Mob Figaz

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Mob Figaz
OriginSan Francisco Bay Area, California, United States
GenresWest Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap, Mafioso rap
Years active1997–present
LabelsWest Coast Mafia, Git Paid Entertainment
Associated actsC-Bo, Yukmouth, Mac Dre, B-Luv, Andre Nickatina
Rydah J. Klyde
The Jacka (deceased)

Mob Figaz is a Bay Area hip hop group formed by C-Bo in 1997. The members consist of Husalah, Rydah J. Klyde, and The Jacka from Pittsburg; Fed-X from Richmond; and AP.9 from Oakland, California.[1]

Their first album, C-Bo's Mob Figaz, was a minor success, reaching #63 on Billboard's Top R&B Albums chart.[2] On February 2, 2015, Mob Figaz member The Jacka was fatally shot by an unidentified gunman in Oakland.[3]


Guest appearances[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Album
1998 "Ride Til' We Die" C-Bo, 151 Til My Casket Drops
1998 "Real" C-Bo Til My Casket Drops
1998 "Big Gangsta" C-Bo, Laroo, Lil Bo Til My Casket Drops
1998 "You Created Me" Lunasicc, 151, Killa Tay & C-Bo A Million Words, A Million Dollars
1999 "Bad Boyz" 3X Krazy Immortalized
1999 "Immortalize" 3X Krazy Immortalized
1999 "All About Dollarz" Agerman Success Is the Best Revenge
2000 "Born Killaz" C-Bo Enemy of the State
2000 "Ghetto Desperatos" Mr. Sandman Quicksand
2001 "1,2,3" Ba Block Report
2001 "Gangsta" Big Lurch, Lil Ric, Laroo Gangsta Rap Greatest Hits - Northwest Whoride
2002 "Intergalactical" Chino Nino Knockem Wit Game
2002 "War" The Delinquents & Hittaz On Da Payroll The Dominion Continues...
2002 "Last Dayz" II Sicc, Blac, AP.9 & Fed-X Talez from the Sicc
2003 "Sometimes" C-Bo West Side Ryders 3
2004 "Fedi's Theme" Mac Dre The Game Is Thick, Vol. 2
2005 "Rock Out" Luni Coleone The Narration
2005 "Sometimes I" The Jacka The Jack Artist
2005 "The Five" RobLo Movement Union
2006 "Wild Night" Mac Dre 16 wit Dre, Vol. 2 & The Best of Mac Dre, Vol. 4
2010 "Goin' 4 Blood" The Jacka The Dre Area, Vol. 2
2018 "All my Enemies" AP.9 94th n Jack


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  2. ^, Mob Figaz - C-BO, retrieved 9 October 2009
  3. ^ "Bay Area Rapper 'The Jacka' Killed In Oakland Shooting". KPIX. 2 Feb 2015. Retrieved 3 February 2015.