Gang Starr’s “Mass Appeal” was inspired by the duo’s disenchantment with the sounds of mainstream radio. The song was an attempt to mock what they perceived to be the politics of the music industry. They surpassed their intentions when “Mass Appeal” entered the Billboard 100. But the biggest achievement
[youtube id=”-iNpdrhzDxI”]Guru’s son Keith Casim takes center in the Gang Starr video for “Bad Name.” He gets a haircut and the transformation emphasizes how much he looks like his father. DJ Premier calls Spice Adams for his blessing of the song and Adams proves that breakdancing isn’t just for teenagers.
[youtube id=”iMsdzxuldQM”]Gang Starr’s video for “Loyalty” featuring J.Cole is a trip through the group’s familiar New York City haunts and old footage of Guru. DJ Premier and Guru’s son take a tour of the city sharing diamonds with friends like DMX. They see the community, share goodwill and connect with