Top D12 Albums
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D12 World
D12 World
[2004]
Purple Hills - Single
Purple Hills - Single
[2001]
Devil's Night
Devil's Night
[2001]
S**t on You - EP
S**t on You - EP
[2000]
Obie Trice lyricsInstigator lyricsRevelation lyricsDerelict Theme lyricsPimp Like Me lyricsDevils Night lyricsGirls lyricsSteve Berman (Skit) lyricsNo Rubber lyricsBlow My Buzz lyricsFight Music lyricsWhen The Music Stops lyricsBarbershop lyricsBring It To You lyricsArt Of War lyricsOverreact lyricsB N U lyricsDesperados lyrics Ft. Almighty DreadknaughtsU R The One lyricsHit Me With Your Best Shot lyricsAint Nuttin' But Music lyricsSearchin' lyricsLies & Rumors lyricsAmerican Psycho lyricsKeep Talkin' lyricsGit Up lyricsGood Die Young lyricsJust Like U lyricsHow People Get Fucked Up lyricsI Remember lyricsWestwood lyricsWe Live This Shit lyricsFuck Ajaye lyricsOne Shot 2 Shot lyricsPass Dat Bong lyricsI Say Yeah lyricsCome On In lyricsOne Night Stand lyrics911 lyricsScary Movie lyricsSuck It lyricsHigh lyricsI Go Off lyricsChanged Man lyricsFuck It Out South Style lyricsKill Zone lyricsButterfly lyricsSlow Your Roll lyricsThrow It Up lyricsIt's All Bad lyricsDoe Rae Me lyrics (featuring Eminem & Obie Trice)6 Reasons lyricsI Made It lyrics (ft. Trick Trick)Fame lyricsEveryone Has Been Shot lyricsGoin' Crazy lyricsCensus Bureau lyricsSmackdown lyricsRap Guys lyricsShit On You lyricsThese Drugs lyricsTrife Thieves lyricsWhat What lyrics6 In The Morning lyricsAmityville lyricsFilthy lyricsBring Our Boys lyricsGet The Dick lyricsThat's How (Skit) lyricsCock And Squeeze lyricsCommercial Break lyricsGet My Gun lyricsAnother Public Service Announcement lyricsRap Game lyricsLeave Dat Boy Alone lyrics
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Related Information for D12D12 (aka The Dirty Dozen and D-Twizzy) was initially formed in 1991 by Proof who invited local Detroit rappers such as Bizarre, Eminem and other members who would leave the crew before it achieved success including Eye Kyu, Killa Hawk and Fuzz. The group was a loose collective in the vein of Wu-Tang Clan. Several members began making names for themselves in hip hop during the late 1990s. Bizarre was named Inner City Entertainment’s “Flava of the Week”. read more