|Ganksta NIP, Psycho N.I.P., Ganxsta Nip, Brother N.I.P|
|Born||August 28, 1969|
|Origin||South Park, Houston, Texas|
|Genres||Gangsta rap, horrorcore, hardcore hip hop|
|1986 - present|
|Labels||Rap-a-Lot, Happy Alone Records, Rest In Peace Records, Black Market Records, Psych Ward Entertainment|
|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. 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. Williams is also looked at as one of the creators of the horrorcore rap genre.
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 hardcore gangsta rap with gory lyrical content, which is called horrorcore.
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.
|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|
|2007||K-Rino||"Bussin Rounds"||A Lyrical Legend|