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Willie Edward Knighton Jr. (born March 13, 1972), better known as Khujo, is an American rapper. 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 name||Willie Edward Knighton Jr.|
|Also known as||Khujo Goodie|
|Born||March 13, 1972 (age 51)|
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
|Labels||Arista Records, Koch Records, Lex Records|
Life and careerEdit
Khujo was born in Atlanta, Georgia. 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 June 2002, he was involved in a car crash that resulted in the amputation of his right leg below the knee.
He released his debut solo album, The Man Not the Dawg, in 2002.
With Goodie MobEdit
- Soul Food (1995), LaFace Records
- Still Standing (1998), LaFace Records
- World Party (1999), LaFace Records
- One Monkey Don't Stop No Show (2004), Koch
- Age Against the Machine (2013), The Right Records
With The LumberjacksEdit
- Livin' Life as Lumberjacks (2005), Koch
- A.T.L. 2 (A-Town Legends 2) (The Lumberjacks & Pastor Troy) (2008) Siccness Records/ Flix
With Willie IszEdit
- Georgiavania (2009), Lex
- The Man Not the Dawg (2002), Street Level
- Mercury (2007), Day One Music
- G-Mob Godfather (2009)
- Echoes of a Legend (2020)
- ^ Saraceno, Christina (June 27, 2002). "Khujo Injured in Car Crash". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on May 9, 2006. Retrieved May 6, 2010.