|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Day Of Resurrection||22||Audio||2002||Dangerous Records|
|2||No One Is Real / Killer Boogie||4||Audio||1978||Pal|
Rajni Faulks was born on July 21, 1970 in Steubenville, Ohio and later moved to Los Angeles, namely Compton.
"Nini X" aka "Bloody Mary" was introduced to Ronnie Ron in 1993 by Tweedy Bird Loc. She was struggling at the time so Ronnie Ron started helping her out. At first he didn't want her to be on "Bangin On Wax", but she insisted and gave herself the name "Bloody Mary".
She made her debut on the single & music video "Piru Love" along with Lil Stretch, Redrum 781 & "CK".
She released her debut album "She's Dangerous" under "Nini X" in 1994. due to a misunderstanding Nini X left Dangerous Records and stopped working with Ronnie Ron over financial issues.
Due to the joint ventures with Quality Records and money being handled by Warlock, Nini X ended in bad terms with Ronnie Ron. She was featured on most of the first "Bangin On Wax" album. She released her second album under the name "Bloody Mary" with the album titled "Day Of Resurrection" in 2002. She was even signed to Death Row Records.
She was featuring on Tweedy Bird Loc’s work. Nini also appeared on Assassin’s ‘Hitworks Vol 1’ under the alias Nina Ross/Bloody Mary.
In November 19, 2006, Nini X was riding her motorbike and unintentionally became involved in somebody elses high speed chase. Nini’s bike was hit by an Escalade trying to outrun the police, and as a result she was placed into a braindead state and subsequently her life support was pulled. Nini X was killed in a motorcycle accident in Compton.