Check out this fourth studio album from Gang Starr titled Hard To Earn. Released on March 8, 1994 by EMI Records. Stream now online.
All songs produced for Gang Starr Productions Inc. “Blowin’ Up The Spot” contains a sample of “All Night (full mix)” performed and written by George Clinton. The printed CD label, tray insert, and booklet all display the catalog number F2-28435. Gang Starr: Hard To Earn (CD, Album) Chrysalis: 7243 8 28435 2 8: Europe: Unknown:
Tracks. The single “DWYCK” recorded in 1992 also featured Hip Hop duo Nice & Smooth. The track “Now You’re Mine” originally appeared on the 1992 Soundtrack “White Men Can’t Rap”. Hard To Earn is also the duo’s first album to carry the “Parental Advisory” label.
Hard to Earn is the studio/Mixtape Album by artist/Rapper/DJ Gang Starr, and Album has highlight a Rap sound. It was released/out on 1994 in English dialect, by some Music Recording Company, as the follow-up to last studio/Mixtape Album.
Intro (The First Step) Lyrics. Gang Starr ’s classic 4th studio album, released in 1994. The legendary duo of the late MC Guru and respected producer DJ Premier bring another essential album that would live on for years. This album had a much more gritty, stripped down sound than their previous albums. It peaked at number 25 on the Billboard 200.
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Here we are in the nine-square with another Gang Starr album. This one is called Hard to Earn. To theorize on that title, it took years and years for Guru and DJ Premier to gain a reputation as one of the finest NY duos in hip-hop, especially considering that the former’s from Boston and the …
Hard to Earn. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Hard to Earn is the fourth album from the hip hop duo Gang Starr. It was released in March 8, 1994 and featured the singles “Mass Appeal”, “DWYCK”, and “Code of the Streets”. Guest appearances on the album …