At the time the episode was filmed, Camp Lo and Pete Rock were preparing to release their newest project, “80 Blocks From Tiffany’s pt. 2.” A few nights before a scheduled performance in NYC, The Revival crew was invited to attend a private rehearsal to shoot the episode. There, Maria “My-My” and Carl “CD” of The MC Media Group, sat down with the Hip Hop duo and revived some memories through conversation.
Episode 03 (part 01), of a two-part episode, focused a lot on the beginning stages of Camp Lo’s career. Discussing their formation, stories of recording with Ski Beatz (& one of the pranks they pulled on him), their classic hit “Luchini,” Geechi’s reaction after hearing the sample from “Coole High” for the first time and more.. it really took us, as Hip Hop fans, back. Even Geechi & Cheeba, themselves, had to burst out in laughter, reminiscing on the past. In doing so, as the purpose of the series, they were able to connect their humble beginnings to the journey that led them to this present time in their careers.
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