- Words: Max Herman
- Label: QN5
PackFM first made a name for himself as a graffiti writer and battle rap champion in the late '90s, but on his long-awaited solo debut the witty Brooklynite finally gets the chance to flex his lyrical prowess. As this album has been so many years in the making, Pack aptly makes every moment count. Sometimes grave, sometimes goofy, this agile MC bounces from his trouble staying in school ("Lessons") to his habit of telling outlandish lies ("Excuses"). And despite his reputation for being a backpacker, Pack proves to be quite the party starter with songs like the vivacious, East Indian-flavored single "Stomp."
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