Biography

Twenty Eleven was formed in December of 2006. Four years later Twenty Eleven has started to become a major local force. With Brad James and Tre-Will coming up with the sickest raps, D. Jones making people feel his soul singing to DJ Ave making the craziest beats, and DJ Motai dropping sick cuts on the records; Twenty Eleven and their new form of mixing rap, rock, and soul and with guitar led songs are going to venture in a new sound to the local Houston hip hop scene. Their debut album, ‘Renewable Engergy’ was released in December of 2010 and features some of Houston’s best. The album has features from Fat Tony, Kyle Hubbard, and Aidan Kennedy from The Handshake. In January of 2011, Twenty Eleven signed a record deal with Houston Press’ Best Local Label, Space City Records.

Twenty Eleven, unlike most rap artists, uses live instrumentation in every song. Not only do they use instruments in their recordings, they have live drums and guitar in their shows too. When they perform, not only is it a performance, it is an experience because they connect with their audience.



Brad Gilmore - Rapper/Singer
Tre-Will - Rapper/Singer
DJ Ave - Producer/Drums/Guitar
DJ Motai - Producer/DJ
Dallas Jones - Singer

Record Label: Space City Records

Edited by twentyelevenfm on 2 Mar 2011, 04:08

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