Gang Starr is an American hip hop band. The late MC Guru and the DJ / producer were DJ Premier.

The group was co-authored by Keith Elam, Keithy E. The Guru, in 1985 in Boston, Massachusetts as DJ 1,2 B-Down (also known as Mike Dee) and Donald D, J.V. Founded with the help of Johnson or DJ Mark the 45 King. In 1987 and 88, Gang Starr released 12 "records from Wild Pitch Records.

In 1989 the group broke up and the only member left under the name of Gang Starr was Guru. DJ Premier (also known as Waxmaster C) sent him a beat tape. As a result, Guru reached the Premier and offered to join Gang Starr. In the same year, he released his first single titled ve Words I Manifest Words and later continued with No More Mr. Nice Guy.

Throughout his career, the Gang Starr group has been the pioneers of the New York hip hop sound. Their published albums Step in the Arena (1991), Daily Operation (1992), Hard to Earn (1994) and Moment of Truth (1998) attracted great interest. So much so that "Jazz Thing" was a part of Spike Lee's Mo 'Better Blues. DJ Premier recently announced the release of a Gang Starr CD / DVD.

The end of the group and the death of Guru
As DJ Premier returned to the United States, Guru went on with his Gang in 2003-04 with another DJ touring Europe. In 2006, Guru stated that Gang Starr had reached the end of his interviews.  In February 2010, Guru suffered a heart attack and died on April 19, 2010. According to a statement released by his company, PR, Guru and DJ Premier opened the war seven years ago, and Guru said "the old DJ didn't want to have anything to do with his name." Guru's letter, which was in a coma in the last months, was also questioned by the family.

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