Download links and information about Murray's Revenge by Murs & 9th Wonder. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 32:05 minutes.
|Artist:||Murs & 9th Wonder|
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Rap|
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|3.||Silly Girl (Featuring Joe Scudda)||3:46|
|4.||Barbershop (Featuring Rapper Big Pooh)||4:27|
|5.||Yesterday & Today||3:35|
|8.||Love & Appreciate||3:12|
|9.||D.S.W.G. (Dark Skinned White Girls)||4:27|
Though he’s a veteran of Los Angeles’ storied Living Legends collective Murs has always favored the sort of straightforward storytelling style pioneered by rappers like Slick Rick and Kool G Rap, rather than the self consciously experimental, Kool Keith-derived verbal boundary pushing of many of his Los Angeles cohorts. Though some of Murs’ earliest efforts found the rapper smothered by obtrusive avant-garde production, 2004’s Murs 3:16 - The 9th Edition was a critical and commercial breakthrough, and found Murs delivering compelling stories over crisply produced, old-school minded productions from 9th Wonder. Murray’s Revenge duplicates 3:16’s successful formula and is, if anything, a more compelling work than its predecessor. 9th Wonder’s languid, soul saturated productions, which borrow from the seamless early ‘70s sound of groups like the Chi-Lites and the Delfonics, give Murs plenty of room to develop the self-deprecating yet fiercely critical persona he introduced to such great effect on 3:16. “Yesterday & Today” serves as a sort of career retrospective, while “L.A.” finds Murs reflecting on his place in the titular city’s rich musical history.