Jayo Felony - Whatcha Gonna Do? (feat Method Man DMX)
Whatcha Gonna Do? is the second album by rapper, Jayo Felony. The album was released in 1998 for Def Jam Records. The album was a critical and commercial success, making it to #46 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop album chart and featuring two hit singles, "Watcha Gonna Do?" and "Nitty Gritty". Guests on the album include, Eightball & MJG, Method Man, DMX, Mack 10, WC, Redman, Kokane, Ice Cube and E-40
James Savage, better known by his stage name, Jayo Felony is a rapper from southeast San Diego, California.
In 1994 Jayo Felony was signed to the label owned by Jam Master Jay called Jam Master Jay Records. That year Jayo released his debut album, Take a Ride.
In 1998, Jayo 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.
Jayo Felony is now working on his next album called "Don't Get MeatBalled".
Jayo Felony became embroiled in the feud between Daz Dillinger and Kurupt, after siding with Kurupt and his group The Riflemen, Jayo released a diss track called "Daz Is Dead", were he instantly attacked Daz calling him an internet gangbanger. Daz responded with "Pistol Whip" dissing Jayo, Kurupt, Suge Knight and The Riflemen. Jayo and some Death Row posse were invloved in an altercation with Snoop Dogg and Tray Deee on the set of John Singletons Baby Boy film. Jayo dissed Snoop on a track called "You's A Character". Now they are all on good terms and Kurupt is back together with Tha Dogg Pound Snoop Dogg will be on the Don't Get MeatBalled Album.