Boot Camp Clik Plans ‘The Last Stand,” Other New Projects

Legendary rap crew

The Boot Camp Clik is gearing up to release their album The Last Stand, which

features all eight group members, as well as production by some of Hip-Hop’s

most notable producers.

Pete Rock, The

Large Professor, Dat Beatminerz, 9th Wonder, Ill Mind, Coptic, Marco Polo &

Sic Beats crafted the group’s latest album, which features Buckshot, Smif-N-Wessun, OGC, Sean Price and the return of

Rock (of Heltah Skeltah).

"Timing permitted

it to feature all the original members," Buckshot told AllHipHop.com. "We

didn’t say ‘oh now, we are gonna get together and do this.’ We never stopped

f**king with each other."

Rock, of the critically

acclaimed group Heltah Skeltah, returns to the rap collective after signing

with DJ Lethal’s label in a deal with Geffen Records.

The album was never

released, but the rapper is now working on a new album titled Monstah Musik,

in addition to his reunification with the Boot Camp Clik.

"Don’t sleep,

this album is something people are going to acknowledge," Buckshot said.

"This album will revitalize the game. We give the people good hip-hop and

that’s what this album is about."

The group recently

returned from a 17-city European tour of 8 European countries to promote the

new album, as well as other releases in the label’s extensive catalog, which

includes classic albums like Enta Da Stage (Black Moon), Nocturnal

(Helta Skeltah), Da Storm (O.G.C.), as well as recent releases like The

Chosen Few (Boot Camp Clik), Total Eclipse (Black Moon), Reloaded

(Smif-N-Wessun), Chemistry (Buckshot and 9th Wonder) and Monkey Barz

(Sean Price).

"Every show

was packed on the European tour, that was a good thing," Buckshot continued.

"Now we are going to start the tour in the United States to keep everything

going."

Dates for the United

States leg of the group’s tour are currently being lined up and confirmed.

The Last Stand

hits stores July 18 on Duckdown Entaprizez. Sean Price’s Jesus Price

Superstar hits stores this September.

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