Curtis Williams

Nicki Minaj‘s viral single “Anaconda” didn’t have to be the obnoxiously poppy tune that appeared on The Pinkprint. Today, the song’s producer AnonXmous released an alternate version of the track.

2015 continues to be a fruitful year for rap music, free releases included. Tonight, French Montana and Fetty Wap will add their collaborative project, Coke Zoo, into the mix, from which we receive an early listen of the Diddy-assisted intro “First Time.”

This edition of Wired Tracks features impressive new heaters from rising rappers Mick Jenkins, D.R.A.M. and DP, and OG Danco (a tandem of Atlanta’s own OG Maco and Curtis Williams of Two-9).

OG Maco commented on how Future’s druggy lyrics influence young fans, sparking tons of Twitter chatter in the process. But any longtime fan of the rising ATLien knows he doesn’t hold his tongue, which can be heard on “Holeman & Finch.”

Atlanta-based clique Two-9 are coming to take hold of the rap game. The latest phase in their quest for world domination comes from affiliate Curtis Williams, who returns to deliver his Half Forgotten Daydreams mixtape for your listening pleasure.

If you want a great scope of the bubbling #NewAtlanta movement, we suggest that you lend an ear to “Automatic” by Two9’s Curtis Williams. Here, the young rapper shares the stage with two of ATL’s rising producers in C4 and Childish Major, most known for creating “U.O.E.N.O.” for Rocko.

There’s a new movement going on in Atlanta Hip-Hop, in which young rebellious collective Two9 are at the forefront. Comprised of too many folks to name, clique members Curtis Williams and Jace drop monochrome visuals for their anthemic track “Where The Money At?.”

Atlanta musical group, Two-9, joins the myriad of artists to drop off a Christmas present in the form of a new mixtape.