Camp Lo & Ski Beatz Confirm A Reunion Album, Preview Some Joints From The Studio (Video)

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For over three albums, Bronx duo Camp Lo closely worked with Ski Beatz. Ski, who hailed from Original Flavor, was also working closely with Jay Z and Roc-A-Fella Records at the time of 1996’s Uptown Saturday Night album. Ski, Geechie Suede, and Sonny Cheeba have worked together again, into the late 2000s, before Camp Lo signed a deal with SRC Records and formed 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s with Pete Rock.

A new video, released by Nature Sounds Records, shows the trio in the studio, pounding out tracks from an upcoming sixth studio LP under the Camp Lo name. The energy and the sounds from the snippets sound especially pleasing for a group soon turning 20 years to the record shelves. Ski, who’s been hard at work with folks like Nitty Scott, MC, Curren$y, and Wiz Khalifa, is manning the whole boards for the first time in over seven years.

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