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Camp Lo

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Luchini AKA This Is It Camp Lo 04:00
Coolie High Camp Lo 04:01
Black Connection Camp Lo 04:07
Say Word (feat. Jungle Brown) Camp Lo, Jungle Brown 03:13
Swing Camp Lo 02:50
Sparkle Camp Lo 03:38
Coolie High is Life Camp Lo 03:26
Krystal Karrington Camp Lo 03:23
Negro League (feat. Bones & Karachi R.A.W.) Camp Lo, Bones, Karachi R.A.W. 03:23
Killin' Em Softly Camp Lo 03:43

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Formed in 1995 in The Bronx, Camp Lo are one of the unsung heroes of late 90s hip-hop. Composed of Sonny Cheeba (Salahadeen Wilds) and Geechi Suede (Saladine Wallace), the group made their debut in 1996 with the single “Coolie High,” which was featured on the soundtrack for the film The Great White Hype. The song reached Number 25 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Singles and was followed by “Luchini AKA This Is It,” a major crossover hit that peaked at Number 5 on the same chart. Uptown Saturday Night (1997), their jazz funk-influenced studio debut, received praises from critics and featured guest appearances by De La Soul’s Trugoy the Dove and Digable Planets’ Butterfly. That same year, the album’s success led the duo to an appearance on Will Smith’s top-selling album Big Willie Style. Following the critical and commercial failure of Let’s Do It Again (2002), Camp Lo released Black Hollywood (2007), Another Heist (2009) and a collaborative album with star producer Pete Rock entitled 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s (2011). In subsequent years, the duo remained very active in the hip-hop scene, collaborating with Australian electronic music group The Avalanches on their 2016 track “Because I’m Me” and releasing 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s II (2020), the follow-up to their celebrated joint effort with Pete Rock.