|The Realest Sport||The Realest Sport EP|| |
|The Mat||The Mat|| |
|Don't Stop (feat. Legon)||The Realest Sport EP|| |
|Winning Matches||The Realest Sport EP|| |
|Take Em Down (feat. Legon)||The Realest Sport EP|| |
|Cutting Weight (feat. Ill3 K)||The Realest Sport EP|| |
|The Entrance||The Realest Sport EP|| |
|Just Break Em (feat. Jesse Fick)||The Realest Sport EP|| |
In 2014, The Specktators transitioned into an independent label headed by Moe-T (the producer half of The Specktators) and Packy became a solo artist under the label that he helped to build.
In addition to his undeniable work as a writer and recording artist, Packy delivers an unforgettable live show. Throughout the early years of his career, Packy became a fixture in the Lansing hip-hop scene. Beginning with open mic sets and opening for local artists, Packy quickly developed his live show and stage presence to the point of selling out his local venue in Lansing and embarking on two nationwide tours in early 2014. He has shared the stage with artists such as Snoop Dogg, Machine Gun Kelly, Kid Ink, Timeflies, Chiddy Bang, Rockie Fresh, Yonas, SoMo, and many more.
Priding himself on hard work, energy, fan interaction, and dedication to his craft, Packy has independently built a fan base whose loyalty is unmatched. Look for Packy to be the next big name in hip-hop.
While he has not explicitly revealed his identity, his songs are registered in the ISWC database with "Tyler Cassidy" as the composer. Additionally, the business entity that runs Froggy's merchandise site, Froggy Fresh LLC, was established by a "Tyler Cassidy" with the title of "Owner" with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
The Lacs has recorded three albums for Backroad Records, a subsidiary of Average Joe's Entertainment, an independent label co-owned by fellow country rap artist Colt Ford. Their second Backroad Records album, 190 Proof, entered the Billboard charts in April 2012.