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Spider Loc
Birth name Curtis Norvell Williams
Born 21 January 1979
Origin SOUTH L.A.
Genres Hip hop
Occupations Rapper, Actor
Years active 2004 - present
Labels G-Unit, Baymaac , E1 Music, Epic Records
Associated acts G-Unit, 50 Cent, 40 Glocc, Ice Cube,Game, Young Buck
Website SPI In Da Streets

Curtis Norvell Williams, more commonly known as Spider Loc, is an American rapper who is signed to G-Unit Records.



In January 2006, Spider Loc released his biographical DVD "Brainless The Prequel". His EP, West Kept Secret: The Prequel, was released in September 2007, and the following June, he released the street album Da 1 U Luv 2 Hate.

In 2010 he will release his limited edition lp on gunit records "Neva Commin Out".


Spider Loc stole rapper Yukmouth's chain from a Hollywood night-club.[1] Yukmouth has said that the two have made up.[2][3].

Spider Loc disparaged rapper The Game in the songs "Bitch Boy" and "Stop Bitchin'". When The Game responded in his song "Spider Joke (240 Bars)", Spider Loc insulted him again in the songs "G-Unot Killer", "Toe Tags" and "Bang Bang".[4] He also insulted Snoop Dogg in the song "How Many Times"[5]

Squashing Beef

There has been a lot of rumours going around saying that Spider and The Game have squashed their beef and will be working on music together,word is they talked out their problems and have called a truce to help the Westcoast Hip Hop scene.


  • 2007: West Kept Secret: The Prequel
  • 2008: Da 1 U Luv 2 Hate
  • TBA: commercially debut studio album


  • 2004: Bank Brothers
  • 2005: Bulletproof (Video Game) (Additional Voices)
  • 2007: Paroled (CJ Tillman)
  • 2007: Numb3rs (Prisoner #3)
  • 2007: Weeds (Two-Strikes)
  • 2000: Cold Case (Delonte)
  • 2008: Shark ( er)
  • 2009: Saving Grace (Marquis Smith)
  • 2009: Doesn't Texas Ever End (Spyder)
  • 2010: Boys on the Run
  • 2010: Hollywont (Jasper)


External links

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