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I had listened but not truly heard Guru and Premier sadly until right around the time of Guru’s passing. We truly lost a musical genius and by all accounts a good man. I take solace in being able to hear the wisdom left behind on the tracks he left the world. It speaks to all colors, all creeds and all people regardless of musical preference. I send my belated condolences to the entire Elam family and thank you for sharing Guru with the entire wolrd. R.I.P.
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I’m so sad about finding out about your death, thank you for speaking out for a generation of people who care about love and soul rather than bitches, guns and money. Ahead of your time in more ways than one, thank you to Gurus parents for raising such a fine man and human being. You will be in my mind, and in my mixes One love brother
Man I discovered Guru way to late. I’m only seventeen and I first heard a Guru track in 2010. I never got to see him live. Now he is in heaven. Rest In Piece Guru. We know you’re up there. Hoping to see you one day at the heaven gates. We miss you everyday. Gang starr for life
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May Allah bless your soul, rest in peace.
Since Im young n from a distance in RSA. I only knew Guru in 2003 from the GTA3 game but did not know that it was the artist that made the hit with AngyStone. Surprisingly for not being informed my brother & I played a Guru a lot in 2010 almost everyday while traveling on the train to college. It was a tribute by miracle because we were both not aware that he has passed away. R.I.P G.U.R.U much respect
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You blessed us with so many quotes that apply to every-day situations. My brother and I often relay them to one another. RIP to one of the best and most original Hip Hop cats that every blessed the mic.
It was in 2001 when I first seen a gang Starr show. Coachella side stage they closed out that day and show it wasn’t 3 or even 2 that year but 1 day and there was a curfew that year. Guru and dj premiere were peaking and coachella pulled the plug on them because of that curfew but I remember the feeling when I fell in love with real hip hop that day. Guru you are missed but your music lives. Gangstarr Forever!
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Much respect to my man GURU, may God be pleased with you, my brother. Many of your rhymes influenced my life, especially the Above The Clouds joint, and I am privileged to have been able to let you know personally. I’ll never forget dappin’ you up in LA @ Roscoe’s. Long Live The Spirit of GURU!!!#RIP
First listened to Gangstarr 20 + years ago. Saw them in Manchester and Guru on his own Edinburgh. Still listenening to him today not gets better