Funky Aztecs

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The Funky Aztecs are a Chicano rap group from Vallejo, California. Original members included Merciless (Marco Parada), Indio - AKA Big Ric (Ricardo Parada), and Sapo-Loco. When Sapo Loco left the group due to unknown circumstances they later added Game and Mainy Moe.

Marco Parada was pulled over in 2008 in Wichita County, Texas for speeding. Officials found 58-pounds of marijuana stuffed in a duffel bag along with $1,300 in cash. Officers say the drugs could have sold for between $350,000 and $500,000.[1]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Chicano Blues (1992)
  • Day of the Dead/Dia De Los Muertos (1996)
  • Addicted (1999)

Solo projects[edit]

  • Merciless presents – Real Tales of the Funky Aztecs (2000)
  • Merciless – Step Into My World (2002)
  • Merciless – Flesh & Ink (2004)

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