Celly Cel

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Marcellus McCarver (Born in Vallejo, CA)

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Criminalz:
Criminalz

Spice 1 (A.K.A. Spiggaty Ace, Spiggaty One, Spiceberg Slim, The Black Bossalini & Fettie Chico) (Born Robert L. Green, Jr. in Byron, TX)
Celly Cel (Born Marcellus McCarver in Vallejo, CA)

See Also: Spice 1

Albums
Celly Cel - The G Filez
Celly Cel - Deep Conversation
Celly Cel Presents...Live From The Ghetto
Celly Cel - It'z Real Out Here
Celly Cel Presents The Wild West
Criminalz - Criminal Activity

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E-40 - Tha Hall Of Game
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Keak Da Sneak - Deified
Luniz - The Lost Tapes 2
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Mob Tales
The Mossie - Point Seen, Money Gone
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Spice 1 - Me And My Guns
Suga T - Gettin' It
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Thug Gentlemen Vol. 1
West Coast Resurrection
Westside Riderz Vol. 1

Bio From AllMusic.Com
Born Marcellus McCarver, Celly Cel grew up in Vallejo, CA, just north of San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area. His drawling hardcore gangster lyrics and G-funk productions first appeared in 1994 on Heat 4 Yo Azz, but Celly had been making demos and honing his skills as far back as 1990. Released on E-40's Sick Wid It label, Heat 4 Yo Azz was well-received and the following year his best-selling album to date, Killa Kali, was unleashed. Celly didn't have another release of his own until 1998's The G Filez; in the interim, however, he managed to show up on records by E-40, Mossie, B-Legit, Jay Tee, D-Shot, Young Dre, Latino Velvet, and Messy Marv. Sick Wid It and Celly Cel parted ways after The G Files and a best-of was released the next year. Celly didn't miss a beat, though, and in 2000 he started his own label, Realside, and released a new album, Deep Conversation. His next project was a hardcore rap supergroup, the Criminalz with Spice 1 and Jayo Felony. Their Realside album, Criminal Activity, was released in 2001. Song'z U Can't Find, a compilation of guest verses and otherwise rare material, came out in 2002, and It'z Real Out Here his fifth studio album followed three years later. - Wade Kergan

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