The Scavenger Click consists of Mr. $krillz, Guilty, and J Streets. Mr. $krillz, Sactowns Finest, You need it he can find it. Presently 26 Years old, originally from the bay area, relocated to Sac in 1996. Rapping on the streets since 8, professionally in the booth for the last two years. With a flow as quick as Twista and Lyrics as Grimy as Cash Money, this Skrillafornia street soldier, unsatisfied with the street life, has moved his game from the block to the booth in an attempt to resurrect the West Coast Rap game. Guilty, a 25 year old hustla from the south side of Sac, has been Dabblin in the rap game for just over three years. The Manny Fresh Dr. Dre of the click combines a laid back flow with a smooth pimp voice. Along with his skills on the boards, this producer/rapper has got beat makers throughout the country desperately trying to up their game. As the Cornerstone of Cornerstore, and backbone of the company, the in house production squad, Guilty Ent. Produces about 70% of all of Cornerstore's records. J Streets, straight from the streets and parts unknown, was originally born in San Francisco. This Lyrical Ryder has been rapping for three years giving you that west coast Northern $krillafornia gangsta fever that has been missing since 2pacs passing. His continuous assault and aggressive flow leaves you wondering how violent this young man really is. Northern $krillafornia features several appearances by label mates The Gaf Pak. The Gaf Pak hails straight from the Bay Area. Since their inception in 2002, they have been a hot act to see live. By performing with bay area rappers like Yukmouth, Cellski, EA Ski, and Keek the Sneak (just to name a few) the Gaf Pak was able to leave their stamp on numerous stages across California. The two brothers T-Bone a.k.a. High Stakes and P a.k.a. SMIB have also honed their live skills by watching their world famous aunts The Pointer Sisters when they were kids. When the Gaf Pak ignited crowds on the Lyricist Lounge tour as a supporting act for dirty south big timers Killer Mike, Youngbloodz, and Cee-Lo Green as well as east coast hip-hop heavyweights Dead Prez, Bootcamp Click, and Cappadonna, the Gaf Pak showed they know how to demand respect on stage. Now with their first full length album due out this summer (Tools of The Trade), many are anticipating what this Die Hard duo will drop on wax.