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Uptown Saturday Night

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Download links and information about Uptown Saturday Night by Camp Lo. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 54:17 minutes.

Artist: Camp Lo
Release date: 1997
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 54:17
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Krystal Karrington 3:23
2. Luchini - This Is It 4:00
3. Park Joint 3:27
4. B-Side to Hollywood (feat. Trugoy the Dove of De La Soul) 3:45
5. Killin' Em Softly 3:43
6. Sparkle 3:38
7. Black Connection 4:07
8. Swing 2:50
9. Rockin' It - Spanish Harlem 3:36
10. Say Word (feat. Jungle Brown) (featuring Jungle Brown) 3:13
11. Negro League (feat. Bones and Karachi R.A.W.) (featuring The Bones) 3:23
12. Nicky Barnes - It's Alright (feat. Jungle Brown) (featuring Jungle Brown) 3:13
13. Black Nostaljack - Come On 4:11
14. Coolie High 4:01
15. Sparkle (Mr. Midnight Mix) 3:47

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One of the most original groups to emerge in the mid-‘90s, Camp Lo (Sonny Cheeba & Geechi Suede) dazzled hip-hop fans with their hyper-stylized rhyme couplets, baffling slanguage, and endless throwback references. Backing their oddball flows and interweaving verses was some seriously brilliant production from North Carolina beat wizard SKI (also known for his work on Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt). At times the Lo seem to be speaking their own language, flossing on the mic while shouting out Blaxploitation cultural touchstones like Cleopatra Jones, Jim Kelly, Foxy Brown, Huggy Bear, Super Fly, and the Poitier/Cosby joints that inspired the title. But even when you're not exactly sure what they're saying, it still sounds great. The album spawned several choice singles; their breakout smash "Luchini - This Is It," the mellow debut "Coolie High," and timeless party jams "Black Nostaljack - Come On" and "Rockin It - Spanish Harlem." A swaggering rap classic if there ever was one.