|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Mac Melph Calio||13||Audio||1995||Cash Money Records|
|2||Uptown 4 Life||15||Audio||1996||Cash Money Records|
|3||Straight Out Tha Gutta||14||Audio||1998||Cash Money Records|
|4||Greatest Hits With New Songs||13||Audio||1997||Cash Money Records|
|5||The Return Of U.N.L.V. "Trend Setters"||19||Audio||2001||Blazin South Records|
|6||Keep It Gutta||16||Audio||2003||B Real Entertainment|
|7||Mac Melph Calio!!||6||Audio||1995||Cash Money Records|
|8||The Return Of U.N.L.V. Trend Setters||6||Audio||2001||Blazin South Records|
|9||6th & Baronne||13||Audio||1993||Cash Money Records|
U.N.L.V. are a hip-hop group from New Orleans, Louisiana, originally consisting of rappers [a=Tec-9], [a407591], and [a976852]. Their name is an acronym for "[b]U[/b]ptown [b]N[/b]iggas [b]L[/b]iving [b]V[/b]iolently".
They were one of the first artists signed to [l=Cash Money Records], where they recorded four albums from 1993 to 1996. Their first three albums on Cash Money were only distributed locally, but when Cash Money signed a larger distribution deal with [l=Universal Records] in 1998, much of their past music was re-released. Their releases were among the first well distributed examples of New Orleans Bounce music, produced by the Cash Money Records in-house producer [a=Mannie Fresh].
While their music did not gain much national attention, it was regionally successful in the New Orleans area.