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New Group Home Album Will Feature An Unreleased Guru Track; More Details Known

(August 26th, 2010) Babygrande Records is proud to announce the upcoming release of Group Home’s “Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal” on September 28th.  Honing their skills for over 20 years, Group Home is back to pay homage to their longtime friend and collaborator, the legendary Guru.

Group Home has unquestionably proven that they are one of the most important groups to come out of hip-hop’s revered “golden age.”  Appearing on Gang Starr’s 1994 album “Hard To Earn,” Group Home released their critically acclaimed debut album “Livin’ Proof” in 1995.  Now, Lil Dap has returned with partner Melachi The Nutcracker, enlisting the help of legendary hip-hop icons Jeru The Damaja, Lord Jamar (Brand Nubian) & more as well as some unreleased heat from former partner in rhyme Guru himself, to bring experience, perspective and their unique flavor to the game with their new album “G.U.R.U.”

Set for release on September 28th by Babygrande Records, Group Home’s “Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal” is a tribute to the movement that birthed hip-hop’s most celebrated emcees and a must-have for any true fan of hip-hop. (Babygrande)

I also get informed that the first single will be dropping on monday August 30th, the single is called “Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal (G.U.R.U)” and is featuring Jeru the Damaja. I’ve seen the cover somewhere but I lost it, ah well… Lets see what they can bring us!

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5 Responses to “New Group Home Album Will Feature An Unreleased Guru Track; More Details Known”

  • Comment from KAZAM92

    This whole thing is kinda weird. Livin Proof is Primo in his prime but holy crap these guys were shitty rappers. Lil Dap was passable but Melachi was just an abomination. I hope all those years made him better but I highly doubt that. Go listen to “Suspended in time” or “Up Against The Wall” to see my point

    Jeru? Haven’t heard from him in ages. I never listened to his post primo work so idk how he is.

  • Comment from iffy

    Yeeahhh Group Home is back is still kicking it with the realness hopefully Premier will get on this. Ever since i heard Supa Star i fell in love with Group Home.

  • Comment from Dick B.

    I’m not buying with Preem.

  • did Preem produce this entire album as well, like the 1st one?

  • Comment from Franco

    to KAZAM92
    you’re probably 18een yrs old and for sure you dont understand a fuck about rap.

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