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Gang Starr - Dough In Advance / Brooklyn FLAC album

Performer: Gang Starr
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: Dough In Advance / Brooklyn
Released: 1999
FLAC version ZIP size: 1388 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1107 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1778 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 610

Dough in Advance, Brooklyn. Producers: DJ Premier, Guru. Main genre: Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Contains samples of 4 songs. Drums Soul, Funk, Disco.

Step in the Arena is the second studio album by hip hop duo Gang Starr, printed as a 1990 release, and commercially released on January 15, 1991. In 2007, it was named the greatest hip hop album of all time by IG. om. HipHopDX called it "the album that cemented Gang Starr as a timeless tag team. Filmmaker Spike Lee was a fan of Gang Starr's debut No More Mr. Nice Guy and loved the song on the album "Jazz Music"

Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr is a compilation album, featuring 35 songs released by Hip hop duo Gang Starr between 1989 and 1999, plus a brief 'intro' track. It was released by Virgin Records.

Gang Starr "Doe in Advance (Original Version)" (1994). Album: Hard to Earn Label: Chrysalis/EMI Records. Real Gang Starr fans always get their "Doe" straight. Album: Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr Label: Noo Trybe/Virgin/EMI Records. On this single-verse street narrative recorded for 1999's Full Clip anthology, Guru's crime rhyme with a moral is admirably pulpy. But it's Premier's ominous piano beat and gunfire snare hits that put this one over.

Dough In Advance (Unreleased). B3. Brooklyn (Mix Tape). LPGANGDJ 002. Gang Starr. Full Clip: A Decade Of Gang Starr ‎(2x12", EP, Ltd, Promo, 180).

Produced by Guru & DJ Premier. When suckers choose, they lose I'm like lethal, to you and your people It's like an outrage, when punks step on stage With the weak show, weak flow, and still make dough So I'mma take dough from em, and then son em Teach em how to really get biz like this Me and my gang's gonna swarm Brainstorm

Doe in Advance" is the name of this tune You know what's up hops, GangStarr's in the room Soon you'll feel the boom of masterpiece from the East Nuff respect to where you're from, just don't act dumb We drop the shit that's classic, you can't surpass it We lasted, and now we run shit, you. bastard I'm like an ambush, moving on you quick Got more depth than shallow rappers cause my game is thick A thousand MC's in a week I subtract Cause the market's oversaturated with scrub acts Who wants to try next, and who wants to die next? I&apo.

Gang Starr dropped their fourth studio LP, 'Hard to Earn,' in 1994. The album included the song 'The Planet,' an ode to Brooklyn from two hip-hoppers that actually hailed from somewhere else. DJ Premier, one of rap music's most talented producers, is actually from Houston. Guru, the emcee of the duo, is from Boston, but on 'The Planet,' the rapper speaks on why he felt the need to leave home and make BK his new city, while shouting out the various neighborhoods he frequents.

I played the first single, Mass Appeal, while throwing on my clubbing gear, I jammed the spooky Code Of The Streets while puffing blunts and blared the ghetto afro-futuristic Tonz Of Gunz through my walkman as I sat on the D train headed towards Brooklyn to hang with my crew at Frank’s. Although brother Lee left those streets behind many years ago, he remembered a time when Brooklyn could be a simultaneously wild and inspiring landscape for young Black artists.


A Dough In Advance 3:39
B Brooklyn 4:10


  • Co-producer – Guru
  • Mixed By – DJ Premier
  • Producer – DJ Premier


"Brooklyn" is an unreleased track that was an exclusive for a PF Cuttin mixtape.
UK 12" 45rpm bootleg,
"Brooklyn" label says "side b" but runout is GURU 1010 A
"Dough In Advance" label says "side a" but runout is GURU 1010 B
Otherwise similar to the release 703893