Marva Jean Cooks II, known by her stage name Marvaless, is an American rapper born on August 28, 1975, in Sacramento, California. With a career spanning over two decades, Marvaless has become a prominent figure in the rap, gangsta rap, west coast hip hop, and hardcore rap genres.

Marvaless began her career in 1992, just a year after finishing high school. She collaborated with C-Bo to record her debut album, “Ghetto Blues,” released through AWOL Records. She went on to release several solo albums, including “Just Marvaless” (1995), “Wiccked” (1996), “Fearless” (1998), and “Ghetto Blues 2001” (2001). Throughout her career, Marvaless has made numerous guest appearances on records by various artists such as 2Pac, Conscious Daughters, Mac Mall, Master P, Mac Dre, and her AWOL label mates Lunasicc and C-Bo. She has also shared the stage with well-known artists like Ice Cube, Biggie Smalls, Do or Die, and Redman.

In 2003, Marvaless returned to the music scene with “Bonnie and Clyde,” a collaboration album with Messy Marv. She then teamed up with The Jacka and Husalah of Mob Figaz for the collaborative project “3 Da Hard Way” in 2005. The same year, she released her solo album “Ready Made.” Her latest album, “Queen of The Mob,” was released in 2010, and she has plans to release another solo album, “Marva Jean,” with Legasi Records. Additionally, she was featured on the album “A Female Grind” by Thugg Miss in 2013.

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