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Back in June, it was announced that Ferrari Simmons and Justin L. Hatney signed Savannah, Georgia native Clay James to their ‘Two-Three Management Group’. The acquisition was big for both parties because as you know Ferrari Simmons has been making a name for himself in the streets of Atlanta for quite some time. Whether it’s been through radio, DJ’n, hosting, or being a brand influencer Ferrari seems to have an eye for what’s next in this ever changing music industry. Clay James has also been making a name for himself on the underground music scenes of Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia. Most people first caught wind of Clay James when he received a major co-sign by fellow Savannah native ‘Big Boi’ 1/2 of the legendary duo Outkast. Since then Clay signed his first record deal with Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle South Records imprint headed by CEO Papa Loc. During his time under Snoop and Papa, Clay increased his visibility immensely and was able to catapult himself to the forefront of the indie music scene in Atlanta. Since leaving Doggystyle South Clay James has worked with Missy Elliot, making an appearance in Missy’s ‘Drip-Demeanor’ video, as well as freestyling over this same beat, and was reposted by the legend herself. James’ music videos have been in heavy rotation on MTV and BET and he's received his first movie role in ‘Out On A Lim’ starring Tray Chaney which is coming soon to a screen near you. James’ latest project ‘FLY AF’ Ep debuted #5 on the iTunes hip-hop charts and has over 500,000 streams on Spotify. This project was executive produced by fellow Two-Three Management signee ‘Madness’. Two-Three Management houses a slew of talented producers, song writers, and artists: Slic Cheauxlove, Tr3time, DAD, CEO Dent, Sincity, Brodie Beatz, Lamar Keys, Wavvy Pluto, DJ JWattz, & Drew Beats. Check out what these guys did over Meek Mill’s ‘Sharing Locations’ track and stay in tune with Clay James and the entire Two-Three roster as they gear up to have a groundbreaking 2022.