Menajahtwa Background information Origin Compton, California Genres Hip hop Years active 1992 - 1997 Labels Ruthless Records
Associated acts Eazy-E
The duo made their debut in 1992 on Eazy-E's EP, 5150: Home 4 tha Sick on the track entitled "Merry Muthafuckin' Xmas" alongside Eazy-E, Buckwheat and Will 1X. Two years later on August 23, 1994, Menajahtwa released their first and only album entitled Cha-Licious, which featured production from Eazy-E, DJ Yella, Rhythum D and DJ U-Neek. The album spawned two singles "La La La" and "Giv Tha Azz 2 No 1", however the album was a commercial failure and neither the album nor the singles charted. Despite the albums' failure they would stay together for a few more years and appeared on Eazy-E's 1995 song "Gangsta Beat 4 Tha Street", and on Adina Howard's 1997 "Swerve On". Shortly after "Swerve On" the duo disbanded.
Album information Cha-Licious
- Released: August 23, 1994
- Chart positions: N/A
- Last RIAA certification: N/A
- Singles: "Giv Tha Azz 2 No 1", "La La La", "Da Laz Shit"
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