Pete Rock & Camp Lo - 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s Pt. II

Posted 3 years ago

Hip-hop veterans Camp Lo and Pete Rock have released their sophomore collaborative full-length, 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s Pt. II.

The set is the latter half of a two-LP series launched in 2011. The duology's conception dates back to 2008, when Rock worked with the Bronx duo on Styles P.'s "On Smash." Heralded by Booth-approved lead single "Megan Good," the project will feature guest appearances from such noteworthy artists as Ab-Soul, Mac Miller, M.O.P., Talib Kweli and Uncle Murda. All production comes courtesy of Pete Rock.

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