WC and the Maad Circle
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WC and the Maad Circle
WC and the Maad Circle
WC (front), DJ Crazy Toones(middle) and Big Gee (back)
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Genres West Coast hip hop, Political Rap, G-funk
1990-1996, 2007-2014
Labels Priority
Pay Day
Psychopathic Records
Low Profile, Ice Cube, MC Eiht, Chilly Chill, Mack 10
Chilly Chill
DJ Crazy Toones (deceased)
Sir Jinx
Big Gee

WC and the Maad Circle was a hip hop group from Los Angeles, California that consisted of WC, Chilly Chill, Big Gee, Sir Jinx, Coolio and DJ Crazy Toones.[1]


MAAD stands for Minority Alliance of Anti-Discrimination.[] Following the dissolution of Low Profile, the rapper WC formed the group and released the albums, Ain't a Damn Thang Changed in 1991 and Curb Servin' in 1995. The albums spawned some popular singles, notably "Dress Code", "West Up!" and "The One".

WC would later leave the group and form the gangsta rap supergroup Westside Connection with Ice Cube and Mack 10. WC and Crazy Toones continued working together at Ice Cube's Lench Mob Records.

On January 9, 2017, Crazy Toones died at age 45 of a heart attack.[2]


Studio albums

Year Title Chart positions[3] Last RIAA certification
Billboard 200 Top R&B/Hip hop albums Heatseekers
1991 Ain't a Damn Thang Changed - #52 #29 N/A
1995 Curb Servin' #85 #15 - N/A


Year Title Chart positions[4] Album
Billboard 100 Hot rap singles Hot R&B/Hip-hop songs
1991 "Dress Code" - - - Ain't a Damn Thang Changed
1995 "West Up!" (featuring Mack 10 and Ice Cube) #88 #16 #50 Curb Servin'
1996 "The One" - #40 #76


  1. ^ WC interview
  2. ^ Fitzgerald, Trent (January 9, 2017). "DJ Crazy Toones Dies at 45; Snoop Dogg, Kam, DJ Premier and Others React". TheBoombox.com. Retrieved 2017. 
  3. ^ "Albums chart positions". Allmusic. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ "Singles chart history". Allmusic. Retrieved . 

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