Camp Lo x Pete Rock ft. Mac Miller - Megan Good

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Megan Good is a work of art. No, I am not talking about the actress, although she just might be one too (did you see that BET Awards dress?!); the Megan Good I am referring to is the latest feature from Camp Lo and Pete Rock. While they might be veterans, Sonny, Geechi and Rock still have what it takes to make a dope cut. CL Smooth’s former sidekick sets the mood, crafting a funky instrumental driven by a staggered bassline. While you might think a beat this quirky would be difficult to rhyme over, Camp Lo’s years of experience have evidently served them well, as they sound utterly natural here. Adding some new school flavor is Mac Miller, who delivers a raunchy, left-of-center guest verse. Megan Good is set to appear on Camp Lo and Pete Rock’s forthcoming collaborative album, 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s Pt. II, due out late this month.

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