The Streets

The Streets

 

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The Streets were an English hip hop and UK garage project from Birmingham, England,[1] led by the vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Mike Skinner.

The project released five studio albums: Original Pirate Material (2002), A Grand Don't Come for Free (2004), The Hardest Way to Make an Easy Living (2006), Everything Is Borrowed (2008), Computers and Blues (2011), an internet-only album Cyberspace and Reds (2011) and a string of successful singles in the mid-2000s, including "Has It Come to This?", "Fit But You Know It", "Dry Your Eyes", "When You Wasn't Famous" and "Prangin' Out".

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Highlights10

Original Pirate Material
 
Original Pirate Material is the debut album by the English rapper and producer Mike Skinner, under the name The Streets.
A Grand Don't Come for Free
 
A Grand Don't Come for Free is the second studio album from British garage and hip hop act The Streets.
Everything Is Borrowed
 
Everything Is Borrowed is the fourth album from The Streets.
Dry Your Eyes
 
"Dry Your Eyes" is a song by English rappers The Streets.

Photos - The Streets32

Popular Albums14

Album Appearances & References5

Popular Songs17

Song Appearances & References2

TV Shows1

Video Game References1

Collaborators & Influencers2

Other Music-Related Relationships7

Awards & Nominations2

Events1

Band Members3

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Videos2

Spotify - Albums & Singles32

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Spotify - Appears On6

 
 
 
 
 
 

Spotify - Top Tracks10

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

News Articles6

Electronica: Lorries self-convoy through the streets of Munich
  –  November 7, 2016
DAF trucks will drive through Munich in a nose-to-tail computer-controlled convoy – so called ‘platooning’. “The demonstrations include platooning live on Munich roads, and traffic signal and vehicle synchronisation, with technology that protects ...
Mick Jagger's ex Luciana Gimenez flaunts model physique in sizzling samba dress as she takes to the streets of Brazil for the famous Rio Carnival
  –  January 31, 2017
The flirty thigh-skimming frock split into beaded fringing at the hem, which bounced endlessly as she writhed her hips to the music. Not afraid to show off ... oozed confidence as she took to the streets in her home country to rehearse for one of their ...
Dro Fe ft. Sonny Digital – “In The Streets”
  –  January 31, 2017
Dro Fe is suddenly getting a lot of attention for his music and it is all right on time. The rising emcee looks like he’s primed for a summer 2017 breakout period. His new single, “In The Streets,” features Sonny Digital, who was a summer 2011 ...
Dallas Chamber Symphony presents Taking It to the Streets: Cliff Temple Baptist Church
  –  January 27, 2017
The Dallas Chamber Symphony, in partnership with the City of Dallas, will be “Taking It to the Streets,” designed to engage citizens in the community through live music in downtown spaces. The hour-long, free public concert will feature an array of ...
I’ve spent more time on the streets than with my parents – Small Doctor
  –  January 23, 2017
Which audience is your music targeted at? My music is made for the streets. If I tell them anything, they believe me, and I believe them as well. Do you think you have what it takes to conquer the upscale market? I don’t believe there is anything like a ...
Dallas Chamber Symphony Takes Classical Music to the Streets
  –  January 19, 2017
The Dallas Chamber Symphony is proving classical music is not just for the concert hall. DCS's "Taking It to the Streets," a series of 22 free informal concerts performed in public spaces over 18 months in partnership with the City of Dallas Office of ...

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