What we do aint for everybody to snatch on, grab on and try to imitate and mimic...We only make our music for us, and for the cats who love us.
--Sonny Cheeba - Camp Lo
With a career spanning over a decade, Camp Lo isn't showing any signs of stopping anytime soon. In fact, they're just getting started. With a well-received and recently dropped mixtape entitled Stone & Rob: Caught On Tape Camp Lo is already thinking about the future and how to push themselves even further. With the "Camp" constantly expanding, in addition to an already stellar production team in long-time producer Ski Beats, they introduce us to newcomer The Apple Juice Kid, who pushes their style even further with a collaborative release with Suede entitled Freebass 808. In addition to The Apple Juice Kid they introduce us to Charles Herron who was featured on "89 of Crime" on the Stone & Rob mixtape. For these guys the future seems even more creative than the already formidable past.
After a awesome show opened by Charles Herron (who ripped the stage btw) Arize had the pleasure to sit down with Sonny Cheeba & Geechi Suede as the guys discuss everything from who they make their music for, to what's in store for the future and much much more! And don't worry, we made sure we filmed the guys tearing the stage up as only "The Lo" knows how to. So just sit back and enjoy classic Lo.
(Footage by: Derrick @ DA BUZ DVD)
(Pictured: Sonny Cheeba, Geechi Suede, Charles Herron)