Ray Luv

Ray Tyson

Also known as Ray Love
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.rayluv.com, http://www.myspace.com/therealrayluv, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Luv

Discography of Ray Luv:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 In The Game 6 Audio 1995 Atlantic
2 Who Can Be Trusted 6 Audio 1992 Strictly Business Records
3 Forever Hustlin' 17 Audio 1995 Atlantic
4 Definition Of Ah Hustla / Ride With The Luvva Man 6 Audio 1995 Atlantic
5 Get My $Money On! 6 Audio 1992 Strictly Business Records
6 In The Game 6 Audio 1995 Atlantic
7 Last Nite EP 5 Audio 1993 Young Black Brotha Records
8 Last Nite / Mo Careful 6 Audio 1993 Young Black Brotha Records
9 Forever Hustlin' 18 Audio 1995
10 Who Can Be Trusted? 11 Audio 1992 Strictly Business Records
11 A Prince In Exile 17 Audio 2002-09-10 Sesed Out Records
12 All About My Fetti 3 Audio 1995 Tommy Boy
13 Black Wall Street Compilation 14 Audio 2003 Black Wall Street, Inc.
14 You Can Call Me Crazy 4 Audio 1999 Big Eddie Recordings
15 Definition Of Ah Hustla / Ride With The Luvva Man 6 Audio 1995 Atlantic
16 Who Can Be Trusted? 12 Audio 1992 Strictly Business Records
17 In The Game 6 Audio 1995
18 Definition Of Ah Hustla 6 Audio
19 Get My $Money On! 11 Audio 1993 Strictly Business Records
20 Forever Hustlin' 18 Audio 1995
21 Last Nite 8 Audio 1993 Young Black Brotha Records
22 Coup D' Etat (Betrayal, Trickery, & Deceit) 15 Audio 1998 Big Eddie Recordings
23 Forever Hustlin' 15 Audio 1995
24 Coup D' Etat (Betrayal, Trickery, & Deceit) 15 Audio 1998 Big Eddie Recordings


Ray Luv, a native of the South Park district of Santa Rosa, California came on the scene of San Francisco Bay Area rap with his 1992 single "Get Ma Money On!" off his "Who Can Be Trusted?" EP. One of the producers of the album was the [a=Khayree]. Ray Luv formed a rap group named [a=Strictly Dope] with [a=2Pac] in the late 80s. In 1995, he released "Forever Hustlin," which put him on the map locally. Ray Luv was part of the rap scene that grew out of Vallejo, California during the 1990s. Acts such as [a=Mac Mall], [a=Dubee Aka Sugawolf], [a=E-40], [a=Mac Dre], [a=Young Lay] and others put Vallejo's rap scene on the map during the 1990s. San Francisco based radio station 106.1 FM KMEL helped these acts get (locally) famous by giving them much deserved air time. Ray Luv is also a part of the group [a=Link Crew, The].


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