- 1. "The Lion" (The Law Band, Nappy's Joint, The Wheeler Boys) 7.07 455 plays
- Download track Go to track "Day 4" (Capeeton Mudfish, Negro League Productions, Tony James, Travis Cottle)2. "Day 4" (Capeeton Mudfish, Negro League Productions, Tony James, Travis Cottle) 2.16 285 plays
- 3. "Good Company" (Mighty High Coup, The Wheeler Boys) 4.24 248 plays
- 4. "Hide Away" (AN-TI, Heavy Chevy, My Cousin Troy) 5.08 301 plays
- 5. "Runnin" (Trip Freeman, BAMN!, Shawn Spencer of Seven Handle Circus) 3.07 182 plays
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For brothers Sean and Garrett Wheeler, evolving from hip-hop enthusiasts to acclaimed rap duo is an achievement. From their humble beginnings growing up in Atlanta’s Old 4th Ward/Grant Park neighborhoods the brothers quickly raised the ranks of the cities local rap scene. From their first tour ever opening for Ghost Face Killa to being the first Hip Hop group in what seems like forever to be voted by Creative Loafing readers as “Best Hip Hop Group in Atlanta”, a spot for years only hometown hero’s Outkast had claimed.
Passionate about music, the brother’s eclectic playlist included underground greats like Master P, UGK, Three 6 Mafia mixed with southern rock legends such as The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
In 2010, they released their 2nd album, My Brother’s Keeper, which featured production by Wes Green (Mighty High Coup) who helped update and expand their unique sound. In 2011 The Wheeler Boys became the first hip-hop act signed to Southern Ground Artists.
They are currently in the studio finishing their new album for late 2013 release. The EP version of “My Brother’s Keeper,” is available now at www.thewheelerboys.com.