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Guru’s music is a continual education and always takes you back to the moment you first heard it and the immense swell of emotion you felt. Pure vibes to the ears and a sharp pulse to the mind. Stimulating, inspiring, beautiful. I’m so grateful to have his music in my collection. Remembering his “Universal” Magnificence. Rest In Power (Gifted to us all 17/07/61)
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Guru, you were the only man that could make a white boy from West Texas understand this world and why it hates. I understand much more about my politics, my race, and my spirituality because of your lyrical content.
“A mind is a terrible thing to waste;
I show love cause it’s a terrible thing to hate.”
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Just listening to Pandora and your music came up in the rotation, OMG!!! your lyrics were ill. Knowledge dropping on a constant. Definitely not forgotten.
As-Salamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatuallah.
Guru has always and will be my most adored MC! I listen to your music everyday and lose myself in your intelligence and wit. I feel so privileged to have the opportunity to have listened to his sound!
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All over the world your words,your teaching to the youth,your music,your character have unique impact on my life,and my heart and soul as raised as a hip hop kid who undertsand true value of this world.
ONCE IN A LIFE TIME ONE GURU,ONE TEACHER.
R.I.P. GURU !!!
I followed your career from the beginning to the end and want to say a big thank you to you GURU for impacting my life and the hip hop community in general albums like moment of Truth and jazzmatazz are still fresh in my mind.love y’ou miss you GURU and pray you continue to rest in perfect peace Amen!
I am glad that you made such a large impact on the region and a permanent mark on all of mankind. Your music was great and you phrasing even better. R.I.P. MC Guru
R.I.P GURU! From Ex to the Next up to Baldhead Slick I followed your music. I fell in love with Hip-Hop because of Gang Starr’s Hard to Earn album and so Keith Elam will live on in my memories as well as countless others. Much Respect to Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal.
Wow! I didn’t know guru passed few years ago. I’ve always loved his music especially jazzmatazz. Sorry for his loss and his music lives on still.
Unfortunatelly, I learned GURU in summer 2013. His music is eternal, as it deals with issues which are timeless and are a big part of our society. Thank you for your contribution, through your songs I realized something I’ve never seen this way before. Rest in peace, the slickest musician in history