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|Origin||Brooklyn, New York, U.S.|
|Genres||Booty bass, electro, rap|
|Labels||Tommy Boy Entertainment|
- For the clothing accessory, see Fanny pack.
FannyPack was a New York City-based electronic/hip hop group that was formed in 2002 by music producers Matt Goias and "Fancy". The band featured vocals by Jessibel Suthiwong, Belinda Lovell, and Cat Hartwell.
The group's 2003 debut, So Stylistic, was released in the United States by Tommy Boy Records and featured the hit single, "Cameltoe". In 2005, Fannypack released their follow-up LP, See You Next Tuesday, which featured guest vocals by Brooke Lugo and dancehall superstar, Vegas. Cat Hartwell is now a member of the band Holy Hail. Belinda Lovell is now a member of the group Retro Glam and is currently working on a solo album.
- So Stylistic (Label: Tommy Boy Entertainment) (2003)
- See You Next Tuesday (Label: Tommy Boy Entertainment) (2005)
- Ghetto Bootleg (Label: Tommy Boy Entertainment) (2008)
- Lil' Too Late (single) (with Skee-Lo, Belinda Lovell, REDStar & D.J. Cazz) (Premier Ent. Group) (2011)
Belinda Lovell as a member of "Retro Glam"
- "Cameltoe" (featured on Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and Jackass 3.5)
- "You Gotta Know" (featured on the Kitsuné release Kitsuné X)
- "Pop Dat Thing" (featured on the Moveltraxx release Da Movelt Posse)
- "Hey Mami" (featured on Dance Central, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift in Han's nightclub and Still Waiting...)
- "Seven One Eight" (featured on I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 episode "Paris...", and used as the outro on the season two opening episode of Girls)
- "Nu Nu" (Double J & Hayze Extended mix) (featured in Stick It, The L Word, and on Fired Up)
- "Fire Fire" (with Mr. Vegas) (featured in Stick It)
Belinda Lovell as part of Retro Glam has also appeared in:
- "Just for One Night" (featured in Super Swag)
- "Lil Too Late" (featured in Bunnies On Deck)
- "Live Without Him" (featured in Bunnies On Deck)
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