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The album's brief at 12 tracks, each averaging about two-and-a-half minutes (none even approach 4 minutes), altogether clocking in at about 35 minutes.Read more ›
For example, if you listen to Jay-Z albums ( God let us a close shave !), you cry buckets out of despair of the beats and of the lyrics, but if you play this one, the life smiles on you.
The topical Hip Hop is rapresented in wrong way by worthless rappers that don't know where the good taste resides !!!
Camp Lo is a duo from the Bronx (NYC)constituted by Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede and they use slang often to the point of incomprehensibility. The result is a amalgamated mixture of rhymes, that slips on the beats as oil !!!
Enjoy it !!!
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Posse from the Bronx - Reminiscent of "Krystal Karrington" and "Gotcha", the killer, bassed-out opening track of the album that propells you forward into the rest of the album. The stuttering technique is different and gets you awed in anticipation, leaving a good taste that the Lo is know for.
82 Afros - 1st of the 5 tracks featured on the Apache mixtape. I'm not too crazy about this track but it's growing on me. I would have considered "Good Green", "Digi Know" or "Lo Lean" as the next track. Ski demonstrates his lyrical capabilities near the end, with satisfying results.
Soul Fever - Reminiscent of "Soul Train" from Let's Do It Again. The perfect Foxy Brown-esque, boogie-down track for the clubs. Love the samples used in the background.
Pushahoe - Reminiscent of "Zoom" and "Rockin' It". If the Lo collaborated with Run DMC back in the '80's, this is the track that would have been created. True old-school flavor for that break-dancing sensationalism.Read more ›
Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede still have the goods to paint vivid lyrical pictures, especially when it comes to stories. Case in point: while songs about gold-digging women are beginning to get played out, "Material" is rather interesting. And "Jack n' Jill" is a love story not to be taken lightly. Other highlights include "Sweet Claudine", "Posse from the Bronx" and the metaphorically dope "Pushahoe".
While only 35 minutes in length, Camp Lo proves with this album that they still know how to drop on-point rhymes. Though at times they might be showing signs of age (see "Soul Fever"), you still shouldn't mind taking a trip to Black Hollywood.
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I rate this was a good purchase i would recommend this to others i know who enjoy good hip-hop musicPublished on May 11, 2013 by Kevin M. House
Camp Lo's first album, Uptown Saturday Night, was one of those albums that instantly blew my mind... Read morePublished on November 15, 2007 by D. Wilson
AAwww at last, my boys are BACK! A little of the old, a little of the new... New beats yet the same soulfull swagger! The album was long overdue but well worth the wait. Read morePublished on July 31, 2007 by Virtue
Camp lo is back on the scene again to give the industry another weak album. The only thing you can say about this group is they are consistnt with putting out garbage. Read morePublished on July 25, 2007 by Kurupt