Pac Div Enlists No I.D., Jim Jonsin For "Grown Kid Syndrome"
The West Coast trio reveals further details surrounding their Universal Motown debut.
Pac Div's debut album Grown Kid Syndrome has faced several delays over the past few years, but the group has an idea of how it will shape up. Like, Mibbs and BeYoung have revealed a few tracks and contributors for the Universal Motown release.
The Palmdale, California trio reveals that the 13-track release will feature production from No I.D. on a track called “The Greatness,” as well as beats from Swiff D and Jim Jonsin.
"We got 13 songs. We got a song with No I.D., it’s crazy. It’s called 'The Greatness,'" Like told DTS. "We got our in-house producer Swift on a lot of the production. I did a few beats on there. We got Jim Jonsin out of Miami, he did our two singles 'Let Loose' and 'Shit is Crazy.'"
The LP will also include the song "Mayor," originally included on the group's 2009 mixtape Church League Champions . "We gon’ put OG classic 'Mayor' on there, because that record was dope to us and still is, and we just feel like it needs to be reintroduced to the world," he continued.
The SoCal group most recently released its mixtape Mania! ahead of their debut.