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pack.jpgJive Records recording artist, The Pack, who created one
of the most original and infectious songs of last year with “Vans,” a
song that Rolling Stone selected top 5 in their “100 Best Songs of
2006” round-up , are set to take it one step further with their debut
full length album BASED BOYS. Always the trendsetters, The Pack defy
classification by creating the genre that they call “based music”. Their
influence can be felt throughout the hip hop landscape – from kids in
every hood embracing skate fashions, to Swizz Beat’s own twist on their
signature sound with his hit “Money In The Bank”. These boys are ahead
of the curve.

BASED BOYS is 17 tracks of body movingrhythmsproduced mostly by in
house production whiz – Young L. The album also features production from
Mr. Collipark (Ying Yang Twins, Bubba Sparxx), DJ Speedy (Young Jeezy)
and Pit (Shop Boys – “Party Like A Rockstar”). The first single “In My
Car” picks up right where “Vans” left off with the video helmed by MTV
VMA nominated director Dale “Rage” Resteghini (SouljiaBoy, Jim Jones,
Young Berg).

The Pack’s infectious personalities, sheer talent and youthful charisma
have earned them much acclaim in a very short time.Their enormous
onlinefan-base- over 17 million plays on Myspace and millions of
YouTube views – has translated into more mainstream attention.MTV
added “I’m Shinin” to its Elite 8 based solely on the fact that The Pack
was one of the most popular groups on it’s website. So popular in fact,
that their episode of “You Hear It First” was the most viewed/downloaded
show in history. The low-budget video that was originally shot
only for YouTube quickly became the #1 video on MTV2! They have had more
requests for MTV’s Super Sweet 16 than any other group – filming 3
different episodes already, including Chris Brown’s special edition
Super 18.Publications like Spin, Blender, XXL, Vibe and Thrasher have
all done features on them – all without a full album out.

Theanticipationwill be over on 10/30 when The Pack release BASED
BOYS on Jive Records. If the present buzz is any indication of things to
come, the sky’s the limit for these four teens. Catch them on tour with
Gym Class Heroes this fall.


One Comment

  1. the pack is that shit

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