Street Life is a studio album by the American jazz band The Crusaders. It was a top 20 album on three Billboard charts and represents the peak of the band's commercial popularity. The title track, featuring singer Randy Crawford, was a Top 40 pop single (#36) and became the group's most successful entry on the soul chart (#17). It was #5 on the UK charts. "Street Life" also hit the disco chart, peaking at #75, and was re-recorded by Doc Severinsen with Crawford reprising her vocal for the opening sequence of the noir crime drama Sharky's Machine, directed by Burt Reynolds in 1981. This faster paced and more powerful version was also featured in Quentin Tarantino's Jackie Brown, released in 1997. The song is also featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto V on the in-game radio WorldWide FM. The title track was also featured in the animated cartoon Bob's Burgers, in the (outro) episode "Eggs for Days" (Season 7, Episode 16).