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Packfm's latest or related album is I F*cking Hate Rappers
Which is released on 2010-07-13 from record company Qn5 Music.
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Futuristic Mastermind? Female Magnet? Fairly Magnificent? Freestyle Majesty? While the world ponders the meaning behind the initials attached to the end of PackFMs moniker, after the release of his debut solo album, whutduzFMstand4?, FM will stand for Finally Makin it. Its not everyday that an artist can release his debut solo album already embracing the title of legend. PackFM has set stages on fire in the fierce New York battleground and beyond for over to a decade. With his off-the-top tactics and knack for clever punchlines, PackFM became the MC to battle and the MC to lose against. Who would have thought his career of impromptu metaphors began 15 years ago in front of his television? “I saw A Tribe Called Quests Check the Rime and just literally copied Q-Tips entire verse and just put my name in his place”, he fondly recalls. “From then on I just started writing my own rhymes.” Spitting lyrical graffiti by day and Krylon-induced tagging by night, the name PackFM was born. Having attended the Fame-renowned LaGuardia High School, PackFM, then a rookie to Hip-Hop, used his mic skills to win his classmates over in ciphers. Worthy opponents were scarce, yet everyone wanted to witness his raw talent. A rebellious spirit with a genius IQ, PackFM cut unchallenging classes to focus on his music and ultimately received his G.E.D. Pack then attended Brooklyn College, where the focus of his career changed. “I wasnt focused on rapping, I had a radio show. I got a lot of connects through the people whod send me records to play, he recounts. I knew a lot of people at labels. Learn more about Packfm