|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||From There To Here||20||Audio||2000||Ripple Effect Records|
|3||The Pride||18||Audio||1996||San Francisco Street Music|
|4||Word Of Mouth||30||Audio||1995||San Francisco Street Music|
|5||Word Of Mouth||29||Audio||2002|
|6||Still Defiant (Extended)||28||Audio||2002|
|7||Instrumentals & Coincidentals||24||Audio||2002|
|8||The Pride||17||Audio||San Francisco Street Music|
|9||Instrumentals & Coincidentals W/ $Tree||2||Audio||1996||San Francisco Street Music|
|10||Rap Moguls||22||Audio||Not On Label|
|11||Noise Pollution||24||Audio||2005||Asita Recordings|
|12||Untitled (2010)||22||Audio||2011||Ripple Effect Records|
San Francisco Street Music (SFSM) was an underground hip-hop group in San Francisco during the early to mid 1990s. Originally formed by Corey Harris and Charles Hurbert in 1994, SFSM's music was defined by their highly personal lyrics and emotionally charged beats.
Following the self-produced "Word o' Mouth" album (cassette) in 1995, SFSM became a collective of other local artists such as Joe Dubs, Jes (Who Cares?), AC75 and many others. "Still Defiant" was released in 1996 as a compilation of songs and snippets recorded during 1995 and featured artists such as Big Shawn (Bored Stiff), Shon Rich (7Gen), Po' EM (Knot Tight), as well as many others. 1995-1998 saw the relase of multiple off-shoot albums such as "The Pride," "The Money Tree," "Coincidentals & Instrumentals," "Skool of Thought," "Noise Pollution" and "From There To Here."
While SFSM never realized broad commercial success, they were considered by many one of the more unique and overlooked groups to emerge from the West Coast underground scene.