Vintage: Camp Lo Release A Collection Of Demos, ‘On The Way Uptown’

blame it on Meka January 2, 2017

On the lowest of keys, Camp Lo is one of the more unheralded rap groups of the 1990s. Together with producer Ski Beatz they released Uptown Saturday Night, a soul and jazz-drenched album that was as critically hailed as it was severely overlooked.

In an interview many years ago, Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede revealed that some of the beats they originally had was used by other artists, namely JAY Z and his Reasonable Doubt single “Feelin’ It.” The duo have now reached into their vaults and dropped a collection of demos and formerly vaulted tracks, On The Way Uptown. A 17-track LP, the album actually features the original versions of “Krystal Karrington,” “Luchini AKA This Is It,” “Sparkle” and others.

Stream it in its entirety below.