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Taydatay, Maine-O & Hennessy
Background information
Also known as Eleven Five
Origin San Francisco, California
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1994 - 2001
Labels Dogday
Associated acts JT the Bigga Figga, RBL Posse, Sean T
Website Taydatay MySpace Page
Members Maine-O

11/5 was an American hip hop group from the Hunters Point section of San Francisco, California whose members were Maine-O, Hennessy and Taydatay, they were signed to Dogday Records, and were active from 1994 to 2001.


The Bay Area-based trio first appeared in 1994 on Primo's album Stickin' to the Script on the song "Killa". Shortly after, they would release their debut album, Fiendin' 4 tha Funk. The album sold little outside the Bay Area and only made it to #76 on the Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The following year, they released a follow-up entitled A-1 Yola, which would fare much better on the charts, making it to #33 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and #22 on the Top Heatseekers. After A-1 Yola, two more albums were released, 1999's The Overdose and 2001's After the Drama, as well as two compilations, before disbanding in 2001.


Studio albums[edit]

Collaboration albums[edit]

  • U Didn't Know?? (with Cold World Hustlers, U.D.I. & Big Mack) (2002)

Compilation albums[edit]

Solo projects[edit]

  • Taydatay - Anticipaytion (1998)
  • Taydatay Presents - Bay 2 Sac (2001)
  • Taydatay & Black C - Prime Factorz (2002)
  • Taydatay - Out of Sight, On the Grind (2003)
  • Taydatay Presents - Urban Legendz (2003)
  • Taydatay Aka T-Gunna - Death of a Legend • New Life for a Boss (2008)
  • Taydatay & Big Mack - Access Granted (2013)