Just when we thought it couldn’t get any better than Koo Koo Kanga Roo - turns out there is a booty bass group named Fannypack from back in the early 2000s!  You’ve got to give their 4 Star Blender reviewed album So Stylistic a listen when you get a chance.  It’s sure to get you moving!  We particularly like Sugar Daddy and Cameltoe…

Below is the original Blender.com review from Joseph Patel back in 2003:


So Stylistic (Tommy Boy)

4 Stars (Great)

Release Date: 7/8/2003

Underage Brooklyn girls make smarmy fun on system-boomin’ debut

Reviewed by Joseph Patel

They might be too young to know it, but these three ’round-the-way girls couldn’t sound more like late-’80s female hip-hop duo L’Trimm, who laid nasal squeals over booty bass and liked “the cars, the cars that go boom.” By contrast, Fanny Pack (from “the home of Biggie and P. Diddy,” as they boast) are streetwise, self-aware and clever, brazenly shouting “Let’s get famous!” Their simpleton rhymes, which ride over stripped-down Miami-bass beats, zing with delicious smarminess, especially when they make fun of female crotch bulges (“Cameltoe”). On the high-energy “Hey Mami,” they rip into guys who have no game (“Hootin’ and hollerin’/Ring around the collarin’/This ain’t Scores, you ain’t wavin’ a dollarin’ ”). These girls brag about their “asses and titties,” but their brains are hot, too.

Copywrite Blender 2003

October 01, 2015 by Molly Shaheen

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