MP3 Ghetto Twiinz - Them People Coming
The Dirty South''s Hottest Female Rap Duo reunites with Leroy "Precise" Edwards for a hot new album, Them People Coming. Additonal production done by Chris Rockaway.
8 MP3 Songs in this album (27:09) !
Related styles: Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South, Hip-Hop/Rap: Hardcore Rap, Mood: Upbeat
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The Ghetto Twiinz Bio
The South''s leading female rap duo, the Ghetto Twiinz, Ms GB (born Tonya Jupiter) and T.L.T (Tremethia Jupiter), grew up in the notorious 9th Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana. The identical twins were introduced to rap in their teens by neighbors, who performed on street corners of the 9th Ward. In 1988, the duo inked their first record deal with Eazy E''s Ruthless Records based out of Compton, California. At Ruthless Records, the duo worked with the D.O.C. and Dr. Dre, but the album was never released due to the highly publicized differences between Dr. Dre and Eazy E.
After being released from Ruthless Records, the duo returned to New Orleans and made their rounds in the area performing at local gigs and gong shows. The Ghetto Twiinz soon garnered a strong following. While working the New Orleans music circuit, the sisters met Leroy "Precise" Edwards, the then owner of the independent label, Big Boy Records. The duo signed on with Big Boy records in 1994 and that began a close working relationship between Leroy “Precise” Edwards and the twins.
The female rap duo enjoyed regional success with their first album release while working with producer and Big Boy Records owner, Leroy "Precise" Edwards on Surrounded by Criminals (1995). The album included the now classic songs such as the female anthem Mama''s Hurtin and the club banger Got It On My Mind. In 1996, the Ghetto Twiinz followed Leroy "Precise" Edwards to Houston on his new venture, at Rap-A-Lot Records, with southern rap music mogul J Prince. The move to Texas would establish the Ghetto Twiinz as one of the South''s foremost female rap duos thus paving the way for other southern female rappers such as Mia X and Gangsta Boo, both successful artists.
Under Rap-A-Lot Records, the Ghetto Twiinz released three albums. The first, In That Water (1997), became the most commercially successful album of their careers with a strong social message in the narrative lead single, "Responsibility". The album made it to the 36th position on Billboard''s Top R&B/Hip Hop Charts. The female duo recorded two additional albums with Rap-A-Lot Records. No Pain No Gain (1998) was star-studded effort filled with guest appearances from No Limit''s Mia X and fellow Rap-A-Lot cronies Tela, Yukmouth, Willie D and Scarface. It would also reach Billboard''s Top R&B/Hip Hop Charts at number 37. The duo would also go on to score songs on movie soundtracks and compilations which included, No Limit''s, I''m Bout It (1997). Scarface''s, My Homies (1998) and J Prince Presents: R.N.D.S (2000). However their third outing, Got It On My Mind (2001) did not enjoy the commercial success of the previous albums. It would only reach number 68 on Billboard''s Top R&B/Hip Hop Charts and would also be the last commercial release from the twins under Rap-A-Lot Records.
After a nine-year hiatus, the Ghetto Twiinz made a comeback with new music under a new independent label, Katrinaville Entertainment. The duo was reunited with Leroy "Precise" Edwards in his latest marketing and distribution partnership with long time business partner, M. Mosby. In December of 2010, the Ghetto Twiinz marked their return with an album titled, Them People Coming.