Black Hollywood

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Black Hollywood
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Studio album by Camp Lo
Released July 24, 2007
Recorded 2006-2007
Genre Hip Hop
Label Good Hands Records
Producer Ski Beatz
Camp Lo chronology
Let's Do It Again
(2002)
Black Hollywood
(2007)
Another Heist
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Black Hollywood is the third album by Hip Hop duo Camp Lo, released on July 24, 2007, on Good Hands Records. It is the duo's first album in five years. The album is entirely produced by long-time collaborator Ski, who produced the majority of the group's first two albums, Uptown Saturday Night and Let's Do It Again. The album features guest appearances from Ski and Jungle Brown, who appeared on the duo's debut. The album's first official single is the title track "Black Hollywood" [1].

The album's original title was A Piece of the Action[2], a reference to the Sidney Poitier-Bill Cosby film A Piece of the Action. The group's previous albums were also named after films starring Poitier and Cosby. The song "Ganja Lounge" contains a sample from the voiceover at the beginning of the 1995 film Friday.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Posse from the Bronx" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
2 "82 Afros" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba, Ski
3 "Soul Fever" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
4 "Pushahoe" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
5 "Suga Willie's Revenge" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba, Jungle Brown
6 "Jack n' Jill" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
7 "Material" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
8 "Money Clap" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
9 "Ganja Lounge" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
10 "Black Hollywood" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
11 "Zoom" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba
12 "Sweet Claudine" Ski Beatz Geechi Suede, Sonny Cheeba

Album singles[edit]

Single information
"Black Hollywood"
  • Released: July 24, 2007
  • B-Side: "Soul Fever"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Black Hollywood". AllMusic. Retrieved 13 July 2014.