11/5 was an American hip hop group from the Hunters Point neighbourhood of San Francisco, California. The trio featuring Taydatay, Hennessy, and Maine-O released their debut album "Fiendin' 4 tha Funk" in 1995 on Dogday Records. 11/5 followed up on "Fiendin'" a year later with "A-1 Yola" which was wildly successful among San Francisco rap enthusiasts; both albums were produced by T.C., best known for his work with RBL Posse. The Bootlegs & G-Sides collections followed, compiling the trio's appearances on non-11/5 albums. Despite being one of the Bay Area's pioneering hardcore rap groups, 11/5 never experienced the widespread success that peers such as Spice 1 and E-40 found in the late '90s.
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