Also known as UNLV
Members of U.N.L.V.: Lil' Ya, Tec-9, Yella Boy
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.N.L.V._%28group%29

Discography of U.N.L.V.:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label

Mac Melph Calio

13 mp3 1995 Cash Money Records

Uptown 4 Life

15 mp3 1996 Cash Money Records

Straight Out Tha Gutta

14 mp3 1998 Cash Money Records

Greatest Hits With New Songs

13 mp3 1997 Cash Money Records

The Return Of U.N.L.V. "Trend Setters"

19 mp3 2001 Blazin South Records

Keep It Gutta

16 mp3 2003 B Real Entertainment

Mac Melph Calio!!

6 mp3 1995 Cash Money Records

The Return Of U.N.L.V. Trend Setters

6 mp3 2001 Blazin South Records

6th & Baronne

13 mp3 1993 Cash Money Records
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U.N.L.V. are a hip-hop group from New Orleans, Louisiana, originally consisting of rappers Tec-9, [a407591, and [a976852. Their name is an acronym for "[bU[/bptown [bN[/biggas [bL[/biving [bV[/biolently".
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 Mannie Fresh.
While their music did not gain much national attention, it was regionally successful in the New Orleans area.

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