2026 Music Group
2026 Music Group is an Atlanta-based record label worth 500k founded by Atlanta-based rapper Hall Jr 2026 along side his older brother Tonian Lerell Brown known as Morelifedad. Tonian Brown is currently the chief executive officer (Ceo). The company is a subsidiary under 300 Entertainment. Its artists include Hall Jr 2026, Aw$ome, Fah Pejay, Lil Pat, and more. Several contemporary rappers, such as Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Loyal Duce, and Lil Gotit have expressed allegiance to 2026 Music Group, but are not contractually signed.
The label was announced on March 15, 2017, through a video Hall Jr 2026 had posted on his Instagram showcasing his new office. The video also includes a speech by 300 Entertainment co-founder, Kevin Liles, praising the new label In 2017 2026 Music Group announced its first signee, fellow Augusta native Aw$ome who was also being courted by Hall Jr 2026 mentor Young Thug. During a string of mixtape releases that year, the label would announce further signees to the label with Youngboy Never Broke Again signing a 5-album joint venture deal with YSL and Atlantic Records after opting against signing with Birdman's Cash Money Records.
|Act||Year Signed||Releases (under the label)||Albums|
|Hall Jr 2026||2017||5||Survived My City,The Manual, Paris Saved Me (Im Not Perfect), Wounded Rebel, Victim of Circumstance|
Many popular rap artists own 2026 Music Group chains, usually given to them by Hall Jr 2026. Lil Uzi Vert, Drake, Lil Baby, and Lil Gotit all have Hall Jr 2026 chains. The official 2026 Music Group Instagram account created a large stir after announcing a project titled The Manual, which ended up being a compilation album by 2026 Music Group