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Jayo Felony

  • Dec 18, 1972 (age 47)

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2011
Don't Stop Her
AlbumDec 13, 2011

Don't Stop Her

Don't Stop Her released.
2007
Criminal Intent
AlbumMar 23, 2007

Criminal Intent

Criminal Intent released.
2001
Crip Hop
AlbumJan 1, 2001

Crip Hop

Crip Hop is the fourth studio album by San Diego-based …
Crip Hop is the fourth studio album by San Diego-based American rapper Jayo Felony. It was released on October 23, 2001 via American Music Corporation. The nineteen-track record was produced by DJ Battlecat, K-Def, Rick Rock, Soopafly, Ty Fyffe, Caviar, Chevvy, Flip Matrix, Ghetto Warden, Overdose, Sandlofer Music, and DJ Silk. Fellow rappers E-40, Spice 1, Baby Skar, Tiggi Diamonds, Young Crook, Young Nube, and Dulo Gang made guest appearances on the album. It was an improvement over his last album, Underground, making it to number 53 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number ten on the Top Independent Albums chart and featuring the hit single "She Loves Me".
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SongJan 1, 2001

Came Round
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SongJan 1, 2001

Catch 'Em In The Mornin' (Jay-Z Diss)
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2000
Tha Eastsidaz
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MovieAug 29, 2000

Tha Eastsidaz

Snap, Crackle, and Pop are top dogs in the Eastsidaz gang …
Snap, Crackle, and Pop are top dogs in the Eastsidaz gang in Long Beach. Pop, also known as Killa, is the alpha dog. He has Crackle and Snap set up a big drug deal that's going to put him on easy street. But Crackle and Snap have their own agenda: they kill the suppliers, take a suitcase of money, and set up Killa to take the fall. Stuck in the state pen in Chino, Killa has his gang figure out what really happened while he hatches an escape plan. Meanwhile, Crackle has kidnaped Killa's sweetie, Booboo, and the government has confiscated his assets. Can Killa Pop escape Chino, rescue Booboo, exact revenge, find the loot, and elude the police?
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1999
Underground
AlbumNov 16, 1999

Underground

Underground is the third album by rapper, Jayo Felony. The …
Underground is the third album by rapper, Jayo Felony. The album was released in 1999 for Eureka Records and was produced by Laness Daniel and DJ Silk. The album was not a critical or commercial success like his previous album, Whatcha Gonna Do? and did not chart on any album charts.
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SongNov 16, 1999

Du Lo Gang
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1998
Whatcha Gonna Do?
AlbumAug 25, 1998

Whatcha Gonna Do?

Whatcha Gonna Do? is the second studio album by San Diego …
Whatcha Gonna Do? is the second studio album by San Diego-based American rapper Jayo Felony. It was released in August 25, 1998 via Def Jam Records. The eighteen-track record features guest appearances from DMX, E-40, Kokane, 8Ball & MJG, Method Man & Redman, and Westside Connection.
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SongAug 25, 1998

Nitty Gritty
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1995
Take a Ride
AlbumMay 30, 1995

Take a Ride

Take a Ride is the debut album by San Diego-based American …
Take a Ride is the debut album by San Diego-based American rapper Jayo Felony. It was released on May 30, 1995 via Jam Master Jay's JMJ Records label. Audio production of the sixteen-track record was handled by Tony "T-Funk" Pearyer, Prodagee Productions, Marlin Wiggins, Randy Allen and Jam Master Jay, who also served as executive producers. The album peaked at number 65 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
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SongMay 30, 1995

Sherm Stick
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SongMay 30, 1995

I'ma Keep Bangin'
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SongMay 30, 1995

The Loc Is on His Own
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1972
Jayo Felony
BirthDecember 1972

Jayo Felony

Jayo Felony was born.
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