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1. Smif N Wessun (feat. Poppa Doo) - Bring It On Your Ass 0:00 2. DJ S&S (feat. OGC) - Monday Blues For Brooklyn Crew 2:20 3. Starang Wondah - The Game 5:23 4. Boot Camp Clik - Daddy Wanna 8:22 5. Cocoa Brovaz (feat. Prodigy) - We Pledge Allegiance 13:40 6. Black Moon (feat. M.O.P. & Teflon) - Annihilation 16:19 7. Buckshot - The Real 19:48 8. Boot Camp Clik - 1-2-3 (prod. by Pete Rock) 22:33 9. Heltah Skeltah - Exclusive 26:20 10. Boot Camp Clik - Here We Come (prod. by 9th Wonder) 29:35 11. Boot Camp Clik - Yeah (prod. by Marco Polo) 34:04 12. Boot Camp Clik - And So 38:44 13. Heltah Skeltah & Saukrates - Ultimate MC 42:25 14 Boot Camp Clik - What You See 45:18 15. Sean Price - Don't Say Shit To Ruck 48:48 16. Boot Camp Clik - Welcome To Bucktown USA 53:01 17. Buckshot & Rock From Heltah Skeltah - Eye Of The Scorpio 58:15 18. Starang Wondah - Animal 1:02:51 19. Boot Camp Clik - Trading Places 1:05:42 20. Boot Camp Clik - But The Game Is Still Tha Same (prod. by Da Beatminerz) 1:09:15 21. Smif N Wessun - Gun Rap 1:12:45 22. Boot Camp Clik - So Focused (prod. by 9th Wonder) 1:15:46 23. Sadat X (feat. Heltah Skeltah) - The Great Diamond 1:19:51 24. Smiff N Wessun - Autobiography 1:23:43 25. Boot Camp Clik – Yesterday 1:27:44
Boot Camp Clik is an American hip hop supergroup from Brooklyn, New York City, which is composed of Buckshot (of Black Moon), Smif-N-Wessun (Tek and Steele), Heltah Skeltah (Rock and Sean Price) and O.G.C. (Starang Wondah, Top Dog, and Louieville Sluggah). Most of the members are from Brownsville, but Buckshot is from Crown Heights and Tek is from Bedford-Stuyvesant.
In 1997, the entire Boot Camp came together for the release of their first group album, For the People. Unlike Nocturnal and Da Storm, which used Da Beatminerz sparingly, on For the People the group completely abandoned them, and strayed away from their grimy, sample-heavy basement sound. Instead, Boogie Brown and Buckshot laced the album with live instrumentation production. The new sound did not go over well with fans or critics, causing the album to receive lukewarm reviews and disappointing sales. Instead of only focusing on the core Camp members, the album showcased a wide number of the group's affiliates like Illa Noyz and the Representativz, and also featured debut appearances from BJ Swan, LS, The BTJ's and F.L.O.W. The album's lead single, "Headz Are Reddee Pt. 2" b/w "Down by Law" failed to reach any Billboard singles chart. Following the release of For the People, the Clik's groups split up once again for separate releases. Tek and Steele were the first to return, now recording under the name Cocoa Brovaz, due to a lawsuit over their previous name with the Smith & Wesson firearms company. The Rude Awakening was released in early 1998, and like the Boot Camp album, was met with mixed reviews, and failed to sell a significant number of units, despite an opening bid at #3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop charts. The singles "Won on Won" and "Bucktown USA" received very little success, and the album's lead single, the Raekwon-assisted "Black Trump", failed to reach any chart.
After being dropped from their Priority distribution deal, the Clik took a lengthy hiatus from the rap game. Heltah Skeltah split-up in 2000, when Rock left Duck Down Records to pursue a solo career. O.G.C. retired (temporarily) as a trio, and has yet to release a third album. The Cocoa Brovaz signed a deal with then-leading independent rap label Rawkus Records, and released a successful single, "Get Up", from the Lyricist Lounge 2 compilation, but never released an album on the label. After dropping the group, Priority released the first Greatest Hits compilation of Boot Camp material, titled Basic Training: Boot Camp Clik's Greatest Hits, featuring 13 singles released between 1992 and 1999. Other than this, the only Clik related releases between 2000 and 2001 were a number of independent vinyl singles from various Boot Camp members.
In 2002, Duck Down Records signed a new distribution deal with Koch Entertainment, paving the way for a new Boot Camp Clik group album. The Chosen Few was released in late 2002, featuring seven of the original "Great 8", with Rock being the only absent member.