Menajahtwa was a female hip hop duo from Compton, California that first formed in 1991. The duo made their nationwide debut only a year later as
guest performers on Eazy-E's "5150: Home 4 tha Sick" EP. In August of 1994, Menajahtwa released their first album "Cha-Licious", which was a total
commercial disappointment despite heavy involvement from Eazy-E, DJ Yella and DJ U-Neek. After sporadically appearing on a few more singles
throughout the following years, Menajahtwa ended up changing their name to Twa-Zay in late 1997. As Twa-Zay, the duo released another single and
one more album, 1998's "Who'z Party?", before disbanding all together in 1999.