With the release date of Camp Lo‘s fourth studio album still TBA, fans of the duo can only guess when they’ll finally get A Piece of the Action. On the bright side, though, Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede have given us a little something to enjoy in the meantime: Stone & Rob: Caught on Tape. On Regulate, a newly-released record off the official pre-album mixtape, Brooklyn hook singer Yazarah takes the opportunity to hip listeners of the female persuasion to the duo’s legendary ladykilling prowess. Apple Juice Kid and Rob Chaseman serve up a head-bobbing funk instrumental as Sonny and Geechi spit slangy lyrical gems like, “She get down with the get-down in Madison Square/ She’s not a square now/ She like the way I strangle her triangular.” Even if you don’t know exactly what that means (I sure don’t), you have to admit that, after more than 10 years in the game, Camp Lo are still as hip as ever.
Written by richard on 03/8/09
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