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Ghettosocks in 2016.
|Birth name||Darren Pyper|
|Born||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
|Origin||Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada|
|Genres||Underground hip hop|
|Labels||Droppin' Science Productions
|Associated acts||Backburner, Alpha Flight, Twin Peaks, Teenburger, Wolves, Lucky 7|
In early 2010, Ghettosocks' album Treat of the Day spent several weeks at #1 on ChartAttack's Canadian Hip-Hop chart, and his single "Don't Turn Around" won Rap/Hip‐Hop Single Track Recording of the Year at the 2011 East Coast Music Awards.
- Zoo School (2003)
- Get Some Friends (2006)
- Treat of the Day (2009)
- For You Pretty Things (2013)
- Heatwave (2011)
- Eclipse (2015)
- Battle Royale (2005) (with Bix, as Alpha Flight)
- Burgertime (2011) (with Timbuktu, as Teenburger)
- Kissing Hands & Shaking Babies (2011) (with Muneshine, as Twin Peaks)
- Wolves (2013) (with Bix, D-Sisive, Muneshine & Timbuktu, as Wolves)
Mixtapes, EPs, singles
- I Can Make Your Dog Famous (2008) (with DJ Jorun Bombay)
- We're Gonna Drink a Lot of Wine This Year, Boys. (2012) (with DJ Jon Deck)
- We're Gonna Drink a Lot of Wine This Year, Boys. 2 (2015) (with DJ Jon Deck)
- The Perfect Strangers EP (2010) (Twin Peaks)
- Mount Crushmore EP (2012) (Twin Peaks & The Returners)
- "Get Some Friends" (12") (2006)
- "Kaboom!!!" (12") (2010) (Twin Peaks)
- J-Bru - "Help! I Been Robbed" from Identity Crisis (2007)
- More or Les & Fresh Kils - "Pop & Chips" from The Les Kils EP (2009)
- Noah23 - "Old Dog" from Fry Cook on Venus (2011)
- Lang, Alison (2011). "Ghettosocks Nominated for a Juno". thecoast.ca. Retrieved March 15, 2012.
- "Ghettosocks Is The Godfather of Nerdcore - Noisey". Noisey. Retrieved 2017-01-23.
- Black, Mark. "Ghettosocks' tasty Treat". The Coast Halifax. Retrieved 2017-01-23.
- "Ghettosocks Wins Rap Single Of The Year With Don't Turn Around - Droppin' Science". Droppin' Science. 2011-04-18. Retrieved 2017-01-23.