A-G-2-A-KE is a rap group from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, made up of rappers 88 Keys (Keith Kinlow) and G-Moné (G. Talley). They are best know for their time spent on Houston-based hip-hop label Rap-A-Lot in the late 90's.
In 1997, they released their debut studio album "Lyrical Holocaust" on III 1/2 Creepin Records. After being noticed by Scarface of Geto Boys they appeared on his compilation album, "My Homies" with the tracks "What's Goin On" and "Cocaine". Scarface decided to sign the group to Interface Records, a sublabel of Rap-A-Lot Records founded in the late 90's. The group's second album, "Mil-Ticket" came out in 1998 and featured production by 88 Keyz, Scarface and Mike Dean. Shortly after, the group left Rap-A-Lot Records. After a three year hiatus, they released "Ball $treet", which was their last album to date.