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Camp Lo Have More Hits Than Misses on ‘Ragtime Hightimes’

Aside from the horn-induced insta-feel-good vibes “Luchini” is regarded for, Camp Lo's debut album, Uptown Saturday Night, is an intoxicating blend of swift rhymes, eternally catchy hooks, and a 1970s soul sonic palette crafted by legendary producer Ski Beatz. Even though nowadays no fucks are given to rappers donning kilts, dresses and Hooter’s outfits, Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede were unfortunate victims of a different time and amid baseless accusations of homosexuality, Camp Lo never achieved the musical plateaus that their talent demanded. Five quiet years later Camp Lo and Ski Beatz returned with Let’s Do It Again, a painfully ...

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