Twinz

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Members
(A.K.A. Tha Locs/Tha Loccs)
Trip Locc (Born Deon Williams)
Wayniac (Born Dewayne Williams)

Other Group
Perfection:
Foesum
~T-Dubb
~M&M (A.K.A. MNMsta)
~DJ Glaze
~Travvy Trav (Born Travis Lamont Leonard Born December 22, 1968 - Died April 4, 1989)
Wayniac (Born Dewayne Williams)
Domino (Born Shawn Antoine Ivy in St. Louis, MO)

See Also: D.P.G./213, The Dove Shack, 5 Footaz, Domino & Foesum

Albums
Twinz - Conversation
Tha Twinz - Tha Loccs

Also Featured On...
D.P.G. Presentz Who Ride Wit' Us Vol. 4 (Wayniac)
DJ 2High - West Coast Gangsta Shit Vol. 2
DJ Whoo Kid & Snoop Dogg - Landy & Egg Nog: A D.P.G. Christmas
Tha Eastsidaz - Snoop Dogg Presents Tha Eastsidaz (Tha Locs)
E-White And Tha Entourage - Mixtape Chapter 1 (Trip Loc)
E-White - The Whitehouse
5 Footaz - The Lost Scrolls
Foesum - Perfection
Foesum - The Foefathers
Foesum - Chrome 2 The Dome
Foesum - Loyalty And Respect (Wayniac)
Goldie Loc - Gangsta Life
Goldie Loc - B.G. 2 O.G.
Jason's Lyric
Long Beach City Limits Volume One
O.G. Daddy V - Compton 'N' Long Beach (Trip Locc)
The Show
Snoop Dogg Presents Christmas In Tha Dogg House
Snoop Dogg Presents Bacc To Tha Chuuch Volume 1
Straight Outta Cali
Tray Deee - I Beez The Hardest
Warren G - Regulate...G Funk Era
Warren G - Take A Look Over Your Shoulder (Reality)
Warren G - Smokin' Me Out (Single)
Welcome 2 Tha Chuuch Volume 1 (Trip Loc)
Welcome 2 Tha Chuuch Mixtape Volume 2
Welcome 2 Tha Chuuch Volume 3 (Trip Loc)
Welcome 2 Tha Chuuch Volume 5: Tha Revival

Bio From AllMusic.Com
In the wake of his "Regulate" success, G-funk producer/rapper Warren G helmed the short-lived career of the Twinz, a duo of West Coast rappers. The timing seemed right. G had scored a huge hit with "Regulate" and the successive release of his Regulate...G Funk Era album (1994); the entire G-funk movement itself, spearheaded by Death Row Records, had created a huge fan base; and the Twinz, comprised of actual twin brothers Deon and DeWayne Williams, had signed a distribution deal with G's label, Def Jam. The album, Conversation (1995), generated a few singles "Round & Round," "Eastside LB," and "Jump ta This" but none made much of an impact. The Twinz contributed to G's second album, Take A Look Over Your Shoulder (1997), but their effort did little to salvage their stint with Def Jam. The label consequently parted ways with the Twinz, as did G, who himself began to struggle. - Jason Birchmeier

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