Rap collective Two-9 came bearing treats today (February 9) in the form of their B4FRVR mixtape and a visual for track eight, “World Gone Crazy.”
Representing Atlanta, motley rap crew Two-9 deliver their highly anticipated B4FRVR mixtape.
Mike WiLL Made-It’s Ear Drummers Records houses two groups. One is a dynamic duo who prefer bad women, while the other, a troop of rappers called Two-9, return today with “Full House.”
Per usual, the cyphers are among the highly anticipated moments at the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards, which were taped at Atlanta’s Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center on Saturday (September 20). With a little less than a month until the show airs, fans are treated to a pair of cyphers in advance.
Of the newcomers that have piqued our interests, fewer than a handful delivered a story as captivating as the one heard on Wara From The NBHD’s new album, Kidnapped.
Now that the ink is dry on their deal with Mike WiLL Made It’s EarDruma Records/Interscope Records, Two-9 promptly deliver a new record called “Money Counter.”
The cream often rises to the top in Atlanta’s ever-bubbling Hip-Hop scene. With artists like Future, Young Thug, and Rich Homie Quan leading the charge for the city’s new generation, it may be time to make way for Two-9, a motley crew of rappers who recently signed to Interscope Records.
Rising Atlanta collective Two-9 have been exciting listeners with energetic tunes for some time and they’ve recently forged a relationship with Wiz Khalifa, with whom they have a forthcoming mixtape. But before that arrives, they return with a visual for “Everything.”
New York City-based rap collective World’s Fair and Atlanta’s own Two-9 are embarking on what’s sure to be a dope tour. To commemorate the joyous occasion, the former debuted a new cut called “Uh Huh.”
In anticipation of the final season of The Boondocks, fans receive original music on a new mixtape hosted by DJ Drama and Don Cannon. Released by Adult Swim, The Boondocks: Season 4 isn’t something Hip-Hop fans want to miss.
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.
Retro Su$h!, a subsect of larger Atlanta-based collective Two-9, debut a visual for their new heater “Thirty Seven Thirty Two.” With a little help from long-lost rapper OJ Da Juiceman, the duo kick rhymes about a standard list of vices — mostly a variety of drugs.