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The Jacka
Also known as Jack
Genres Gangsta rap, West Coast hip hop
Occupations Rapper
Years active 1999–present
Labels The Artist, SMC Recordings
Associated acts Mob Figaz, Husalah, AP.9, Fed-X, Berner, Lee Bannon,

The Jacka is an American rapper from Pittsburg, California. He began his career with the Pittsburg group Mob Figaz,[1] whose first album, C-Bo's Mob Figaz, was released in 1999. He currently runs his own label.[2] His new project entitled "Broad Daylight" consists of 14 songs [3]Jacka won Ozone's patiently waiting award in 2008 [4]. The Jacka also converted to Islam and changed his name to Shaheed Akbar. Jacka currently runs his own label entitled The Artist Records.[5]

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Discography

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Solo albums

  • 2001: Jacka of the Mob Figaz
  • 2005: The Jack Artist
  • 2006: Jack of All Trades
  • 2009: Tear Gas U.S. #93[6]
  • 2010: Broad Daylight
  • 2010: The Dre Area, Volume 2

With Mob Figaz

  • 1999: C-Bo's Mob Figaz
  • 2001: The Comp
  • 2002: Camp Mob Figaz - Street Soundtrack
  • 2003: Mob Figaz
  • 2005: The Best of The Mob Figaz Vol. 1
  • 2008: The Best Of The Mob Figaz Vol. 2

Collaborations and compilations

  • 2005: 3 da Hard Way (with Husalah & Marvaless)
  • 2006: Mob Trial (with AP.9 & Husalah)
  • 2006: Shower Posse (with Husalah)
  • 2006: Explosive Mode 3: The Mob Gets Explosive (with Messy Marv, San Quinn & Husalah)
  • 2006: Animal Planet Mixtape (with Husalah)
  • 2007: 36 Zips (with Ampichino as Devilz Rejectz)
  • 2007: Mob Trial 2 (with Fed-X & Rydah J. Klyde)
  • 2008: Drought Season (with Berner) U.S. R&B #55[7]
  • 2008: Mob Trial 3 (with AP.9 & Fed-X)
  • 2008: The Outbreak Vol. 1 (with Kel of The Conference)
  • 2008: The GoBots (with Lee Majors)
  • 2008: The Street Album U.S. R&B #80[7]
  • 2009: The Price of Money (with 12 Gauge Shotie) U.S. R&B #88[7]
  • 2009: Drought Season 2 (with Berner)
  • 2009: Heads Up (with 40love)
  • 2010: Neva Be The Same - 20 Bricks: Season One (with Laroo)

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