Caddy Pack, born as Selina Pack May 1989 in Heidelberg Germany has an American father from Baltimore Maryland and a German mother. Because her father was a US Army soldier, her family was stationed to Clarksville Tennessee, Berlin, Hohenfels and Heidelberg Germany.
Due to the different music preferences of her partens, Caddy was influenced by a wide range of genres from the very beginning. After falling in love with music Caddy knew she wanted to be active in the music scene. At the age of 14 she was capable of showing her talents, writing her own lyrics and entertaining people in school and others around her. At a freestlye battle in her town is where she met "Tuny Chris", her first producer. In August 2006 she released her first single "Coming Right To Ya!" produced by Tuny Chris and released by his independent lable "Burning South Records".
Caddy has a unique stage presence - 4.9 feet of bursting energy that leaves a distinctive fascination left with every audience she performs to.
She gets hundreds of people call and respond to her and her songs even though many hear them for the first time. So far she has gathered remarkable references such as performing as the support act of following artists: Travis Porter, Waka Flocka Flame Soulja Boy, Ying Yang Twins, 2 Chainz, T-Wayne
Eric Bellinger, Petey Pablo, Wooh Da Kid, Kurtis Blow Princess (of former Group "Crime Mob")
Lady Souvereign & many more!
Also German Acts: Xavier Naidoo, Kool Savas , Azad Das Bo, D-Flame and songs with:
Joelina Drews, Money Boy & Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht.
AS AN ARTIST
Caddy Pack convinces with punchlines, amazing flow and an innovative style. She is flexible and open to all kinds of music, which makes every song a unique piece - no songs sound the same. All of her music is written by herself and you will even hear her singing on some of the hooks. She plays the guitar and drums -
From EDM, Trap or Rap, she knows no limits making music she loves.
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