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|From||United States of America|
|Birth||9 December 1981, Savannah, USA|
|Death||19 May 2003 (aged 21 years)|
The details (from wikipedia)
Jason Johnson (December 9, 1981 – May 19, 2003), also known as Camoflauge, was an American rapper.
Influence and legacy
Johnson is the subject of a short documentary film called Camoflauge, directed by Lamia Lazrak. The film included interviews with Johnson's close family and friends including Tammie Green (his mother), Flau'Jae Johnson (his daughter), producers, and rapper Boosie Badazz. The film premiered at the 2016 Savannah Film Festival and won a 2016 Red Dot Design Award in Communication.
- Crime Pays (with Crime Affiliates) (1999)
- I Represent (2000)
- Strictly 4 da Streets: Drugs Sex and Violence, Vol. 1 (2001)
- Keepin It Real (2002)
- Underground Savannah (2000)
- Home of the True Emcees - Tribute to Jason "Camoflauge" Johnson (2006)
- The Camoflauge Collective (R.I.P) (2012)
- Still I Represent (2011)
- Dulaa "Pure Pain" Komplex Feelings
- DJ B-Lord "Bout My Money" Trick Daddy (feat. Camoflauge)
- DJ Smallz Southern Smoke 9: Money is Still a Major Issue (Part 1 of 2) (hosted by Pitbull) "Pure Pain"
- White Dawg "We Ballin" Bonifide
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