Ahead of their must-see NASS 2020 Saturday headliner performance, take a peek at some of The Streets’ biggest hits and discover just how many anthems they’ve had over the past 18 years!
2001 – Has it come to this?
Taking it way back to 2001 with their breakthrough hit!
2002 -Don’t Mug Yourself
Another anthem from their first album ‘Original Pirate Material’. Mike Skinner wanted to write lyrics about “all the little adventures you go on” rather than the style of UK hip hop at the time which he accused of being “someone from Reading pretending to be Biggie or Q-Tip”.
2002 -Weak Become Heroes
“Only one choice in the city/Done voicing my pity, now let’s get to the nitty–gritty”
2004 – Fit But You Know It
Guaranteed to get the NASS crowd hyped.
2004 – Dry your eyes
Guaranteed to get the NASS crowd crying.
2005 – Nite Nite – Kano Ft. The Streets
Mike Skinner featured on close pal and NASS alumni Kano’s single back in 2005 and what a banger this is!
2005 – Blinded by the lights
Taken from The Streets’ number one album ‘A Grand Don’t Come for Free’.
2009 – Slow Songs – Giggs Ft. The Streets
Another duet with a NASS regular. The Streets teamed up with Giggs on this single.
2011 – Going Through Hell
Power chords, gritty lyrics, a catchy chorus…this song has it all.
2018 -Call Me In The Morning Ft.Chip & Grim Sickers
Making a triumphant return, Skinner enlists Chip and Grim Sickers on his most recent track.