ghetto Blues 2001" (2001). During this time, Cooks also made a series of guest appearances on records by acts including 2Pac, Conscious Daughters, Mac Mall, Master P, Mac Dre, and AWOL label mates Lunasicc and C-Bo. She also performed with artists including Ice Cube, Biggie Smalls, Do or Die, and Redman.
The Central Valley has been home to many Country, Funk, Jazz, Soul, Nu metal, and Doowop musicians. The Valley has many influences in American music mainly through the “Bakersfield Sound,” the “Doowop Era” of the 1950s and 1960s, through the “R&B,” music scene of the 1980s’ and also through the Bakersfield Rap Music Scene often referred to as: Indie Hip Hop, Central California Hip Hop, West Coast Rap, Underground Rap, or Central Valley Hip Hop. The Central Valley is known for many famous musicians from Country, R&B, and Doowop to Jazz & Funk artist such as: Buck Owens, Korn, Merle Haggard, Billy Mize, Red Simpson, The Maddox Brothers and Rose, Mind Body & Soul Band, The Paradons, The Colts, Brittany Tanner, and the Sons of the San Joaquin. The Central Valley is also home to many west coast bands from Bakersfield, Modesto, Stockton, and Fresno to as far as Sacramento bands, such as Black Diamond Band, The Perri Sisters, The Reach band, and Sweet Smoke. The Central Valley also houses many rappers, DJs’, and R&B Hip Hop artist such as: DRS, C-BO, Fina, Brotha Lynch, Mechey Belly, T-Nutty, Killa Tay, Clacc2sta, Soni Montana, Planet Asia, Big Chill, Diego Redd, X-Raided, The Def Dames, Marvaless, Pooh Grizzly, Nutzo, U Turn, Big Sneaky AD, DJ Flash, , E Loc, DJ. Phresh Kutz, Fashawn, DJ. Sparkle, Blackalicious, Shake Da Mayor, Truth tha Brainchild, Eddie Brock, Big Snake, T bone, Thin One, Casanovaa, Toney G, Luni Coleone, Automacc, Flawlis Bailey and many more.