Top 10 Gang Starr Songs

Gang Starr’s newest album One Of The Best Yet is due out Nov. 1, which will be their first new release in 16 years. Since Guru’s death in April 2010, DJ Premier has always intended to release a posthumous Gang Starr project. "I never lost faith, or wavered,” Premier said of the possibility that Gang Starr would release a new album. “I still felt it inside of me, it just happened to be nine years [after Guru’s passing].”

Gang Starr has released 6 studio albums prior to the upcoming album and, throughout the years, they have gained the reputation of being one of the first pioneers of jazz rap. Ahead of the release of One Of The Best Yet, we wanted to look back at the hip-hop duo’s discography thus far. Here are 10 of our favorite Gang Starr tracks.

"Mass Appeal" (Hard to Earn, 1994)

"Royalty" (Moment of Truth, 1998)

"Step In The Arena" (Step in the Arena, 1991)

"Full Clip" (Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr, 1999)

"Take It Personal" (Daily Operation, 1992)

"Code Of The Streets" (Hard to Earn, 1994)

"Rite Where U Stand" (The Ownerz, 2003)

"Work" (Moment of Truth, 1998)

"Above the Clouds" (Moment of Truth, 1998)

"Family and Loyalty (feat. J. Cole)" (One of the Best Yet, 2019)

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Article image: Gang Starr in 1998. (Mika Väisänen [CC BY-SA 3.0] via Wikimedia Commons.)



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