|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Getting Up Anthem: Part One||6||Audio||2006-04-14||Eckō Unltd.|
|2||Featured Material Vol. 3||17||Audio||2004-07-13||QN5 Music|
|3||Featured Material Vol. 2||17||Audio||2003-04-13||QN5 Music|
|4||Forevershine / Upclose & Personal / Set It Up||7||Audio||2004|
|5||The Best Of Pack FM||23||Audio||2007||QN5 Music|
|7||I Fucking Hate Rappers||15||Audio||2010-05-20||QN5 Music|
|8||I F*cking Hate Rappers (Rage Edition)||15||Audio||2010-06-15||QN5 Music|
|9||Paint The World||4||Audio||2010-09-07||Culture VI Records|
|10||Featured Material Vol. 4||20||Audio||2012-06-19||QN5 Music|
|11||Freestyle Marathon||8||Audio||2001||Bronx Science Recordings|
|12||Getting Up Anthem: Part One||6||Audio||2006||Eckō Unltd.|
MC from Brooklyn. Member of [a=Extended Famm] and [a=Plague, The (3)].
PackFM began his distinguished battle career early, including such titles as "88HipHop MC Battle Champion", which he held for four undefeated months until retiring and being placed in their Hall Of Fame. He was the last man standing out of 32 MC's in the legendary "Braggin' Rites" tournament. In 1999 he swept the competition at "Next Generation Battle" at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. He also won the TDK sponsored "24 Hour MC Battle" an astounding three months in a row, and was featured along with previous winners in XXL Magazine.
In 2000, PackFM collaborated with [a=Tonedeff] to compete in the Napster/Rapstation.com "Power To The People And Beats" contest. Their track was chosen among the top six out of over 80 contestants. That same year he was a finalist in the Rock Steady Crew's annual MC Battle, and then placed 2nd out of 100 MCs in the Source Magazine's "Unsigned Hype Live MC Battle Tournament". Countless victories in the battle circuit caught the attention of a few independent filmmakers. PackFM was featured in the award-winning Dutch documentary Kika NY, and appeared in the acclaimed independent film Freestyle alongside Pharoahe Monch, Mos Def, Supernatural, The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac. Freestyle was featured in the Sundance Film Festival in 1999, and received praise from the critics for it's raw portrayal of hardcore battle emcees.