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|Also known as||Smög Boys(previously), Gravity Boys, Shield Gang, GTB|
Drain Gang (also known as Gravity Boys and Shield Gang) is an artistic collective, primarily focusing on music, consisting of Swedish singer/rappers Bladee and ECCO2K, Thai singer/rapper Thaiboy Digital, and Swedish producer Whitearmor were active throughout the 2010s. The group is also known for its fashion output, often times walking for brands such as ALYX Studio and modeling for HOMME magazine.
The group formed in 2013 in Stockholm. Thaiboy Digital was residing in Sweden at the time. Bladee and ECCO2K had previously collaborated as the grindcore band Krossad. Signing to the YEAR0001 label, the members of Drain Gang gained prominence in the cloud rap scene from their collaborations with labelmate Yung Lean. Yung Sherman is also a member of Yung Lean's Sad Boys collective.
In 2015, Thaiboy Digital was deported from Sweden for immigrating illegally. Through the internet, he has managed to continue collaborating with the other members from his new home in Bangkok. He and Bladee released their collaborative EP AVP in 2016. In 2017, Bladee, ECCO2K and Thaiboy Digital released their collaborative album D&G.
- GTBSG (2013)
- AVP (2016) (Bladee and Thaiboy Digital, with production from Whitearmor and Yung Sherman)
- D&G (2017) (Bladee, ECCO2K and Thaiboy Digital, with production from Gud, Woesum, Whitearmor, Ripsquad, and Yung Sherman)
- Trash Island (2019) (Bladee, ECCO2K, and Thaiboy Digital with production from Whitearmor and Ripsquad)
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