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Jayo Felony
Jayo Felony
James Savage
Born (1969-12-18) December 18, 1969 (age 49)
Portsmouth, Virginia, United States
OriginSoutheast San Diego, San Diego, California, United States
GenresWest Coast Hip Hop, Hip hop
LabelsDef Jam, JMJ,
Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, Tha Dogg Pound, Glasses Malone, E-40, Spider Loc, 40 Glocc, Xzibit

James Savage (born December 18, 1969), better known by his stage name Jayo Felony, is an American rapper from southeast San Diego, California.


In 1994 Jayo Felony was signed to the label owned by Jam Master Jay from RUN DMC called Jam Master Jay Records. That year, Jayo Felony released his debut album, Take a Ride.[1] In 1998, he released his follow-up album, Whatcha Gonna Do? on Def Jam. It featured rappers like Method Man, DMX, Mack 10, WC, Redman, Kokane, Ice Cube, E-40 and 8 Ball & MJG.

In 1999, he released Underground. He was due to release his fourth album, Hotter Than Fish Grease, in 2000, but for legal reasons the album was never released.[]

Tha Dogg Pound

In 2001, Jayo Felony claimed that Snoop Dogg stole the song "Crip Hop" and started an altercation on the set of Baby Boy. Snoop and Tha Eastsidaz took shots at Jayo on the song "Fuck All That Yappin" Jayo responded with "You's A Character" explaining the Baby Boy situation. In 2003, Jayo Felony later became involved in a rivalry with Daz Dillinger, for collaborating with Kurupt, and creating a group with him called "The Riflemen". Now they are all on good terms and Kurupt is back together with Tha Dogg Pound and Snoop Dogg.


Studio albums

Collaboration albums

Video games

Grand Theft Auto V - Sherm Stick can be heard under West Coast Classics in the game. Sherm Stick is one of Jayo Felony's hit songs from his first album "Take a Ride" Released May 17, 1994 for Jam Master Jay/ Def Jam Records.


  1. ^ Ankeny, Jason. "Biography: Jayo Felony". AMG. Retrieved 2010.

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