South Florida Rapper, Olo Pack is Making Waves and Tryna "Catch a Vibe" Feat. Hotboii

Olo Pack is one of the hardest working artists in South Florida. He's trying to make his mark in trap music with his deeply personal lyrics, his struggle, and the daily grind to get that good life. His new song, Catch a Vibe Ft. Hotboii is a whole vibe. The rapper is trying to "catch a better vibe, wake up every morning gotta get up on my grind." 

Olo, who's originally from Carabet, Haiti, but calls West Gate, Florida home, also has features with YFN Lucci, OMB BloodBath, FCG HEEM, Jay Band$, TTG STVX, and his Solid Squad / Right Now Music Group label mate Li Runt, formerly known as 2k/ 2k2x. He has new visuals jumping off every week as he's building up to the release of his upcoming EP, Pandemic Politics. 


He's been spitting out track after track. Last month, he dropped a dope music video for his song, Neighborhood Villan.  Olo Pack really introduces himself with this one, showing off his lyrical talent and street creds with sick bars like, "I'm the neighborhood villain, turn you to a ghost. If they don't let me in then Imma kick the door."  The song and the visual are lit!  Check out the visual below...


"I can't wait to put my momma in a mazzi"

What artists influence your sound?
Kodak Black, Lil Poppa , Meek Mill, and Roddy Ricch.

Where did you get this name from? 
My real name is Eleazar Devalon. But "Olo" came from being a loner, and "Pack" from being involved in the streets.

How would you describe your sound?
Music you can slide, vibe, and ride to. But some painful... A lot of heartfelt. Basically  different varieties for everyone.. I’m versatile.

He also dropped Its All Love in August. "It ain't never what it seems, it ain't never what you think, it ain't never what you see. It ain't never what it be, you ain't gon' never be like me." The trap song is a true representation of Olo Pack's vibe.  And the melodic nature of this track makes it playlist friendly.


"Hatin' on a nigga, why you tryna kill my image."

Coming up in the Palm Beach, life hasn't always been ideal. Like too many rappers, he has his share of haters and negative influences. The emcee grew up in the trenches and started getting into shit at 14.  But Pack quickly learned some life lessons.  He was recently interviewed and featured on Dirty Glove Bastard's "Off The Porch", and explained., "I wanted to make money, but I didn't wanna go to jail that bad...Its no girls in jail. Its no money in jail. I don't know why niggas wanna go to jail so bad."  Now his energy is put into his music. Pack spends long nights in the studio; he's not into clubbing unless he's getting paid. And that energy and determination is paying off. Olo's buzz is getting stronger and his fan base is building quickly. If he keeps putting out this caliber of music, he is definitely up next.  

“Hide The Ball”, “Hesitate”, “With That”, “Neighborhood Villain”, and “Intro” are all out now on all major streaming platforms.  

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