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the pack
9 September, 2010 5:37 pm

Bay Area rap outfit, The Pack, return with their second full length LP, Wolfpack Party, following their 2007 LP Based Boys, which expanded on their debut EP, Skateboards 2 Scrapers. It’s been four years since their debut hit single, “Vans”, and The Pack has gained more publicity for the antics of Lil’ B than any [cont.]

18 June, 2010 8:28 am

Twitter beef between Lil B and Joe Budden spawned this dis track.Twitter startin’ wars ya’ll.Props to Blunt Rapps for the info on the genesis of this beef. Lil B (The Pack)- “T Shirts And Buddens” (Joe Budden Diss) (MP3)

17 June, 2010 7:21 pm

New track and video from The Pack. This is the lead single to the Pack’s new album, following it from the groups last album and hit single “Vans.” Check out the video above and look for the new album from The Pack, Wolfpack Party to drop in August of this year. The Pack – “Sex [cont.]

7 June, 2010 3:40 pm

Caption contest. The best one in the comments section will become the headline.

27 May, 2010 7:49 pm

SMC Recordings continues to attract some of the hottest artist’s out-adding to its already stellar roster. Their most recent signee is former Jive Records act, The Pack. The young group first made headlines in 2006, when their trendsetting hit single “Vans”, took over the airwaves. It was named #5 in the Rolling Stone’s Top 50 [cont.]

3 December, 2007 1:32 am

Last year, the Bay Area quartet of Young L, Stunna, Uno, and Lil B teamed up to form The Pack, making waves with their breakthrough debut single, “Vans”. Rather than living up to the typical rap stereotypes we’ve seen time and time again, The Pack came off a little bit hipper, rocking skateboard fashions mixed with [cont.]

12 February, 2007 12:00 am

   With names like Lil’ B, Lil’ Uno, Young L, and Stunna, you’d think that The Pack was as cookie cutter as it gets, but the Skateboards To Scrapers EP proves otherwise. As part of the next generation of the Bay Area’s Hyphy Movement, this quartet is more about being cool than going dumb, as [cont.]

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