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Messy Marv
Birth name Marvin Watson
Also known as The Boy Boy Young Mess, MessCalen
Born 1974
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1993-present
Labels Scalen LLC / Koch Entertainment
Associated acts The Regime, San Quinn,Zaytoven

Marvin Watson, better known by his stage name Messy Marv, is an American rapper from the Fillmore District of San Francisco, California.


Early life

In one of his videos from the Still Explosive album of 2001 he can be seen exiting the hospital in a wheel chair which he used for six months before he could walk again. During this time he continued to perform on stage. [1]

In the early 2000's Producer/Beat Maker Zaytoven started his beat-making career making beats for Messy Marv and fellow San Francisco rapper San Quinn before his move to Atlanta.

Recent career

Since his near brush with death he has recorded numerous albums between the years 2002 and the present, 2010. Among other projects another classic bay area record called DisoBAYish featuring collaborations with Mack Fee, E-40, Keak Da Sneak, Too Short and Nate Dogg and mitchy slick and many more.

In addition to his collaborative efforts with Guce, Messy Marv has released several albums with his cousin and fellow prominent Bay Area rapper San Quinn. He has received considerable attention for his hit song "Get On My Hype", and the Bullys Wit Fullys music video, "So Hood" was in heavy rotation on MTV Jams. He collaborated with David Banner and Pastor Troy on the album What You Know Bout Me? Part 1 and also released an album with Yukmouth titled 100 Racks. He released a 2007 album with San Diego rapper Mitchy Slick entitled "Messy Slick". Messy Marv was also featured on a track titled "Nothin" with Tech N9ne and Big Scoob on Tech N9ne's collaboration album Sickology 101.

On November 2, 2007, Messy Marv was released from jail after serving nine months on weapons charges.[2]

Messy Marv's song "Tuck Dat Shit", a song about chains and other expensive jewelry, caused controversy with lines "I aint never had my chain snatched lets make that clear/ wonder who gone snatch Mistah Fab chain dis year...people in here fakin know they aint got chains/ in the Bay we call em bootsy ass bitches San Quinns mayne". Controversy was cited due to the dissing of fellow Bay area rap artist.

Messy Marv's latest music can be found on the song "Fugitive" by Kansas City based artist "Maniac".



  1. ^ "MAKING MESSY MARV", San Francisco Bay Guardian Online, November 21, 2006
  2. ^ "For S.F. rappers, another dream deferred", San Francisco Chronicle, May 15, 2007

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