From late 1994 to early 1996, the members of Camp Lo worked with producer Ski on a series of demos in Ski's home studios at Valentine Ave in the Bronx, 110th Street in Spanish Harlem, and 1520 Sedgewick Ave. in the Bronx (the home of hip hop's first parties with Kool DJ Herc).
These cassette demos were the foundation for the group's debut album, as well as a collection of slick tracks that never made it to the public.
Found in a basement nearly twenty years after they were recorded, these demos show Camp Lo at their finest, and represent that true 1990s hip hop flavor, On The Way Uptown. You can listen to the entire album on Okay Player.
SPIN has a very good piece about it, you can read HERE.