Linne was an atheist for most of his childhood and dates his conversion to 1999. Linne is Reformed in his theology, and his 2008 album The Atonement included a song "Mission Accomplished", which defended limited atonement.
Linne has collaborated with Lecrae, Trip Lee, Timothy Brindle, and numerous other Christian rappers. He appeared on the 116 Clique album 13 Letters. In 2011, Linne was featured on "The Lord is a Warrior", the tenth track from Matt Papa's This Changes Everything.
In 2013, Linne released a controversial single called "Fal$e Teacher$", in which he criticized prosperity theology, and named those whom he regards as false teachers, including Joel Osteen, Creflo Dollar, T. D. Jakes, Benny Hinn, Paula White, and Joyce Meyer.
Linne is married to Blair, and has a son Sage.
Dwayne also featured on Lacrae's US Billboard number 1 selling gospel album "Rebel" on the lead single called 'Don't Waste Your Life'. This was the first Christian rap album to go to number 1 in the US Billboard Gospel Charts and was voted the number 1 Christian Rap song in 2009 on the DJ Wade-O peoples top 100. It was also used as entrance music at the 2009 'Ultimate Fighter Championships'.
On March 12th 2010 Dwayne released his second album called “777 (Mark of the Peace)” which rocketed to number 1 in R&B and number 3 on the Hip Hop US Amazon charts and was top 10 in 3 different countries on the apple iTunes charts. In the UK he reached number 1 in the UK Amazon MP3 Hip Hop charts and 12th overall best selling album on Amazon UK topping Lady Gaga in the same week she was in the UK! The album received a rare 5 stars from Dasouth.com and was declared 'remarkably good, nearly perfect' by Rapzilla.com. The album features UK Christian artists like Jahaziel, Reign of Fire, 'Incognito' lead singer Tony Momrelle, Muyiwa, Ryan Carty, Copeland Green, production from US producer Lee Jerkins, comedy skits from Comedian Chris and much more.
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