Camp Lo: I Love It Then

As produced by Ski Beatz...

Sampled from Stevie Wonder's: Send One Your Love 12" (Motown ,1979) which reached #4 on the Billboard pop singles chart in 1979 and was the leading single off Wonder's Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants (Polygram, Oct. 30, 1979), which was principally an instrumental album.

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