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Murs for President

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Download links and information about Murs for President by Murs. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:00:40 minutes.

Artist: Murs
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:00:40
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Intro 1:47
2. I'm Innocent 3:52
3. Lookin' Fly (feat. Will.i.am) 3:59
4. The Science 4:55
5. Can It Be (Half a Million Dollars and 18 Months Later) 3:43
6. Everything 3:34
7. Road Is My Religion 4:13
8. Sooo Comfortable 5:02
9. Time Is Now (feat. Snoop Dogg) 4:55
10. Think You Know Me 4:00
11. Me and This Jawn 3:34
12. Love and Appreciate II (feat. Tyler Woods) 4:31
13. A Part of Me 4:22
14. Break Up (The OJ Song) 4:08
15. Breakthrough 4:05

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Soft-spoken, affable, and piercingly intelligent, Los Angeles based underground mainstay Murs has been humbly churning out great music since the late nineties and his output since 2003’s End of the Beginning has been uniformly excellent. Over the course of a host of solo albums and collaborative efforts with the likes of Slug from Atmosphere, The Living Legends, and members of the Def Jux stable, Murs has fashioned a charismatic and compulsively likable persona. His low-key intelligence and self-deprecatory indignation make him a curiously modest figure on a Hip-Hop scene filled with inflated egos and self-made millionaires. His latest release and first major label effort Murs For President finds him further developing this persona over a refreshingly unadorned album that will sound familiar to his long time fans, but that sports just enough gloss to appeal to a wider audience. The album features a handful of big budget guest appearances from the likes of Snoop Dogg and will.i.am but its strongest moments come on tunes like the piano and sleigh bell laden “Everything,” which finds Murs reflecting on the unexpected path his career has taken and the difficult choices he’s been forced to make along the way.