The homie DonChristian is at it again, but this time he’s bringing his whole crew for the Camp & Street collective’s first collaboration: “Collective Work and Responsibility.” The name of the mix is derived from the Swahili word Ujima, which is the third day on the Kwanzaa Calendar. It is meant to represent not only the principles of Kwanzaa but also the groups own hard work and dedication to their craft.
While Camp & Street consists of Le1f, DonChristian, Boody, Cybergiga and Rahel, they have brought out a plethora of talent with this new release. Featuring artists such as Junglepussy, Ian Isiah, Yung Lean, Ty Dolla $ign and others, this is truly an eclectic collection of artists and tracks. Each song has a unique feel and yet they all blend seamlessly into one another the way an album should. Take a listen below and let us know if you’re feeling it.
- Vibes – Rahel ft. DonChristian and Le1f (Prod. by Jeremiah Meece)
- Hesitation – Ian Isiah ft. Le1f (Prod. by Boody)
- Float – Ty Dolla $ign
- No One in the World (Bounce Remix) – Anita Baker
- Picky Bitch Checklist – Junglepussy
- Nokia – Princess Nokia
- Better (4Ever) – Maxwell Velocity
- Gatorade (DonChristian Remix) – Yung Lean
- Rocket (Camp Screw) – Beyonce
- Dammit Riddim
- Free Kiki – Le1f (Prod. by Cybergiga)
- Crown Fried – Dru Chris
- Now I’m Really High – Triple Six Mafia
- Reply All – dumb.tired.
- The Long Goodbye – JODY
- Lap of Luxury – ANTWON
- This Is Ur Brain – House of Ladosha
- Bottom of the Sea – Mess Kid
Be sure to check out the Camp & Street Kwanzaa Party, going down this Saturday (Ujima) at 11:00pm at Brooklyn Bowl. The party will be showcasing live performances by many of the artists featured on the mix. Reduced admission available when you purchase in advance.