I Don’t Give A Fuck features Underground King Bun B and some classic production from David Banner. Look for this one on 8Ball & MJG’s Ten Toes Down due out 5-4-2010 on Grand Hustle.
I Got The Power is off of A-Mafia’s upcoming Digital Hustler mixtape. It takes balls to sample this track but he actually pulled it off.
Here is that world premier Jay Elctronica was talking about yesterday on twitter, The Ghost of Christopher Wallace featuing Diddy and produced by Quincey Tone.
The Gang Starr Foundation consisted of Gang Starr members DJ Premier & Guru plus alot of the other artists they frequently collaborated with throughout the 90′s and beyond. Such acts included Big Shug, Afu-Ra, Group Home, Krumb Snatcha, H Stax, Jeru Da Damaja, NYG’z, Freddie Foxxx & M.O.P.
First up is Serious Rap Shit by Group Home featuring Guru & Big Shug, this joint was actually produced by Guru himself.
The Piece Maker was actually taken from Tony Touch’s classic album of the same title. This joint I remember was at the begining of the tape and really set the tone for the rest of Tony Toca’s album, if your not familiar with the Piece Maker go get that.
Salute Part 2 is a dope song off of First Family 4 Life which featured Guru & Premier.
Incredible was yet another dope collaboration between KS and Gang Starr off of Krumb’s album Respect All Fear None.
This joint was labeled as a Gang Starr Freestyle on Funk Flex’s 60 Minutes of Funk Vol. 3 this is just some classic Gang Starr enjoy.
Counter Punch taken from original Gang Starr member and Boston general Big Shug’s album Who’s Hard? is one of the last songs which coupled Guru over some DJ Premier production.
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This album is shaping up to be a classic, Friends is the latest in a stream of leaks from Nas & Damian Marley’s upcoming Distant Relatives.