11/5 was a hip-hop/rap group from the Hunters Point section of San Francisco, made up of rappers Taydatay, Hennessy and Maine-O. They were signed to Oakland-based hip-hop label Dogday Records.
11/5 first appeared in 1994 on Primo's album Stickin' to the Script with the song "Killa". Their debut album, Fiendin' 4 Tha Funk was released a year later on the independent hip-hop label Dogday Records. The entire album was produced by T.C. of Premiere Productions. Along with a single, a music video was released for the song “Brousin”. In 1996, they released their sophomore album, A-1 Yola, on the Dogday label as well. With production credits from Premiere Productions (T.C., Race & Reg) and Laid Black Productions (Mr. Laid & Chillblack) this album became an instant classic throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
11/5 members recorded two more albums, 1999's The Overdose and 2001's After The Drama, as well as two compilation albums, 1997's Bootlegs & G-Sides and 2001's Bootlegs & G-Sides II, before disbanding in 2001. Taydatay continued to release solo album, while Hennessy and Maine-O were featured as guests on numerous albums and compilations.