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19 April, 2011 8:46 pm

First video from Camp Lo and Pete Rock’s forthcoming collaborative effort, 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s. Court Dunn in the director’s chair.

13 April, 2011 2:16 am

Camp Lo and Pete Rock teamed to form a group called 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s, releasing a pre-album mixtape a few weeks back. This cut, which borrows the beat from Pete Rock and CL’s “Back On The Block” appeared on the tape, now remixed featuring Planet Asia. LISTEN: 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s – “On Ice [cont.]

31 March, 2011 2:00 am

Trackstar The DJ and DJ Mark Divita put together this mixtape in honor of Pete Rock and Camp Lo’s forthcoming 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s collaborative project. This does include some tracks from the upcoming album, as well as a series of classic blends of Pete Rock beats and Lo-Wah acapellas. Camp Lo & Pete Rock [cont.]

8 March, 2011 8:18 pm

Pete Rock is one of the busiest producers as of late, with several projects on deck. Just announced and certainly unexpected is the 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s supergroup, consisting of himself and Camp Lo. The project will manifest as an album, but first a mixtape of Camp Lo and Pete Rock blends, which will also [cont.]

5 September, 2010 1:55 am

Ski Beatz talks to The Hip Hop Chronicle UK about his album, the artists he is working with, and the mythical Dojo DD172. Sonny Cheeba from Camp Lo pops up to spread love as well.

18 May, 2009 6:20 am

Camp Lo is one of those groups that hip-hop heads hold near and dear.  Though they have not reached the success or solidarity of their debut album Uptown Saturday Night since it dropped, they continue to have put out solid hip-hop music for over a decade. Camp Lo had “swag” before swag was cool and had [cont.]

1 January, 2002 12:00 am

 Just before Puff Daddy was crowned as the originator of New York’s jiggy sound, there were two voices from the BX that did it before him, (and arguably just as well), but hardly saw the success levels of Sean Combs. Perhaps it was because Camp Lo’s sound was a little more raw than Bad Boy’s overly [cont.]

1 January, 2001 12:00 am

Don’t call it a comeback. As one of the bright one-hit wonders of the late ’90s, Camp Lo’s blaxploited vocab and attitude had style to spare for days but you got the feeling that they could only tap that formula for about one album until it started playing themselves. Perhaps knowing that, Camp Lo switches [cont.]

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