Hard to Earn is the 4th record from the hiphop duo Gang Starr. It had been released in 8 March 1994 and highlighted the singles “Mass Appeal”, “DWYCK” and “Code of the Streets”. Visitor looks on the record include Group Home, Jeru the Damaja, and Big Shug. At that time, all were area of the Gang Starr Groundwork, which made the recording a stepping-stone for future DJ Premier-helmed assignments by Group Home and Jeru. The one “DWYCK” documented in 1992 also presented hiphop duo Nice & Simple. The keep tabs on “Now You’re Mine” formerly made an appearance on the 1992 Soundtrack “White Men Can’t Rap”.
Hard to Earn is also the duo’s first recording to transport the “Parental Advisory” label.
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