APPETITE OF A GRIZZLY Feat. PROPHET, TKO, HENACEE, AND LIL MENIZ
THUGGIN Feat. MALACHI, JAH-RISTA, K-EEZY, AND TWON-P
UM FROM ISOLA MANE
HOW 2 ROB THA INDUSTRY
TALK SHIT NOW
WHIP GAME Feat. MALACHI, & JAH-RISTA
4 MY HOOD NIGGAZ
GLASSES MALONE DROP
JUMP ON SUM SHIT Feat. NEEMA & DIRTAY
BAG BACK Feat. ESHIA NAE
O.T.I.S. On That Ignorant Shit
LIAR Feat. WOODPILE
WOODS TO THE STREETS Feat. BO-DEAL
MATHEW MOLNAR FROM AUSTRALIA SPEAKS
HATER Feat. TKO
BEAT BITER Feat. JAH-RISTA & SASSALINO
T.I.P. 2020 Feat. HEN-A-CEE
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Marlin Price grew up in the small town with a big heart known as Isola Mississippi. At the tender age of 2
his Mother was accidentally shot and killed by his Father while she was holding him in her arms. The bullet
had grazed young Marlin, nearly killing him also. He was raised in Isola by his Grandmother and later in life
relocated to the big city of Chicago to pursue his dream as a rap musician and writer.
He got the attention of world famous player The Arch Bishop Don Magic Juan, who enlisted C.O. to record
the title track “P.I.M.P” also known as “Players into Makin’ Paper” for his highly acclaimed book “From the
Pimpstick to the Pulpit”. This is relationship lasts to this day as you can ask Bishop Don himself and he will
“C.O. is as live as Kanye, or Twista, but he was before them!” –Arch Bishop Don Magic Juan, Street Masters
C.O. will also be on Bishop’s upcoming compilation “Skinnin’ Game” alongside Snoop Dogg, Too Short,
and many other gold and platinum acts.
Next C.O. created the regional successful Chi-Town group Black Mob which earned him some local radio
success getting spins from his friend the late Pinkhouse..
Also C.O. has worked with gold producer Soundmaster-T (Too Much Booty in the Pants) and the two
have formed a working alliance that is still relevant to this day.
From there C.O. became a solo artist and released his first effort A Good Side and a Bad Side this was an
ep release which is highly sought after to this day by collectors of underground rap over seas and has sold
for as high as a couple hundred dollars a copy on ebay.
Now C.O. was ready to drop his first solo album. It did not come until 2002 but was worth the wait. The
classic album “When I Hit the Bricks” was an instant underground classic earning him nominations for
awards such as the CDbaby Rap album of the year, and earning the title of the “Best of the Best for 2002
in Murder Dog Magazine.” Now C.O. was internationally known and respected by his peers.
C.O’s song “Chi-Town Brawler” was heard on HBO’s Fight Night as fighter Michael Bennit came to the
ring with the song.
Next C.O.’s song “Snitchezz: True Story” was featured on the Murder Dog Compilation “Best of the
Best” on Sony-Red/Bloodrush alongside rappers such as T.I., Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Do or Die,
David Banner, and others. Murder Dog also released a UK version called “We Gets it Crunk” which
featured C.O. alongside Tech N9ne, Paul Wall, and Mike Jones. On both releases many regard C.O’s
song as the best the projects had to offer and that is saying a lot considering who he was on the projects
alongside. In 2004 C.O. was also signed to Sony-Bloodrush for a one album deal, but due to label
arrangements between Blood Rush and Sony the album never came out.
In 2005 C.O. released his mixtape “King of the Delta: From Mississippi to Chicago” which featured guest
drops form the likes of Dennis Hof from the Bunny Ranch and HBO’s Cathouse, C-Bo, Al Kapone, Turk
of the Hotboys, and many others. Two more highly acclaimed mixtapes followed “Tha Sultan of this Rap
Shit” which featured Tech N9ne, Ice-T, Yukmouth, and others endorsing the project, and the 3
mixtape installment, the highly heated “The God of War.”
In between C.O’s mixtape trilogy he was featured on several projects including the controversial group
Woodpile and their project “Everything I know I learned in Lock Up” with the song “Liar.” The song was
so well received that C-Bo decided to put it on another West Coast Mafia release “C-Bo’s Westside Riders
IV.” C.O. was also featured on the movie soundtrack “Young American Gangsta’s (also known as Steel
Here), along side Layzie Bone, Guerilla Black, Bushwick Bill, and Katt Williams.
In 2010 C.O. became the 1
Chicago rapper to do an entire dou album with a German artist DMB. The
international German/US union was known as USG and the album is entitled “Dopegame/Rapgame” and
featured: Coldhard of Crucial Conflict and many others.
In addition to being a recording artist C.O. also caught the acting bug and had a role in the Artisan Home
Entertainment movie “When Thugs Cry” which is available at movie stores nationwide.
In 2011 C.O. released the highly heated album "Themi-God" on RBC Records which featured Yukmouth, Kokane, X-Raided, AK of Do Or Die, and Coldhard to name a few.