|Studio album by|
|Released||December 5, 2006|
|Genre||West Coast Rap, Gangsta rap|
|Label||100 Rack Ent. / Sumo Records|
|Messy Marv chronology|
100 Racks is an album by Yukmouth and Messy Marv in 2006.
Jerold Dwight Ellis III, better known by his stage name Yukmouth, is an American rapper from East Oakland, Oakland, California. He is the founder of The Regime, Smoke-A-Lot Records and Godzilla Entertainment. He is a member of Thug Lordz with C-Bo.
Marvin Watson Jr., better known by his stage name Messy Marv, is an American rapper who began his career in the Fillmore District of San Francisco, California.
|2||"This Is How We Bang"||Yukmouth, Messy Marv, Matt Blaque||2:56|
|3||"On the Block All Day"||Yukmouth, Messy Marv, Damaurie, Pretty Black||3:27|
|4||"We Do What We Do"||Yukmouth, Messy Marv, Pretty Black||3:36|
|5||"Fuckin Wit Grapes"||Yukmouth, Messy Marv||3:28|
|6||"Get This Money Man"||Yukmouth, Messy Marv||3:53|
|8||"You Knew That"||Yukmouth, Messy Marv||2:51|
|9||"Sippin on 100 Racks"||Yukmouth, Messy Marv, Matt Blaque||3:46|
|10||"1st of the Month"||Yukmouth, Dru Down, Monsta Gunjah||4:07|
|11||"I Hit You Wit the Pepper"||Messy Marv, Click Clack Gang||3:18|
|12||"Mob Muzic"||Yukmouth, Tha Realest, Monsta Gunjah||4:15|
|13||"Im a Hustla, Hustla"||Messy Marv, Click Clack Gang||3:48|
|14||"They Mad, I Laugh"||Yukmouth, Tha Realest, Pretty Black||4:23|
|15||"Fuck Wit It"||Messy Marv, Click Clack Gang||3:33|
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