Prof Reaches New Heights, Drops ‘Pack a Lunch’ With Redman

prof and redman track pack a lunch
Prof & Redman on their latest track 'Pack a Lunch'

Prof, the rising star from the Midwest, has collaborated with Redman, reaching another milestone of success.

Prof & Redman spit on ‘Pack a Lunch’

His track ‘Pack a Lunch’ features both rappers spitting over an computerized beat with a brass section.

Unusual hip hop, usual Prof

It’s a typical, atypical Prof beat featuring two atypical rappers. Meaning, this is a collaboration between two very unique artists on yet another Prof track that is fundamentally distinct from other productions being released today.

Prof’s unique word choice and versatility from rapping to singing has defined him from the crowd. It is yet another one of his great releases from the Stophouse Music Group label. He’s gotten collabs in the past, but this has to be his most prolific one yet.

Backstory on Redman

Redman has been one of the most enduring and beloved rappers from the 90s and 2000s era of hip-hop and is still very much listened to today.

He’s known for his collaborations with Method Man of Wu-Tang Clan – they even starred together in the 2001 stoner film ‘How High’. His raps are known for being smart, comedic, but always tough.

The office favorite from Redman has to be ‘Slap Da Shit Outcha’ bar none.

Prof-Redman combo works well

The Prof-Redman combination works very well. Redman is known worldwide for his lyrical flow and saucy bars, which goes very well with Prof’s own raunchy style and unexpected flow. Prof’s wild ways translate into wild shows, which have earned him a name nationally in the US.

Our next prediction? That after this we start seeing Prof take off internationally.

Listen to the track below (when it premieres) or on Spotify

Written by Luc Rouffaud

Luc Rouffaud is the founder of Underground Sound and has six years of experience in the music industry, particularly running a music publication and marketing events.

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