William Calhoun, Jr. (born August 8, 1970), better known by his stage name Dub-C, is an American rapper. He was born in Texas, but moved to South Central Los Angeles at an early age. He originally was a rapper in the group Low Profile, and later formed his group WC and the The Maad Circle. He later started a solo career and has released four solo albums. He is also well known for being a member of the rap supergroup Westside Connection.
WC also appeared in the movies such as “Friday”, where he is the Drive-by gunner, in the movie with urban rappers , “Thicker Than Water” where is the trio Westside Connection, MC Eiht, Fat Joe, Big Punisher, CJ Mack, Krayzie Bone, Flesh-N-Bone and Bad Azz.
1989: We’re in This Together (Low Profile)
1991: Ain’t a Damn Thang Changed (WC and the The Maad Circle)
1995: Curb Servin' (WC and the The Maad Circle)
1996: Bow Down (Westside Connection)
2003: Terrorist Threats (Westside Connection)
2013: West Coast Gangsta Shit (Daz Dillinger)
2005: West Side Heavy Hitter
2010: That’s What I’m Talking About EP