"Stick up kids is out to tax."
Rest In Power, Guru!
At this point, everyone and their moms is either sharing their opinion or being asked about Big Sean's "Control" that leaked the other night with Kendrick Lamar and Jay Electronica riding shotgun. And instead of flooding the site with separate posts, we're gonna try and piece together groups at a time. Up first, Just Blaze
The Dopehouse has teamed up with the homie Mark over at StrictlyCassette who has really been doing his thing, cooking up a slew of dope new, modern releases and pressing them onto that little slice of plastic nostalgia we call tapes. For their latest project, they managed to track down and re-master a collaboration the
On the third anniversary of Guru's untimely passing, Mister Cee dedicates his "Throwback at Noon" segment to the Gang Starr legend. Shouts to Miss Info on the audio. PREVIOUS: Best Of Tuesdays Mix: Onyx & M.O.P Edition | Big Pun Tribute Mix | ODB Tribute Mix | Biggie, Jay-Z or Nas Mix
With today, sadly, marking the third year since Guru's tragic passing, the good folks at ego trip have unearthed this old VHS (remember those?) footage of the "electronic press kit" for he and DJ Premier's 1991 album. Dopeness.
One of my favorite Gang Starr cuts, "Next Time" from 1998's Moment Of Truth. Keith Edward Elam. July 17, 1961 – April 19, 2010.
Gang Starr - Tongue of Terror It's been two years since the ill-timed death of Keith "Guru' Elam, and to be quite blunt, it's very frustrating to see this icon's contributions to the culture go so neglected. It seems all the fuckery that went down right after his passing with Holar's (from here on out
On the second anniversary of Guru's untimely passing, Mister Cee pays homage through music on Hot97's Throwback at Noon. DOWNLOAD: Mr. Cee's Guru Tribute Mix PREVIOUS TRIBUTE MIXES: Eazy-E | Nate Dogg | Notorious B.I.G. | Big L | J Dilla | Big Pun
Nothing new or rare here. Posted because some may have never seen this footage. Featuring Premo, Guru, Group Home, Jeru the Damaja, Afu-Ra, DJ Scratch & the rest of the Gang Starr foundation. Some of the things Preme mentioned back then seem almost prophetic now, especially his dialogue about vinyl culture. (2)dope! Hit the jump