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OriginBangkok, Thailand
Years active2000-present
LabelsThaitanium Entertainment
MembersPrinya "Way" Intachai
Khanngoen "Khan" Nuanual
Nay Myo "Day" Thant
Big Calo
DJ Buddah
Past membersRatoo

Thaitanium (Thai: ไทยเทเนี่ยม) is a Thai American hip hop music group. Among the first of Thai rap artists, the group formed in 2000 by K.H. - Khanngoen "Khan" Nuanual, P. Cess - Prinya "Way" Intachai, Sunny Day - Nay Mayo "Day" Thot.

Group history[edit]

Their first two albums, AA and Thai Riders, were produced and recorded in New York City and released in Thailand in 2000 and 2002. Subsequent album releases cemented the group's popularity in Thailand, where it was played in night clubs, bars and at music festivals. The albums did not cement their popularity in other countries. The group also performed the soundtrack to the Thai film Province 77, about Thai people living in Los Angeles.

Thaitanium was featured on "Dangerous", a track by Thai pop singer Tata Young in 2005. The group performed at the 2006 MTV Asia Awards, joining Simon Webbe in a performance of "No Worries."[1] The group also opened for Fort Minor and 50 Cent in a concert in February 2006 at Aktiv Square, Mueang Thong Thani in Bangkok. It is unknown if this was in fact authorized as the group was subsequently escorted out from the concert. The group then released its fifth album, Thailand's Most Wanted and supported it with its first adult film "MTV Live: Thaitanium Uncensored" on 15 November 2006 at BEC-TERO Hall. "Reven" Thaitanium's Album called "Still Resisting" was released on June 8, 2010. It includes hit songs such as "Long Loey (หลงเลย) [Feat. แบงค์ Clash & สิงห์ Sqweez Animal]" and "Yapper"[citation needed]. Thaitanium has released numerous hit singles with music videos [2] - including one featuring Snoop Dogg called "WAKE UP (Bangkok City)" in 2014[3]. Thaitanium's latest album, "Now" was released August 25, 2017.

Currently the Thaitanium members work on their own projects as well as their collective music. Khun and Day's started his own clothing line called "9Face". DJ.Buddha has as well. Way has also started his own successful chain of unique barber shops called Never Say Cutz[4] which has also become a successful brand with their own hair products, apparel and more - as described by Vice Magazine "This whole trend started with Never Say Cutz—a spot that popularized the whole notion of a hip barbershop in the first place. That shop has a more hip-hop feel to it. The shop is associated with the Thai rap group Thaitaninum. Today, it's Bangkok's flagship barbershop." [5].


Khaneng Nuenuan, also known as Khan or King of Da Hustle, was born on September 4, 1976. His hobbies are listening to music and reading books. His favorite kinds of music are hip hop, rap, jazz,and reggae. He likes playing basketball and skateboarding. If Khan wasn't singer he would have been a songwriter. Jumrut Tutsanalawat, also known as Day or Sunny Day, was born on September 25, 1976. Day is also of Burmese ethnicity. One of his hobbies is listening to music. He also likes hip hop and jazz. Basketball and Skateboarding are his favorite sports. If Day wasn't a singer he would have been an estate agent. Prinya Intachai, also known as Way, P-Way, P CESS, but most notably in music as DaBoyWay[6], was born on January 10, 1981. His hobbies are playing basketball and listening to music. Way, also known as DaBoyWay, not only acts in his own music videos, but has also acted in several films listed under Prinya Intachai [7]. He is married to Nana Rybena. She gave birth to twins in 2013, and the couple are now raising their daughter Bean and son Brooklyn together.[8]


  • Presenter of advertising mobile i-mobile309.
  • Ambassador of Toyota Yaris Me and present of Yaris Me.
  • Created 2 songs with 2 AA for Coke advertising named Song Kran and Coca Cola. These songs are featured in the album Back At It : The Compilation Vol.2


Studio albums[edit]

  • AA (2000)
  • Thai Riders (2002)
  • Province 77 (movie soundtrack) (2003)
  • R.A.S. (Resisting Against da System) (2004)
  • Thailand's Most Wanted (2006)
  • Flipside (2008)
  • Thaitanium Limited Edition (2008)
  • Still Resisting (2010)
  • Thaitanium (2014)
  • "16 Years" (2016)
  • NOW (2017)


  • Thaitanium Mix Tape Volume 1
  • Thaitanium Mix Tape Volume 2
  • Thaitanium Mix Tape Volume 3
  • Thaitanium Mix Tape Volume 4
  • Thaitanium Mix Tape: The Collection
  • Thaitanium Mix Tape Volume 5
  • Thaitanium Mix Tape Volume 6

Guest appearances[edit]

  • "Dangerous", Tata Young, Dangerous Tata (2005)
  • "Love Me, Hate the Game", M-Flo loves Chan, Thaitanium, Edison Chen, Ryohei Cosmicolor (2007)
  • "Won (Remix)" The Peach Band
  • "No.1 Lady" Panadda Ruangwut
  • "Sam-red-eang" Kidnapper
  • "Knock Knock" Gift-Monotone
  • "Seang-Tee-Tam-Ha" Sleeping Sheep
  • "Hey Lover" Nop Ponchamni
  • "Let's Get Down" Golf-Mike Feat.Khan Thaitanium, Get Ready (2008)
  • "Ja" Sek Loso Feat. Khan Thaitanium(2010)
  • "Hey Sexy" CASH, CASH (2008)
  • "Ruang-Tam-Ma-Da" Super Strings feat.Way Thaitanium, Kalawitat(2008)
  • "Marabahaya", E.A.R. Project
  • "Southeast A", E.A.R. Project
  • "My Lady", Suburban, ONE
  • "Ja-Jeeb-Ko-Bok-Na" Nanny Bell Girly berry

"Long Loey", Bank Clash(2010)

  • "Mahanakorn Bangkok City", Thaitanium Ft.Da Endorphine ( December 2010)
  • "All the Way Up" (Fat Joe and Remy Ma song 2016) The Asian remix was released, featuring Jay Park, AK-69, DaboyWay, SonaOne and Joe Flizzow.

Studio albums[edit]

  • MTV Asia Awards 2006 - Most popular singer branch
  • Fast Awards - Best Group of the year.
  • Seed Awards - Best Group of The Year
  • See San Awards - Best Hip Hop Album of The Year
  • AVIMA 2009 - Best Hip Hop Group with Dice & K9 (Mobbstarr) from Philippine


Year Award-Giving Body Category Work Result
2014 16th Mnet Asian Music Awards Artist of the Year in Thailand[9] N/A Lost



  1. ^ "MTV Asia Awards 2006 honours the best from West and East with revolutionary duets and world debut performances", MTV, May 6, 2006.
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  9. ^ "Mnet Asian Music Awards 2014 Winners". Mnet Asian Music Awards. Archived from the original on 4 May 2015. Retrieved 28 January 2014.

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