Khujo a.k.a. Khujo Goodie (born Willie Edward Knighton; March 13, 1972) is an American hip hop musician. He is one-fourth of Goodie Mob (along with T-Mo, Cee-Lo, and Big Gipp), and one-half of The Lumberjacks (with T-Mo).

Birth nameWillie Edward Knighton
Also known asKhujo Goodie
BornMarch 13, 1972 (1972-03-13) (age 48)
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
GenresHip hop
Years active1995–present
LabelsArista Records, Koch Records, Lex Records
Associated actsGoodie Mob, Dungeon Family, Willie Isz

Life and careerEdit

Khujo was born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. He is the only featured guest to appear on every single Outkast album, including Big Boi's solo album. Khujo has released a new book titled "Straight out the A" that focuses on his life and the development of the Dirty South movement from OutKast to Goodie Mob. Khujo is a very spiritual man known for his distinct, grunty voice and free-flowing rhyming style. He rhymes about all aspects of street life, often intertwining those subject with God metaphorically or directly. In 2002 he was involved in a car crash which resulted in the amputation of his right leg below the knee.[1]

He released his debut solo album, The Man Not the Dawg, in 2002.


With Goodie MobEdit

With The LumberjacksEdit

With Willie IszEdit


  • The Man Not the Dawg (2002), Street Level
  • Mercury (2007), Day One Music
  • G-Mob Godfather (2009)
  • Echoes of a Legend (2020)


  1. ^ Saraceno, Christina (2002-06-27). "Khujo Injured in Car Crash". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 2006-05-09. Retrieved 2010-05-06.