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  1. Shoot for the Face

    2,956 listeners

    21 tracks · 1 January 2006

  2. The Insane Asylum

    2,632 listeners

    20 tracks · 4 June 2013

  3. Voodoo

    1,626 listeners

    20 tracks · 31 October 2015

  4. The Last Demon

    1,560 listeners

    22 tracks · 13 June 2014

  5. The Monster In The Dark

    989 listeners

    18 tracks · 31 October 2007

  6. Shoot for the Face 2

    974 listeners

    18 tracks · 31 December 2016

  7. The Gatekeeper and Keymaster

    864 listeners

    14 tracks · 31 October 2016

  8. The Root Of All Evil

    853 listeners

    18 tracks · 31 October 2011

  9. In My Darkest Hour

    626 listeners

    19 tracks · 31 October 2017

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  11. Shoot For The Face Deluxe Edition

    262 listeners

    21 tracks · 1 January 2006

  12. Murda Kill

    81 listeners

    1 track · 4 December 2017

  13. Sickological

    52 listeners

    1 track · 8 April 2015

  14. The Insane Asylum [Explicit]

    45 listeners

    20 tracks · 3 June 2013

  15. Voodoo [Explicit]

    5 listeners

    20 tracks · 30 October 2015

  16. The Root Of All Evil [Explicit]

    4 listeners

    18 tracks · 30 October 2011

  17. Sickological - Single

    2 listeners

    1 track · 6 April 2015

  18. The Monster In The Dark [Explicit]

    2 listeners

    18 tracks · 30 October 2007

  19. The Last Demon [Explicit]

    2 listeners

    22 tracks · 12 June 2014

  20. Shoot for the Face 2 [Explicit]

    1 listener

    18 tracks · 30 December 2016

  21. In My Darkest Hour [Explicit]

    1 listener

    19 tracks · 30 October 2017

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Birth nameMichael Johnson
BornSeptember 22, 1982 (age 36)
San Diego, California, United States
Years active1999–present
LabelsBrainsick Muzik
Associated acts
  • King Iso
  • Charlie Ray
  • Dikulz
  • Kamikazi
  • Z (of Firing Squard)
  • D-Loc the Gill God
  • WestCraven

Michael Johnson (born September 22, 1982), known by his stage name Twisted Insane, is an American rapper and songwriter from San Diego, California. He has released eight studio albums.[1] While in Southeast San Diego, he founded the record label Brainsick Muzik, to which other similar rappers are also signed.[2] He is known for having one of the fastest rapping speeds in the industry.

  • 3Discography

Early life[edit]

Johnson was born and raised in San Diego, California. By the age of 12 he had begun writing rhymes, and has said that after his first live performance he was overwhelmed with emotion from the euphoric experience, and 'immediately became addicted to performing live'.[3] He left home and began travelling around the United States, going from place to place and selling albums of his music for the money he needed for food and accommodation. When his first album, Shoot for the Face, came out in 2006, he was homeless at the time.

Musical career[edit]

Twisted Insane raps in the Chopper style of rap,[3] a very fast-paced style that originated in the Midwestern United States. He may have been influenced by fellow artists Tech N9ne, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Twista and Busta Rhymes .[4] He started his career travelling across the United States, selling CDs of his music in order to pay for food and accommodation.[5] However, he began to garner a cult following of those who appreciated his incredible rapping speed and verbal ability. His first studio album, Shoot for the Face, was released in 2006 and included 21 songs, featuring fellow artists Catmando, Guaran-T, West Craven, T-Nutty, Lil Face and Beezo. His second album, The Monster in the Dark, was released in 2007 and was composed of 18 songs, featuring Mitchy Slick, Spice 1, Beezo, Young Bop, Marvaless, Zigg Zagg and C-Bo.[1][6]

After featuring on Tech N9ne's single 'Worldwide Choppers' in May 2011, alongside well-known rappers such as Busta Rhymes and Twista, he was introduced to a much wider fanbase across the world. The song remains Twisted Insane's biggest hit so far in the United States, peaking at #15 on the BillboardU.S. Heatseekers Songs chart, #30 on the R&B/Hip-HopDigital Song Sales chart[7] and #4 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100.[8] Following on from this, in October 2011 he released his third album, The Root of All Evil, which was 18 tracks long and featured Chris Ray, Ric Nutt, Zigg Zagg, Marvaless, Key Loom, Bishop, C-Bo, Ise B, Ms. Karamel and T-Nutty.[1][6]

June 2013 saw Twisted Insane release his fourth album, The Insane Asylum, including 20 songs, featuring Charles Xavier, Firing Squad, C Mob, Mitchy Slick, Key Loom, Redro Killson, Bishop, Bleezo, Kung Fu Vampire, Poverty's Posterboy, West Craven, Hurricane, Mr. Dos Muchos, Troll, D Loc, Crucified and Z.[1][6] In July that year he was featured on the lead single of Tech N9ne's album Something Else, 'So Dope (They Wanna)' alongside Wrekonize and Snow Tha Product. He was also featured in the music video for this track.[9]

In 2014 Twisted Insane released The Last Demon, his fifth album, with 22 tracks, including collaborations with artists Rittz, JellyRoll, Charlie Ray, Khadijah Lopez, Iso, Kamikazi and Aqualeo. Voodoo, his sixth album, was released in 2015, and had 20 tracks, including guest appearances from Redro Killson, Jarren Benton, Khadijah Lopez, Dayo G, Qlayz, Tanqueray Locc, Bleezo and Charlie Ray. In 2016, he released a collaboration album with Charlie Ray, The Gatekeeper and the Keymaster, with 15 songs also featuring T Nutty. In the same year he released a solo album entitled Shoot for the Face 2, a sequel to his first album with 18 tracks, featuring Dalima, Kamikazi, Charlie Ray, Dikulz, Brotha Lynch Hung, Blayne and rapper Lyrikal.His latest album, In My Darkest Hour, released in 2017, included 19 tracks, and C-Mob, Z, Dayo G and Charlie Ray are credited as performers.[1][6]


Studio albums[edit]

  • The Brainmatter (1999) (unreleased)
  • Shoot For The Face (2006)
  • The Hells Kitchen Mixtape (2007)
  • The Monster In The Dark (2007)
  • The Root Of All Evil (2011)
  • The Insane Asylum (2013)
  • The Last Demon (2014)
  • Voodoo (2015)
  • Shoot For The Face 2 (2016)
  • In My Darkest Hour (2017)

Collaboration albums[edit]

  • The Gatekeeper and the Keymaster (2016) (with Charlie Ray)

Extended plays[edit]

  • Sick Dimension (2016) (with Demzwon)

Guest appearances[edit]

YearSinglePeak positionCertification
2011'Worldwide Choppers'
(Tech N9ne featuring Busta Rhymes, Yelawolf, Twista,
U$O, Ceza, D-Loc, JL of B.Hood & Twisted Insane)
2013'So Dope (They Wanna)'
(Tech N9ne featuring Wrekonize, Twisted Insane & Snow Tha Product)
2015'Twisted Thoughts'
(King ISO featuring Twisted Insane)
(ShimmyMC featuring Wrekonize & Twisted Insane)
'—' denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
  1. ^'Worldwide Choppers' did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number four on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[8]


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  4. ^'Twisted Insane'. Reverbnation. eMinor Incorporated. Retrieved January 6, 2018.
  5. ^'Twisted Insane'. Genius. Genius Media Group Inc. Retrieved January 6, 2018.
  6. ^ abcd'Twisted Insane'. Discogs. Retrieved January 6, 2018.
  7. ^'Twisted Insane Chart History'. Billboard. Retrieved January 11, 2019.
  8. ^ ab'Chart Search for Tech N9ne (Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles) Billboard'. Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved November 3, 2016.
  9. ^jnelliott. 'Tech N9ne's releases a 'So Dope' video'. The Source. The Northstar Group. Retrieved January 11, 2019.

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