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Gmb by Pac Div

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by Pac Div

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Label: RBC Records
"When have you ever known us to do what seems to be the trend?" ask Pac Div on "Fuck Y'all." Well, how about GMB? The L.A. trio has tossed the Pete Rock-lite beats and DIY triumphs of last year's The Div, and embraced minimalist, "ratchet"-style rhythms and boasts about hoes, weed and cash. They don't have distinct personalities -- it's difficult to tell their voices apart -- and no one, not even guests Kurupt, Kendrick Lamar or Blu, turn in a memorable rap performance. But "The Return," "Cross Trainers" and "Debo" bang as hard as anything found in the West Coast zeitgeist.

About This Album

"When have you ever known us to do what seems to be the trend?" ask Pac Div on "Fuck Y'all." Well, how about GMB? The L.A. trio has tossed the Pete Rock-lite beats and DIY triumphs of last year's The Div, and embraced minimalist, "ratchet"-style rhythms and boasts about hoes, weed and cash. They don't have distinct personalities -- it's difficult to tell their voices apart -- and no one, not even guests Kurupt, Kendrick Lamar or Blu, turn in a memorable rap performance. But "The Return," "Cross Trainers" and "Debo" bang as hard as anything found in the West Coast zeitgeist.

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About This Album

"When have you ever known us to do what seems to be the trend?" ask Pac Div on "Fuck Y'all." Well, how about GMB? The L.A. trio has tossed the Pete Rock-lite beats and DIY triumphs of last year's The Div, and embraced minimalist, "ratchet"-style rhythms and boasts about hoes, weed and cash. They don't have distinct personalities -- it's difficult to tell their voices apart -- and no one, not even guests Kurupt, Kendrick Lamar or Blu, turn in a memorable rap performance. But "The Return," "Cross Trainers" and "Debo" bang as hard as anything found in the West Coast zeitgeist.