Messy Marv

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Government Name
Marvin Watson (A.K.A. MessCalen & The Boy Boy Young Mess) (Born in Fillmore District, San Francisco, CA)

Groups
Izrealz:
Messy Marv (A.K.A. MessCalen & The Boy Boy Young Mess) (Born Marvin Watson in Fillmore District, San Francisco, CA)
I-Rocc

Bullys Wit Fullys:
Killa Tay (Born October 24, 1978 in Washington, D.C.)
Guce
Messy Marv (A.K.A. MessCalen & The Boy Boy Young Mess) (Born Marvin Watson in Fillmore District, San Francisco, CA)

The Régime:
See The Régime

See Also: The Régime, San Quinn, Strong Arm Steady, Marvaless, Mob Figaz, 3X Krazy, Luniz & Killa Tay

Albums
Messy Marv - Messy Situationz
Messy Marv - Disobayish
Messy Marv - Bandannas, Tattoos And Tongue Rings
Izrealz - The Re-Up
Messy Marv & Mitchy Slick - Messy Slick
Yukmouth & Messy Marv - 100 Racks
Messy Marv Presents Slangin' At The Corner Store
Messy Marv - The Tonite Show

Also Featured On...
The Bay's Best
Beware Of Those Vol. 2
Big Scoob - Damn Fool
Big Treez Ent./A-Wax Present...Who Got It?
Black C - Still Ruthless
Celly Cel - The G Filez
Corporate Thuggin'
D-Shot Presents Boss Ballin' 2: The Mob Bosses
D.Z. - Sleepless City Livin'
dead prez & Outlawz - Can't Sell Dope Forever
DJ Age Presents The New West Order
DJ Heat Presents New Year, New Hustle: The New Bay Vol. 11
Dru Down - Chronicles Of A Pimp
E-A-Ski - Gangsta Funk (Thug Radio Mixtape)
E-40 - Breakin' News
E-40 - Revenue Retrievin': Night Shift
Fillmoe To The Crest
Gorilla Pimpin'
Heated Speeches Compilation Volume 1
Herm - Back In Stride Again
Herm - We Made It Happen
Hittaz On Tha Payroll - Ghetto Stories
Keak Da Sneak - Deified
Major Work
Million Dollar Dream: The High Powered Double Album
Mob House 2: Mob-A-Lennium
The Mossie - Point Seen, Money Gone
Music 2 Kill By
Andre Nickatina
Rappin' 4-Tay - 4 Tha Hard Way
Rappin' 4-Tay - That's What You Thought
Rappin' 4-Tay - The World Is A Ghetto
The Régime - All Out War Vol. 1 Mix CD
The Régime - All Out War Volume II
San Quinn - Quinndo Mania!: The Best Of San Quinn
San Quinn - Giants & Elephants Radio Vol. 2: We Own The Streets
September 7th - Western Hospitality
September 7th - Western Hospitality 2
September 7th - Western Hospitality 4
September 7th - Western Hospitality 5
Suga Free - Sunday School
Tech N9ne - Collabos: Sickology 101
Too $hort & Friends - I Love The Bay
Yay Area Most Wanted Volume 2: E-40 Charlie Hustle Edition
Yukmouth - United Ghettos Of America
Yukmouth - City Of Smoke
Yukmouth - Lord Of War
Yukmouth - Free At Last

Bio From AllMusic.Com
Messy Marv is a West Coast rapper from the Bay Area who debuted in 1996 and released a dizzying number of albums in later years. Born Marvin Watson, he grew up in the Eddy Street housing projects in the Fillmore District of San Francisco. As a teenager he made his commercial recording debut in 1996 with the full-length album Messy Situationz. A couple years later he released the West Coast underground classic Explosive Mode (1998), a collaboration with his cousin, rapper San Quinn, with guest features from some of the Bay Area's most prominent rap artists of the time: rappers E-40, Rappin' 4-Tay, and Celly Cel along with producers Mike Mosley and Tone Capone. A steady stream of albums followed -- Death on a Bitch (1999), Still Explosive (2001), Turf Politics (2002), Turf Thuggin' (2002), Bonnie & Clyde (2003) -- though none was particularly popular or as well received as Explosive Mode had been. Moreover, Messy Marv struggled with personal issues during this period; for instance, he was confined to a wheelchair for half a year after breaking both of his legs in a fall from a fourth-floor window in 2001. He reached the Billboard charts for the first time with Disobayish (2004), a mainstream breakthrough featuring guest features by West Coast superstars E-40, Keak da Sneak, Too Short, and Nate Dogg. The follow-up album Bandannas, Tattoos And Tongue Rings (2005) was similarly popular, reaching the Billboard charts and spawning the regional hit "Get on My Hype." A subsequent prison stint didn't affect Messy Marv's musical output much. He continued releasing several albums a year, a mix of solo efforts, collaborations, and mixtapes. In 2006 he had a big hit with "So Hood," a collaboration with Guce from the Bullys wit Fullys album The Infrastructure. - Jason Birchmeier

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