From Dennis Paredes at Public Wizard Inc:
(Break Bread Projects/ The Compound)
Camden, New Jersey collective THE NUTHOUSE consisting of emcees Dave Ghetto and Fel Sweetenberg have released what some say is the most official De La Soul tribute mixtape to date, Camden High & Rising. Not because of the high level of talent exhibited by Ghetto and Sweetenerg, but because this project is hosted by The Compound Show's Set Free and none other than the Skit Master himself, DJ Prince Paul, producer of many of De La's most memorable classics. Now, couple that with the fact that THE NUTHOUSE, are extremely skilled wordsmiths, this project will definately grab your ear as they pay homage to one of hip-hop's most innovative groups, in a way that only they can.
Camden High & Rising
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The group debuted in 1998 with the classic 12″, A Luv Supream on Bobbito’s fabled Fondle ‘Em imprint. Goodvibe Recordings quickly followed up with a Nuthouse EP entitled Deez Nuts which featured cameos by El da Sensai (Artifacts), Planet (Outerspace) and Diamond Back (Deadly Snakes).
They appeared with Slum Village and Bahamadia on the 2000 Goodvibe tour, and has rocked mics on both coasts with hip hop all-stars such as Aceyalone and Jean Grae.
Now they are back to bring classic material to the forefront.