Two-9’s Debut Album Finally Gets a Release Date
After building their brand as a group and as individuals, Two-9 is finally ready to release their debut album, FRVR.
The Atlanta group made the long-awaited announcement via Instagram, posting plainly, "Our debut album releases February 9th."
As a group, Two-9 took the entire 2016 off to focus on solo efforts, including Curtis Williams dropping his Mister Lonely 2 mixtape in January and Jace releasing his Jace Tape album in February.
That was a stark contrast to their production in 2015, which included four group projects.
The release date for the new album obviously has some significance, as it mirrors the group's name, 2/9.
The crew is attempting to become the next big thing off Mike Will Made-It's EarDrummers Entertainment label. Label mates Rae Sremmurd have enjoyed wild success on the imprint, dropping two albums, SremmLife and SremmLife 2.
Two-9 credits the Atlanta super producer with elevating their careers. "I think one of the best things Mike has done is come in and not try to change anything, Ceej told XXL around the release of the B4FRVR mixtape. "He just tries to rock with us with how we was already and tries to elevate it; make what we already had crazier."
Jace expressed his excitement about the official release date of the debut on Twitter, posting, "two9 album on the way man. new songs. new verses. new skits. new everything nigga."
Light Skin Mac 11 followed suit adding, "Real @two9 shit. We ain't chasing down nobody else fans but we'll take em."
No more details were given on the project.
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