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Heltah Skeltah

Boot Camp Clik affiliates Heltah Skeltah delivered a celebrated debut album, Nocturnal (1996), but struggled to follow through with subsequent output as their reputation simmered despite a fine follow-up, Magnum Force (1998). The Brooklyn duo of Ruck and Rock began as two-thirds of the Fab Five along with O.G.C. (the Originoo Gunn Clappaz) and together scored an underground hit with "Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka." The group split in 1996 to record solo albums for Duck Down Records, Heltah Skeltah's Nocturnal and O.G.C.'s Da Storm. Of the two, Heltah Skeltah's garnered the most acclaim, and the duo thus became a small underground sensation, appreciated largely for their vocally inventive yet strictly hardcore style. Their contributions to the Boot Camp Clik's For the People (1997) furthered the acclaim, but by the time Heltah Skeltah returned with their follow-up, Magnum Force (1998), the hype had died down, and the album unfortunately met a mediocre acceptance, partly because the duo toned down their hardcore posturing. Following this minor disappointment, Heltah Skeltah maintained a low profile and were not invited to join the long-awaited Boot Camp Clik follow-up, The Chosen Few (2002). ~ Jason Birchmeier
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Track List: D.I.R.T. (Explicit)

1. Intro

2. Everything Is Heltah Skeltah

3. The Art Of Disrespekinazation

4. Da Beginning Of Da End

5. Twinz

6. D.I.R.T. (Another Boot Camp Clik Yeah Song)

7. So Damn Tuff

8. Insane

9. W.M.D.

10. That's Incredible

11. Ape Food

12. Hellz Kitchen

13. Smack Muzik

14. Ruck N Roll

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That Real sh**t
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Respect to real hip hop, "BOOTCAMP CREW" R.I.P BROTHER "P" ��
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Yo who ever writing de artist Bio need to get ur facts straight before u start spreading propaganda. 1st of all Fab 5 (Heltah Skeltah &O.G.C.) was never "technically " a group. Deh made a few joints. So they never seperated/sp l i t up. 2nd , Sean Price aka Ruck from Heltah Skeltah was not only on de cover of Boot Camp Clik album in 2002 "Chosen Few " but was all ova de album. So again it was neva that Heltah Skeltah was not invited to de album, BCC is family before and after hip hop/rap....B u c k t o w n
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orutra123090
Sean P* (stupid spell check!)
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orutra123090
Sean Penn was one of the greatest! RIP
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Rest in peace Sean Price
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Rest In Power P
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Rest in paradise Ruck
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D.I.R.T !!!!!!!!snif f i n g coke on yo titty
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Real hip hop
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laysha.sierr a
Real hip hop !!!!!!
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When it comes to underground. . . d u c k down music got that on lock!!!!!
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What the hell is your dick doin in the milk
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Rockness monster in my rap hall of fame fa sho
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The whole BCC has took hip hop to another level since the mid 90s. But of all the one that still brings it raw every time, Sean Price!!
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2nd best rap group behind the Wu
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Real hip hop also cant forget about MOP much love to the ville
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BROWNSVILLE
NEVER RAN
NEVER WILL
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Real hip hop
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Real rap groups with lyrics don't blow up. The wack ones always go platinum
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shawnstyles6
Them n**gas the truth but puffy took NY rap a different direction and them kats got left behind sad but true.
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terrorjones8
Mann, every track on dis s**t, is head bangin...
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These are the n**gas!
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Real hip hop is not dead !!!!
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The best duo eva TRANSFORM BK ALL DAY
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True indeed, next that will kill kill'em lyrically Random axe... cop that s**t sick.
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ITS A DAMN SHAME WE GOT KANYE & JAYZ THINKING THEY THE HOTTEST OUT, WHEN THESE CATS AIN'T GETTING THEIR SHINE!
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da incredable rap team fuk wit em i dare u real mcs ruk n rok
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now this is what im talkin bout when it comes to real raw rap
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Top Notch
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Booyakka! booyakka! Heltah is tha SHIZ SON!
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I was thinking the same thing as Kabar when reading the biography. Ruck is Sean Price. P!!!!!!
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Tell em Kabar, step ya facts up! Heltah Skeltah b**ch, illest niggahz in NY!
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D.I.R.T. Da Incredible Rap Team is just that! The Rockness Monsta & Sean P!!!!
And Jason Birchmeier; get your facts right. Sean P was on The Chosen Few, but Roc was doing his solo music out on the West during that time. No invitation was needed to get down. Boot Camp is one of the few Cliks that are actually family and not just working together for a check.
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I ain't havin that

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