Reek Daddy

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Reek Daddy
Birth name Mariko Nash[1]
Born Vallejo, California
Genres Hip hop, west coast hip hop, hyphy
Occupations Rapper
Years active 1998-present
Labels Thizz Nation, N.O.Y.B. Records
Associated acts Mac Dre

Mariko Nash, better known by his stage name Reek Daddy, and also P-Reek, is an American rapper from Vallejo, California. He signed to Thizz Nation, a subdivision of the late Mac Dre's label Thizz Entertainment.

Early career[edit]

Born on 26 August 1969, Nash started making his own demos using very limited equipment at the early age of 13. He performed live at the Omega Boys Club frequently and quickly became popular amongst the underground rap society. By the time he got to high school, he was known to destroy any competition battling with MC's who would challenge him from every direction. Reek Daddy was very intelligent but side-tracked by the streets. He attended Vallejo High School and Sacramento High School briefly, but graduated from People's High School, a continuation school in Vallejo. After graduation, Nash purchased a 1973 Chevy Impala and rentes an apartment in Sacramento with his girlfriend and their four-month-old son, "Lil' Reek". Reek survived off of odd jobs, such as hard labor here and there and otherwise he had to hustle. He would later be signed to Thizz Nation and appear on albums such as Mac Dre's Stupid Doo Doo Dumb and Turf Buccaneers.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • 25 to Life on the Streets (2003)
  • Babbi Land (2005)
  • 'Wreak Havoc (2005)
  • The Reekalation (2006)
  • Cutthoat Bizz (2007)
  • Sawyer St. Mob (2007)
  • Straight Pirate Type (2010)
  • Super Thug (2010)
  • Cuudy Bang (2010)
  • The Reekalation II (2011)

with Mr. Skrillz[edit]

  • Sacto 2 Da Crest (2009)

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Song Artist(s) Album
1998 "Crest Creepers" Mac Dre, Da'unda'dogg, Dubee, Jamar, Mac Mall, Naked Stupid Doo Doo Dumb
1999 "Dangerous Prospecx" Dubee, Naked, Da'unda'dogg Dangerous Prospects
2001 "Punk Rock" Mac Dre, Cutthoat Committee, 44 Hoes, Willy Hen Turf Buccaneers
2001 "Reek Daddy" Mac Dre, Cutthoat Committee, 44 Hoes, Willy Hen Turf Buccaneers-
2006 "Rasta Man" Miami, Vital Miami's Collection of Dope
2007 "All the Above" Miami, Lil Cavey, Dubee Miami and the Nation of Thizzlam, Pt. 2
2008 "On My Block" Mr. Skrillz, G-Bundle, T-Bone Customer Service
"911 Emergency" Mr. Skrillz, Mac Cheeze, Gaf Pak Wigglenomics
"Code of the Streets" Mr. Skrillz, Mac Cheeze, The Jacka, Fed-X, Husalah, G-Bundle, Scavenger Click, Bijou, Snake Z, Hard 2 Trust, Gaf Pak
"Toe Up" Smoov-E Rusty Squeezebox
2009 "Mr. Moneymaker" Mr. Biscuits
2010 "On My Block" Mr. Skrillz, G-Bundle Four Full Thangs
"Shemygo" (Remix) Mr. Skrillz, J-Diggs, Mac Dre, The Jacka, San Quinn, Lee Majors, Mistah F.A.B., Rydah J. Klyde, Cellski, Boss Hogg, Miami
"I'm From the Yay" Mr. Skrillz, Mac Mall
"Pimpin By Da Pak" Mr. Skrillz, G-Bundle, Gaf Pak, Cali-O
"B***h" Dubee Tha Furly Ghost, Vol. 2
"From a Whole 2 a Half" T-Nutty, Mr. Skrillz Perfect Attendance
"Me & My Uzi" Mr. Skrillz, Mac Dre Corporate Money
"U Ain't No Gangsta" Mr. Skrillz, J-Diggs
"Westcoast Dopeboy" Mr. Skrillz, San Quinn
"Got da Hood Wi Me" Mr. Skrillz, Da'unda'dogg
2012 "Gangsters Come" Sleep Dank, Da'unda'dogg Still King of My City
"Crossroads" Jay Tee On One

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