Two-9

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Two-9
OriginAtlanta, Georgia, United States
GenresHip hop
Years active2009–present
LabelsEarDrummers
Members
  • Key!
  • Curtis Williams
  • Jace
  • CeeJ
  • Cartier Dave
  • Lightskin Mac11
  • DJ Osh Kosh
Past members
  • Reese LaFlare
Websitetwo-9.com

Two-9 is an American hip hop collective from the East side of Atlanta, Georgia. The collective currently houses Key!, Curtis Williams, Jace, CeeJ, Cartier Dave (f/k/a Dav E), Lightskin Mac11 and DJ Osh Kosh. As well as the sub-groups Retro Su$h! (Jace & CeeJ) and FatKidsBrotha (Cartier Dave & Lightskin Mac11).

The group was founded by Williams and Key! in 2009. They are currently signed under Mike Will Made It's label EarDrummers Entertainment.[1]

Music career[edit]

2012[edit]

The group released a mixtape Two-9 Forever in July 2012. Since that release, Two9 has been working constantly. They released A Two9 Christmas with DJ Don Cannon on Christmas Day 2012.[2]
They made ComplexMusic's list of "25 New Rappers to Watch Out For".[3]

2013[edit]

Two-9 were part of the second "Trillectro Music Festival 2013" held in Washington with ASAP Ferg, Wale, Casey Veggies, Travis Scott and more.[4]

Discography[edit]

Studio album[edit]

FRVR was released February 9, 2017, by Interscope and EarDrummers Entertainment, and is available on CD and digital download.[5]

Mixtapes[edit]

  • Eastside Paradise (FatKidsBrotha) (2011)[6]
  • Trill Shit Only (Curtis Williams) (2011)[7]
  • Two-9 Forever (2012)[8]
  • A Two9 Christmas (2012)[9]
  • Kung Fu In Japan (Retro Sushi) (2012)[10]
  • Mothers Are The Blame (Key!) (2012)[11]
  • NOONEISREADY (Key! & TrapMoneyBenny) (2012)[12]
  • Half Forgotten Daydreams (Curtis Williams) (2013)[13]
  • Fathers Are The Curse (Key!) (2013)[14]
  • Eastside Paradise II (FatKidsBrotha) (2013)[15]
  • NOONEISREADY II (Key! & TrapMoneyBenny) (2014)[16]
  • Danco James (Curtis Williams) (2014)[17]
  • B4FRVR (2015)[18]
  • #AugustTwo9 EP (2015)[19]
  • #SeptemberTwo9 EP (2015)[20]
  • #OctoberTwo9 EP (2015)[21]

Singles[edit]

  • "Where The Money At? (prod. by Mike Will Made It)"
  • "Everything (prod. by Mike Will Made It)"
  • "3732 (Retro Sushi) ft. OJ Da Juiceman"
  • "Free Waffles (Retro Sushi & Key!)"
  • "Rackades"
  • "By The Hour"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "XXL Magazine Meet The Members of Two-9". XXL Magazine.
  2. ^ "Two-9 Rise to Fame". sxswSchedule. 2012-12-18. Retrieved 2013-05-06.
  3. ^ "25 New Rappers to Watch Out For". ComplexMusic. 2013-07-29.
  4. ^ "Trillectro Music Festival 2013 Info". songkick.com. 2013-08-17.
  5. ^ FRVR [@Two9] (1 February 2017). ""FRVR" album February 9th" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  6. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Eastside Paradise"". Discogs.
  7. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Eastside Paradise"". Discogs.
  8. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Two-9 Forever"". Discogs.
  9. ^ "Two-9 Discography "A Two9 Christmas"". Discogs.
  10. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Kung Fu In Japan"". Discogs.
  11. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Mothers Are The Blame"". Discogs.
  12. ^ "Two-9 Discography "NOONEISREADY"". Discogs.
  13. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Half Forgotten Daydreams"". Discogs.
  14. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Fathers Are The Curse"". Discogs.
  15. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Eastside Paradise II"". Discogs.
  16. ^ "Two-9 Discography "NOONEISREADY II"". Discogs.
  17. ^ "Two-9 Discography "Danco James"". Datpiff.
  18. ^ "Two-9 Discography "B4FRVR"". LiveMixtapes.
  19. ^ "Two-9 Discography "#AugustTwo9 EP"". Complex.
  20. ^ "#SeptemberTwo9 EP". soundcloud.
  21. ^ "#OctoberTwo9 Hosted by @Fat_Kids_Brotha".