Spitting lyrical graffiti by day and Krylon-induced tagging by night, the name PackFM was born. A rebellious spirit with a genius IQ, PackFM began his carreer by working at a radio show while studying at Brooklyn College. The show led him to establish a relationship with 88HipHop that brought him back to the battleground face-to-face with friend-of-a-friend, Poison Pen. Independent label mogul O-Asiatic saw the potential in Pack and thus began his recording career. The first song released by PackFM, Hit List was submitted to Hot 97s Home Jams show and was immediately put into rotation. Pack met fellow battleground kingpin Tonedeff at the 2000 Fat Beats Battle. Unbeknownst to the both of them that they would become business partners, the two battled for the first and last time at the Source Unsigned Hype battle that same year. The genesis of QN5 Music began. The baby blue family ties that bound the independent label QN5 Music marked a milestone in PackFMs journey. PackFM and Substantial had a former group named PackyStan, Mr. Mecca knew both Tonedeff and Pack, Session met Pack on the underground circuit. QN5 became the musical family that nurtured PackFM and allowed him to hone his skills beyond the platform. In 2003, the crew collectively released Happy F*ck You Songs under the name Extended Famm. Next PackFM delivered his solo masterpiece whutduzFMstand4?. Featuring the already classic battlecry Stomp, along with the lyrically breathtaking I Cant Win, whutduzFMstand4? speaks to anyone in every way. The album is not just a new phase in the life of a legendary lexicon, but a warning to all MCs, both mainstream and underground to seriously step up their game. Looking back on a decade and a half of his history: armed with awards, hit singles and rocking shows with heavyweights like Bootcamp Clik and Immortal Technique, PackFM has only one aspiration from his long-awaited album.