- Who Got Da Props? - Black Moon
- How Many Emcees (Must Get Dissed) - Black Moon
- I Got Cha Opin - Black Moon
- Sound Bway Bureill - Smif-N-Wessun
- Bucktown - Smif-N-Wessun
- LefLaur Leflaur Eshkoshka - O.G.C.
- No Fear - O.G.C.
- Operation Lockdown - Heltah Skeltah
- Headz Are Reddee, Pt. 2
- I Ain't Havin' That - Heltah Skeltah
- Black Trump - Cocoa Brovaz
- Two Turntables and a Mic - Black Moon
- Bounce to the Ounce - O.G.C.
Boot Camp Clik's Greatest Hits: Basic Trainingby Boot Camp Clik
This compilation from the Crooklyn warrior b-boy crew known as Boot Camp Clik contains a cross section of the posse's hits. BCC brought a military attitude and a rough, rumbling sound to the hip-hop table. The sound and feel is the essence of the Boot Camp, largely provided by the production team, the Beatminerz. Two members of the/a>… See more details below
This compilation from the Crooklyn warrior b-boy crew known as Boot Camp Clik contains a cross section of the posse's hits. BCC brought a military attitude and a rough, rumbling sound to the hip-hop table. The sound and feel is the essence of the Boot Camp, largely provided by the production team, the Beatminerz. Two members of the production squad, DJ Evil Dee and Mr. Walt, deployed missile-type beats with a signature bone-snapping snare. On the microphone, Boot Camp soldiers possess the kamikaze philosophy of infantrymen and the skills and wit of generals. Beats and flows are fashioned by the notion of Brooklyn as a treacherous abyss of warfare and gunplay, a proving ground for mental and physical toughness. Black Moon was the first out the gate with the 1993 release of Enta da Stage, an underground favorite that found mild commercial success with the remix of "I Gotcha Opin," which lifted Barry White's "Playing Your Game, Baby" effortlessly. Enta da Stage introduced the focal member and mastermind of the crew, Buckshot the B.D.I. In late 1993, the next battalion, Smif N' Wessun (later incarnated as the Cocoa Brovaz), dropped "Bucktown," the anthem for the Camp, and their blistering debut, Dah Shining, followed shortly thereafter in 1994. Heltah Skeltah and O.G.C. teamed up as the Fab Five in 1995 with "Lefleur Leflah" to take BCC into a newer, funkier direction. These two platoons followed in the footsteps of their Boot Camp predecessors laying further claim to the Brooklyn battlefield. Heltah Skeltah's debut Nocturnal and O.G.C.'s debut Da Storm took the Boot Camp back to the basement. With the heartbeat of Brooklyn beating within them, BCC is a unified collective that invented a rugged sound.
- Release Date:
- Priority Records
Performance CreditsBoot Camp Clik Primary Artist
Black Moon Track Performer
Heltah Skeltah Track Performer
Cocoa Brovaz Track Performer
Technical CreditsBuckshot Executive Producer
Art Shoji Executive Art Direction
Mark Copeland Producer
Dru Ha Executive Producer
Colin Jahn Art Direction
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