Need a gift for a gifted musician?
The SoundCloud Premium accounts also come as virtual gifts and it takes only two minutes to get one. Head over to our Gift page and check out the different Premium accounts starting at only €29 per year.
The term "super-group" is rarely spoken within the current Hip-Hop landscape. Not since the days of the Hot Boys and the Dungeon Family has the rap world seen a super-group comparable in fire-power to PCC (Paper Chaser Committee). Hailing from Palm Beach, FL (one hour north of Miami), the Committee consists of Vandam Bodyslam, Breezy Bree, Mic Check, and A.I. Stay Fly. Having known each other since childhood, PCC officially formed while attending Palm Beach High School, where they soon developed a unique chemistry, bridging the worlds of music and the streets. Strongly influenced by the likes of 2Pac, Master P and early Cash Money Records, PCC initially formed around the then-already local favorite, Vandam Bodyslam. They soon began making waves around Palm Beach County as each individual member of PCC developed their own unique identity.
Since dropping their first mixtape in 2010, their songs “Club Scene” and “For My Niggas” have become local anthems and have helped develop a solid following in the South. To date, their music videos have generated 500k+ views on Youtube. Their fans, also known as TeamPCC, are a loyal and constantly growing family. This ever-growing fan-base has led them to being booked at high-profile events like the 2012 Diamond Awards, where they performed at the celebrity birthday bash for comedian Lil’ Duval. In 2012, the group also had the honor of performing at the famed DJ Demp 15th Annual Celebrity Weekend – one of Northern Florida’s longest running music themed events (15 years and counting…).
Separating themselves from the rest of the music coming out of the South is PCC's uncanny ability to make incredibly catchy songs, whether for the club or the radio, as well as drop some of the hardest street anthems. The group's comradery is a key contributor to their distinctive sound. The tight-knit group credits much of their success to their Southern upbringing and life lessons learned in the streets.
Hustle is a word that PCC incorporates into every element of their lives. It's this kind of ambition that has taken them from the street corner to recording studio to center stage. As time marches on, PCC continues to elevate their hustle, taking them to new musical heights.