Name: Keith (Posted: 12/6/2008 8:09:00 PM; Partial IP: 69.225.131)
Comment: Great song.
Name: HWorks1 (Posted: 10/17/2005 3:23:00 PM)
Summary: My Boys Are Back. Lo Ever!
Comment: Man, just when you think these guys are gone, they suddenly bring out another slammin' joint. Yeah, some people aren't pleased with the sample that MF Doom already used but hey, you can't front that it works and gives them that Uptown Saturday Night flavor. Besides those same people complaining should check out how bad Jadakiss used the "Luchini" beat for one of his song in a R+B vibe. Only the LO pulled that off with such finesse that no one else can duplicate that success. They need a video for this song. Can't wait for their Fort Apache mixtape!
Name: Low Income (Posted: 10/5/2005 9:31:00 AM)
Comment: Great flow and lyrics on a great instrumental. Who cares about the sample? They stuck to the style they are known for on what will be a future classic.
Name: OoShontellOo (Posted: 9/30/2005 2:15:00 PM)
Summary: This Song Is Fiyyah
Comment: This song is hot. The lyrics are kinda weak, on some average type shit, but the beat and most definitely the hook make it a banga. I'd bang this in my suburban. Fo' sho!
Name: wunderman (Posted: 9/18/2005 1:06:00 AM)
Summary: Guess Who's Back
Comment: OK, so what if they used the same sample from Doom's album. This new Camp Lo ish is some vintage material. I just love the way they used the 'Gotcha' sample throughout the track and if this is what to expect from them in the near future, well I'll definitely stay on the lookout!
Name: michael aka al khidr (Posted: 7/11/2005 11:08:00 AM)
Summary: Whew ! This Is Hot
Comment: This is Camp Lo at their best, vintage Suede and Chiba. The beat is on point, although it's been sampled by a few other artists, Jocko tweeked it a little to capture that Camp Lo vibe. This is a great song and Tyler Woods vocals fit in perfect. It's classic lo, along the lines of Luchini and Cooley High.
Name: playette77777 (Posted: 7/9/2005 9:44:00 AM)
Summary: This Song Was Hot
Comment: I have always liked Camp-Lo. The lyrics on this song were dope! Good production Jocko!
Name: MissRiss415 (Posted: 6/16/2005 1:22:00 PM)
Summary: The Beat Was Clean When Doom Did It, But Camp Lo Takes It To New Heights...
Comment: What can I say? I haven't stopped knockin this song since I heard it last month. Saw them perform it live at Back to Basics (SF) and went NUTS. This is the kind of track that I crave and rarely come across in hip hop today.
Name: joeblk-luv (Posted: 6/2/2005 4:05:00 PM)
Summary: "Summa Time Vibe"
Comment: These guys were ahead of their time, but this is perfect timing, the beat and the hook is hot.
Name: dapoet (Posted: 6/1/2005 1:29:00 PM)
Summary: They're Back!
Comment: This is hot. I can't wait till the next one comes out. Diamond Crooks are taking over.
Name: jaype (Posted: 5/30/2005 2:18:00 AM)
Comment: Camp Lo's always been smooth, but c'mon, this production is straight jacked from MF Doom's Operation Doomsday album. Same place Alchemist got it for Noyd's track. Red and Gold, check it on UGHH.
|Name: Decypher25 (Posted: 5/25/2005 4:54:00 PM)|
Comment: Camp Lo’s Sonny Chiba and Geechie Suede always sounded buttery smooth from their past hits “Luchini,” “Coolie High,” and “Black Nostaljack” from their slept-on debut Uptown Saturday Night. This single featuring crooner Tyler Woods is no different. Even though Alchemist freaked the same sample for Big Noyd’s remix of “Bang Bang,” it does give Camp Lo that blaxploitation-esque sound they are known for. No points for originality, but props for still putting out good music.
Name: stashlova (Posted: 5/17/2005 11:14:00 AM)
Comment: I always loved Camp Lo. This song is a great mix of talented vocals as well as soulful beat making. They always had great production. Even though Alchemist already used this sample for Big Noyd(Shoot Em Up Remix/Part II on the Album 'Only The Strong'). Nevertheless, I think the sample was used better in this song.