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Durrty Goodz
Birth name Dwayne Mahorn
Also known as Doogz
Born Chingford, London, England
Genres Grime
Occupations Rapper
Years active 2000s
Labels Polydor Records, Universal Records, Awkward Music
Associated acts Crazy Titch,Boyz in da Hood

Durrty Goodz (born May 11, 1981) Dwayne Mahorn in London, England[1]) is a grime artist. Mahorn was signed to Polydor Records in 2005, and has released two albums, the Axiom EP and Ultrasound.

Durrty Goodz is known for his versatility, which can be seen in his ability to rap on grime, hip-hop, bashment, and R&B beats, although grime is the genre many of his fans favour him rapping over. He was named Best MC by the London pirate radio station Kool FM,[2] which lead to recognition in the London underground music scene, and was signed to Universal Records soon after. Mahorn made appearances on local radio programmes, mixtapes, and 12-inch singles as well.[3] He has been featured in Logan Sama's radio segment on Kiss 100 London.[3]

Mahorn's brother, a grime artist as well, known as "Crazy Titch" (real name Carl Dobson) was convicted of murder of 21 year-old Richard Holmes. Mahorn also spent nearly a year in prison until November 2006, when he was acquitted



Durrty Goodz has had "beef" with the following MC's


Famously Durrty Goodz is one of the few MC's to have beaten Wiley at eskimo dance. They also exchanged several disses including Wiley Shut Up and more recently Cokey the Snowman which was caused by Wiley's "Wheres my Brother" which accused Durrty Goodz of letting his brother(Crazy Titch) take the fall for the murder of Richard Dobson, among other disses.


The song "Name out your mouth" on Goodz's Ultrasound was a diss towards Wiley and Giggs telling them not to mention him in their songs

Killa P

Killa P also sent several dubs for Goodz but Goodz has not replied to any of them.


  • Axiom EP (2007)
  • Ultrasound (2009)


  • Born Blessed


  1. ^ Hancox, Dan. "Durrty Goodz". FACT Magazine.  
  2. ^ Thomas, Vincent (2008). "Durrty Goodz". All Music Guide. All Media Guide. Retrieved 2008-02-23.  
  3. ^ a b Clark, Martin (2007-03-21). "This Month In: Grime / Dubstep". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 2008-02-23.  

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