1990's New York duo, Group Home, is ready to drop a new album this September, titled G.U.R.U. (Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal), via indie label Babygrande.
Honing their skills for over 20 years, the duo is making a return 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." First appearing on Gang Starr's classic 1994 effort, Hard To Earn, Group Home went on to release 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) and 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..
The group's upcoming studio LP is a tribute to the movement that birthed hip-hop's most celebrated MCs and is sure to be a must-have for true hip-hop heads.
G.U.R.U. (Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal) is slated to drop September 28th.Set for release on September 28th by Babygrande Records,
Below is a video of Dap and Mel discussing the come-up with Guru and DJ Premier in the Bronx, as well as teenage years of slinging crack, and chillin' with legends like Biggie and others.