‹  Home |  Music |  All Music
  • All music

Gang Starr 

Hard To Earn

179 LEI

Out of stock | Incl. VAT

2LP | NEW  | 2014

VIRGIN RECORDS

Hip-Hop

Hard to Earn is the fourth studio album by American hip hop duo Gang Starr.

Go to item

Gang Starr 

Ownerz

215 LEI

In stock | Incl. VAT

3LP | NEW  | 2015

VIRGIN RECORDS

Hip-Hop

Final album by legendary Gang Starr (Guru & DJ Premier). Includes the smash 'Skillz'.

Go to item

Gang Starr 

Jazz Thing

99 LEI

In stock | Incl. VAT

7" | NEW  | 2020

MR BONGO

Hip-Hop Jazz

With the original UK 7" of this release now as rare as hen's teeth, and with the group having recently 'reformed' for one last album together, the Mr Bongo replica re-release of this 1990 masterpiece by Gang Starr couldn't be more timely.

Go to item

Gang Starr 

Moment Of Truth

215 LEI

Out of stock | Incl. VAT

3LP | NEW  | 2015

VIRGIN RECORDS

Hip-Hop Conscious

Four years after releasing their classic album Hard To Earn, Gang Starr emerged with another classic in Moment of Truth, their first album released through Noo Trybe/Virgin Records.

Go to item

Gang Starr 

No More Mr. Nice Guy

119 LEI

In stock | Incl. VAT

LP | NEW  | 1989

WILD PITCH RECORDS

Hip-Hop

No More Mr. Nice Guy is the debut album by hip hop duo Gang Starr. The album was released on 22 April 1989; and it peaked at #83 on the Billboard R&B chart. The song "Positivity" peaked at #19 on the Billboard rap chart.

Go to item

Gang Starr 

One Of The Best Yet

215 LEI

In stock | Incl. VAT

2LP | NEW  | 2019

GANG STARR ENTERPRISES

Hip-Hop

One of the Best Yet is the seventh and final studio album by American hip hop duo Gang Starr, released on November 1, 2019. The album features previously unreleased and posthumous vocals from Guru, who died nine years prior to the album's release. The album features guests appearances from J. Cole, Royce da 5'9", Talib Kweli, M.O.P., and Q-Tip, among others.

Go to item

Gang Starr 

Step In The Arena

170 LEI

In stock | Incl. VAT

2LP | NEW  | 2019

VIRGIN RECORDS

Hip-Hop Conscious

MC Guru and DJ Premier were one of the most influential MC-and-DJ tag-teams of 90s hip-hop despite being overshadowed by other ensembles who experienced crossover success. Even with their underdog status, Gang Starr laid the blueprint for grassroots hip-hop and stayed true to their mission of being “dedicated ministers of underground sound”. Originally released on 15 January 1991.

Go to item