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  • TIME Aug. 18, 2013
    It’s become something like the twerking national anthem... (Read More)
  • Billboard Aug. 5, 2013
    The week before the initial video went up, the group sold 4,000 copies of "Don't Drop That." The week after, sales spiked to 34,000. Last week, it sold 77,000 and moved to No. 5 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Songs, up from No. 12 the week before. Through the week ending July 7, the song sold a total of 214,000 downloads in 14 months. In the last two weeks alone, it sold an additional 111,000. (Read More)
  • Chicago Reader July 23, 2013
    The one big surprise the chart had to offer this week was the appearance of a song called "Don't Drop That Thun Thun!" by a group called the Finatticz at number 88. Between the new slang term and enthusiastic punctuation in the title, the fact that it sounded like a dance song, and the fact that I had somehow never even heard of this song or the group before this, it was legitimately exciting. (Read More)
  • Young California July 8, 2013
    Following their hit single “Don’t Drop That Thun Thun” The Finatticz are back with a brand new mixtape entitled ‘N.W.A. 2K14′ hosted by Young California’s own DJ Carisma. As Carisma puts it, “If You Love Ratchet Hip Hop than this mixtape is for you!” (Read More)
  • LA Sentinel Feb. 19, 2013
    I caught up with the red hot rapping sensation FinaTTicZ recently during one of their annual get together with friends and fan recently. Group leader Killa F discovered his nine member group at the Hollywood bar and Grill and subsequently decided to form a group. (Read More)
  • LA Weekly June 11, 2012
    On a balmy May morning inside a posh Encino house, rapper James Dunn (who goes by Killa F Supernigga) and his partner, Anthony Brown (aka EZ the Great), are mugging for the camera. They're members of the Finatticz, a rap group who hail from the east side of South Central and are currently in the process of blowing the fuck up. The mid-twentysomethings are filming the video for the group's infectious, near-ubiquitous single "Don't Drop That Thun Thun," but there's a problem. (Read More)