William Loshawn Calhoun, Jr. (born in 1970), better known by his stage name WC (pronounced Dub-C), is an American rapper. He was born in Texas, but moved to Los Angeles at an early age.WC began his career with underground rap groups Low Profile and WC and the Maad Circle and later formed a supergroup Westside Connection, with Ice Cube and Mack 10. His 1998 solo debut The Shadiest One landed in the Top 20, featuring such singles as "Cheddar", "Just Clownin'" and "Better Days". The Ghetto Heisman followed in 2002 and featured the song "The Streets", which also landed in the Top 20. In 2007 WC released Guilty by Affiliation on Ice Cube's Lench Mob Records which featured The singles "This Is Los Angeles" Feat Ice Cube and West Coast VooDoo feat The Game. He's also known to collaborate with his friend and fellow west coast godfather Ice Cube. WC is also a member of the Crip's in the notorious south central area.