Since the mid 90s, Camp Lo has been a pair of rare emcees capable of balancing sharp lyricism with precise flows over smooth as Tennessee Whiskey melodies. The release of their latest cut, “Life I Love” is proof that even two decades after their debut, the duo from the Boogie Down Bronx still carry pens […]
Camp Lo is a veteran rap duo who just dropped a well-received new album, Ragtime Hightimes. They know a thing or two about Hip-Hop, and they’re adamant that Young Money rapper, and fellow The Bronx representer, Cory Gunz is that MC, and is on Kendrick Lamar’s level.
Hip-Hop didn’t pull its style, swag and samples from thin air. Like highwater slacks to younger siblings, they were passed down from an elder generation as a bundle of knowledge.
Great news for Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth fans. The renowned rap duo have announced the “20th Anniversary Mecca And The Soul Brother Tour.”
Pete Rock and Camp Lo recently appeared on Sway In The Morning to promote and discuss the concept behind their self-titled album 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s.
After delivering a few quality tracks, Pete Rock and Camp Lo return with the full 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s Pt. II project as promised.
Pete Rock and CL Smooth let the horns blow on their classic track “T.R.O.Y.” at New York City’s Central Park Sunday, July 28. Their performance was one of the highlights during Rock Steady’s 36 Anniversary concert, which banded together a list of notable veteran MCs.
It’s not every day that we receive new material from Pete Rock or Camp Lo, so for them to appear on wax together again is special. Both parties appear alongside Uncle Murda on a new track called “Clean Getaway.”
Hip-Hop is about breaking any preconceived notions. Therefore, Pete Rock and Camp Lo dropping a joint called “Megan Good,” featuring Mac Miller may raise an eyebrow, but you should still expect some funky Hip-Hop ish.
Camp Lo connects with producer Ski Beatz to drop a free EP called Fort Apache. For those that don’t know, Fort Apache is the nickname of the NYPD’s notorious 41st precinct located in the South Bronx, and the inspiration for the 1981 flick. Some of these joints dropped already on the Boogie Down duo’s Black Hollywood […]
Hip-Hop Wired sat down with the legendary Camp-Lo and Pete Rock to discuss their new highly anticipated album, what they think of new rappers biting their styles, and if there is any bitterness from the Jay-Z situation. The veterans came together to collaborate on the new album “80 Blocks From Tiffany’s,” and gave Hip-Hop […]
Camp Lo is back and preparing to release a new project later this year. In the mean while, check out the newest video and banger “Double Doors” from the Bronx bombers Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede as they take it back to the essence. Also click more videos here.