Top D12 Albums
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D12 World
D12 World
[2004]
Devil's Night
Devil's Night
[2001]
S**t on You - EP
S**t on You - EP
[2000]
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Commercial Break Steve Berman (Skit) Rap Guys Get My Gun Another Public Service Announcement Rap Game Leave Dat Boy Alone My Ballz Activity As Phuctivity 40 Oz Pistol Pistol Pour Your 40 Out My Band Instigator Cock And Squeeze Shit On You These Drugs Girls Trife Thieves What What 6 In The Morning Amityville Filthy Bring Our Boys Get The Dick That's How (Skit) Act A Fool Fight Music Blow My Buzz Quitter Steve's Coffee House Under The Influence Bad News Obie Trice W.E.G.O. (Interlude) Bitch Bizarre (Skit) Devils Night Chance To Advance Nasty Minds My Words Are Weapons Pimp Like Me Shit Can Happen No One's Iller Than Me Fuck Battlin Derelict Theme D12 World How Come Get Back Down Low Dude (Skit) Purple Hills Purple Pills Loyalty I'll Be Damned Bugz' 97 Maxine Revelation Aint Nuttin' But Music Searchin' No Rubber Lies & Rumors American Psycho Keep Talkin' Git Up Good Die Young Just Like U How People Get Fucked Up I Remember U R The One Hit Me With Your Best Shot When The Music Stops Barbershop Bring It To You Art Of War Overreact B N U Desperados Ft. Almighty Dreadknaughts Westwood We Live This Shit Fuck Ajaye Butterfly Slow Your Roll Throw It Up It's All Bad Doe Rae Me (featuring Eminem & Obie Trice) 6 Reasons I Made It (Ft. Trick Trick) Fame Everyone Has Been Shot Goin' Crazy Census Bureau Kill Zone Fuck It Out South Style One Shot 2 Shot Pass Dat Bong I Say Yeah Come On In One Night Stand 911 Scary Movie Suck It High I Go Off Changed Man Smackdown Bane Nasty Mind American Psycho Ii (feat. B-real)
Related Information for D12
D12 (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". He would also release an album entitled Attack Of The Weirdos and become a member of Tha Outsidaz with Eminem and Rah Digga. Proof won a freestyling competition run by The Source in 1998.However, it was as a solo artist that D12 member Eminem found s... read more