Camp Lo is an american hip hop duo, formed in 1995, which hails from The Bronx, New York. The duo consists of rappers Sonny Cheeba (Salahadeen Wilds) and Geechi Suede (Saladine Wallace), both of Muslim upbringing
Initially signed with Profile Records, Camp Lo made their first appearance in 1996 on The Great White Hype soundtrack, with their single "Coolie High". The smooth party song was a minor hit, peaking at #25 on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart. Their first major exposure came with the release of their second single, the upbeat, horn driven "Luchini", otherwise known as "This Is It". The song became a crossover hit in 1997, breaking into the top 50 on the Billboard Hot 100, and reaching the top 5 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. The duo released their debut album Uptown Saturday Night in January 1997. The effort was widely acclaimed, praised for its accessible content and smooth, funk and jazz inspired production.
The majority of the album was produced by Ski, famous for his work with Jay-Z. Guest appearances were provided by De La Soul's Trugoy and Digable Planets' Butterfly. The album's 70s-style content was influential on a number of artists within the next few years after its release, like Will Smith, who enlisted Camp Lo for an appearance on his top-selling Big Willie Style album. Also in 1997, they appeared on Oran "Juice" Jones' single "Poppin' That Fly". They collaborated with Hip Hop legends De La Soul in 2000, on the song "So Good" from the Hip Hop 101 Compilation. They finally returned with another album in 2002, titled Let's Do It Again. This effort was not nearly as well-received as their debut, and was met with mediocre reviews and sales. Shortly after the album's release, Aesop Rock enlisted the duo to appear on his album Bazooka Tooth, exposing them to fans of the underground Definitive Jux label. In summer 2007 the duo returned with Black Hollywood after a five year hiatus from their previous release. In April 2008 Camp Lo signed with SRC/ Universal Records. They have changed their name to The Lo. This name change was a recommendation from NYC's Hot 97 DJ Mr. Cee. He suggested that this would assist the guys in reintroducing themselves to the mainstream. The duo released a new single titled "Lumdi", produced by Korleon and co-produced by The Apple Juice Kid.
On March 24, 2009, Camp lo's highly anticipated CD, Stone & Rob: Caught on Tape, was released. The album featured Brooklyn, NY singer, Yazarah, and was produced by Apple Juice Kid and Rob Chaseman.
Born and bred in Massillon, a small town in the working class state of Ohio, a young Kyle Myricks learned the value of blue collar work ethic at a young age. Kyle earned his nickname, the Stallion, because of the grit and determination that characterized his youthful athleticism. This same grit typifies his hometown of Massillon, a small city known for its steel mills and classic American feel. Over the years, Stallion would be shortened to Stalley, and Stalley would physically leave Massillon to pursue music in Brooklyn, New York, but Massillon is never far behind Stalley. Stalley embodies Massillon by emphasizing hard work, classic style and vivid depictions of his life’s journey in his colorful, timeless music.
In 2008, Stalley made his mixtape debut, “Goin Ape”, with fellow Ohio-native Terry Urban and 2009 saw Stalley release the follow-up “MadStalley: The Autobiography” to critical acclaim. During this time period, Stalley also built a reputation as a force on stage, opening for hip hop heavyweights such as KRS-One, Ghostface Killah, Styles P., Method Man & Redman, Jay Electronica, Mos Def and being featured on select dates on the Rock the Bells and Sneaker Pimps tours, as well as performing several shows at the 2010 South by Southwest Festival and headlining shows in Columbus, Ohio, New York City and New Orleans. Stalley recently performed live at MTV Studios. Stalley has aligned himself with a variety of brands including Creative Control, Adidas, Schott, LRG, Nixon, 10Deep, Huf, ALIFE, Mishka, Billionaire Boys Club and Play Cloths. On the music tip, Stalley is featured on Curren$y’s forthcoming Universal/Def Jam release “Pilot Talk”. As a solo artist, Stalley is heavily featured on Ski Beatz upcoming Universal/Def Jam release 24 Hour Karate School project and plans to complete projects with Ski as well as Producer Rashad from the 3rd in the coming year. His videos “We Can Do It Big” with the Cool Kids and “Address” with Curren$y, are currently in rotation on MTV2, MTV Jams, VH1 Soul, MTVu and HavocTV. Stalley has an on-going web-based TV series called “The Milq” with Creative Control. Stalley is also a guest blogger on the lifestyle website High Snobiety and was selected to blog for Slam Magazine’s website as well. Stalley will be featured in the television commercial for Def Jam’s “Rap Star”, a video game that will be released in the coming
Stalley-"MadStalley: The Autobiography" Download: http://stalley330.bandcamp.com/
“The Milq” at Creative Control: http://www.creativecontrol.tv/www/#/shows/the-milq/
“MilqandRookies” Slam Online Blog: http://www.slamonline.com/online/category/blogs/milqandrookies/
High Snobiety Blog: http://highsnobiety.com/columns/stalley/
10Deep Spring 2010 Lookbook: http://www.10deep.com/SPRING10LOOKBOOK/
DJ Terry Urban
Terry Urban is an American DJ and mixtape composer. He currently resides in New York City and is originally from Cleveland. He is a former semi-pro skate boarder and graffiti artist.
Terry Urban (yes, that is his real name) has been making waves throughout the global DJ and mixtape circuit since he burst onto the scene. From Hong Kong to Houston, Terry has smashed clubs worldwide, and his now infamous mixtapes and mash-ups have received accolades from such greats as Coldplay and Jay-Z.
The diverse nature of Terry’s craft lies beyond music and in the greater world of art and culture. Terry’s semi-pro skating stint, art school and graffiti background (his work has been featured in Beautiful Decay & Scribble Jam) influence his sound and can be heard through out his eclectic mixes that blend hip hop with punk with electro with rock. This flexibility has major corporations and records labels clamoring for him, such as Nike, Grey Goose and Def Jam Records, and has garnered the appreciation of celebrity fans, like LeBron James, P. Diddy and Kanye West.
If you have a pulse, you can find Terry Urban. As co-host of “The Press Play Show” (with his longtime DJ partner, Mick Boogie) on Sirius Radio, he directly connects with global listeners on a weekly basis. As a New York resident, Terry rocks the crowd at the city's best nightlife establishments, as well as monthly parties across the country. He continues to produce the most critically acclaimed mixtapes in the world (just ask Rolling Stone, Complex and The Fader magazines) and host tapes for the best up-and-coming artists today.
Like the tattoos on his arms, Terry Urban has engrained himself into the very being of today's culture. He brings true artistry to every performance and ensures that every party is properly rocked. Just ask for him by name: Terry Urban.
Terry Urban has released mixtapes with Mick Boogie, including "Unbelievable" (tribute to The Notorious B.I.G., hosted by P. Diddy), "The Graduate (hosted by Kanye West) and Viva La Hova, which mashed up Jay-Z and Coldplay. He released "Southerngold"  in 2009 which mixed Santigold with music by contemporary southern rappers. The mixtape drew legal attention from Santigold's record label in the form of a cease and desist later. . The mixtape album "Lady Stardust" put Lady Gaga songs together with David Bowie tracks 
Le Da Soul (December, 2009)
The Cleveland Show (December, 2009)
Lady Stardust (December, 2009)
Wild Young Heartbreaks (October, 2009)
Songs To Skate To (July, 2009)
Southerngold (May, 2009)
Unbelievable: The Notorious Edition (January, 2009)
Grammy Remix Project (January, 2009)
Cornerstone Mixtape #112 - The Best Of 2008 (December, 2008)
Viva La Hova (October, 2008)
Hi! My Name Is B.o.B. (March, 2008)
NBA Allstar Mixtape (February, 2008)
The Graduate (October, 2007)
AllHipHop Weekend 2007 (The Rebirth) (September, 2007)
How My Brain Works part 1,2,3 (2007 - 2010)