Ganksta N-I-P

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Ganxsta N.I.P.
Birth name Lewayne Williams
Also known as Ganksta NIP, Psycho N.I.P., Ganxsta Nip, Brother N.I.P
Born (1969-08-28) August 28, 1969 (age 47)
Origin South Park, Houston, Texas
Genres Gangsta rap, horrorcore, hardcore hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 1986 - present
Labels Rap-a-Lot, Happy Alone Records, Rest In Peace Records, Black Market Records, Psych Ward Entertainment
Associated acts South Park Coalition, K-Rino, Geto Boys, Mars, Mr.CAP

Lewayne Williams, (born, August 28, 1969, better known as Ganxsta N.I.P. pronounced Gangsta Nip) is a rapper from South Park, Houston, Texas and a member of the South Park Coalition, which he cofounded in 1987 with Houston rapper K-Rino.[1] In 1992 he released his debut album South Park Psycho. This record also help put the South Park Coalition name on the map due to world wide distribution from Rap-a-Lot. He also wrote the Geto Boys hit "Chuckie". NIP stands for "Nation of Islam is Powerful" he is also a part of The Nation of Islam.[2] Williams is also looked at as one of the creators of the horrorcore rap genre.

Biography[edit]

Ganxsta N.I.P.'s first album The South Park Psycho was released in 1992. It had no single to promote the album and it charted at #63 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. It sold almost 100,000 copies in the area and landed him a deal with Priority Records. His second solo album charted on Billboard chart at #151 and on #30 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #5 on the Top Heatseekers. His style of rap was a hardcore gangsta rap with gory explanation which is called horrorcore.[citation needed]

N.I.P. also made a comeback album Still Psycho, 5 years after his last album in 2003. Ganxsta N-I-P's most recent album, Psych' Swag: Da Horror Movie, consists of 14 songs and was released on the artist's own record label Psych Ward Entertainment.[3]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Other albums[edit]

  • 2003: Originator of the Psycho Sound

With South Park Coalition[edit]

  • 2003: Packin' Heat
  • 2004: Family Bizness
  • 2006: Personal Vendetta

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Artist(s) Title Album
1991 Bushwick Bill "Chuckwick" Little Big Man
1993 Seagram (Featuring Bushwick Bill & Ganksta N-I-P) "Wages Of Sin" The Dark Roads
1993 Geto Boys (Featuring 2-Low, Seagram, Too Much Trouble, 007, E-Rock,
Devin the Dude, Jugg Mugg, Ganksta N-I-P, DMG,
3-2, Big Mello)
"Bring It On" Till Death Do Us Part
1995 K-Rino "Do Or Die" Danger Zone
2003 Murder One "For The Haters Part 1" Rhythm For Thugs
2006 Mars "Red Planet" Mars Attacks
"White Noise"
2007 K-Rino "Bussin Rounds" A Lyrical Legend

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