Murs Songs

  • Hard (A Monster Made It)
    Hard (A Monster Made It)
    For those unaware, South Central L.A. veteran MURS is the newest addition to Tech N9ne's Strange Music roster, joining Krizz Kaliko, Rittz, ¡Mayday!, Kutt Kalhoun and Ces Cru.
  • Christmas Rules Everything Around Me
    Christmas Rules Everything Around Me
    MURS and producer Curtiss King join forces for a festive new collab. Enjoy. "If you know me you know I LOVE Christmas. I've always wanted to make Xmas song. It's corny it's silly it's fun and I LOVE it! God bless us everyone! PS: yes, this is the real Carter family Christmas card." -MURS Quotable Lyrics
  • My Own Parade
    My Own Parade
    Back when Murs signed with Tech N9ne's Strange Music imprint earlier this year, fans began to wonder how the backpacker's style would fit on a label famed for rock-based instrumentals. Well, if ¡MURSDAY! is an indication, the answer is, frankly, pretty damn well. Backed by Florida-based band and label mates ¡MAYDAY!, Murs sounds as comfortable working with alongside emcees Wreckonize & Bernz as he did with Fashawn back in 2012--maybe even more so.
  • Funeral For A Killer
    Funeral For A Killer
    Give Funeral For A Killer (Prod. 9th Wonder) a listen - it's a new offering from Murs. It was dropped on Wednesday, October 31st, 2012. Murs's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Funeral For A Killer (Prod. 9th Wonder) will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Murs has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Murs has in store.
  • Blunt And A Ho
    Blunt And A Ho
    Strangeulation Vol. II is dropping at the end of the week, and while Tech has already given us a generous share of material from the album ahead of time, he's dropped yet another new one today. "Blunt and a Ho" is a pretty traditional rap record, built off of an incredibly minimal beat that recalls 80s rap. As you probably know by now, there's no instrumental Tech won't try out, and he'll make sure to try out some adventurous flows on it as well. 
  • Mo$ Def
    Mo$ Def
    Give Mo$ Def (Prod. By Curtiss King) a spin - it's a new offering from Murs. It was dropped on Thursday, January 23rd, 2014. Murs's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Mo$ Def (Prod. By Curtiss King). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
  • One Time
    One Time
    Zeds Dead is best known among electronic music enthusiasts for their impossibly phat and turbulent turn-up soundscapes, but they have a random habit of collaborating with underground-ish rappers. Last year the Canadian duo linked up with the late Sean Price for "Dead Price." Today they link up with Murs for "One Time."
  • Tabletops
    Rappers are teaming up more than ever to collaborate on full length projects these days. Yesterday, we got a new mixtape from Gucci Mane and Young Thug, Young Thugga Mane La Flare, and today we get a release from a duo with a much more simply combined name, ¡MURSDAY!
  • Outta My Mind
    Outta My Mind
    Bump Outta My Mind (Prod by DJ Khalil), the latest cut from Evidence featuring Murs on the assist. It was released on Wednesday, November 17th, 2010. Things are improving for Evidence with each new offering, and Outta My Mind (Prod by DJ Khalil) is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Evidence's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
  • No More Control
    No More Control
    Murs will be releasing his debut album for Tech N9ne's technical rap-fueled label, Strange Music, in less than two months time, and he's looking to provide some versatility to the cypher-like roster. The latest release from his Have A Nice Life LP has to be one of the most unabashedly pop-leaning records to ever come out of the indie, but Murs maintains his credibility through carefully crafted bars that never stray from his unwavering sense of sincerity.
  • Here
    Murs just showed up in the video for Tech N9ne's Strangeulation single, "Hard", and now gives us another collaboration-- this time with ¡MAYDAY! who he'll be doing a joint album and tour with. The duo's upcoming project, fittingly titled, ¡MURSDAY! is set to hit stores June 10th, and today they share "Here", a fairly low-key track for the generally quite animated pair.
  • Okey Dog
    Okey Dog
    MURS is getting ready to release his debut solo album as a Strange Music artist, and the rapper is making sure to make it one to remember. "Jay Z is the ex-crack dealer, hustler rapper. Rick Ross is the Tony Montana rapper. I feel like I have a duality and I'm hard to classify. There's a duality to the album. It's conscious, but it's still street," said MURS of what he called the"quintessential MURS album, and his new single meets the big expectations.
  • Like This (Remix)
    Like This (Remix)
    Boaz has been doing a lot lately. The Rostrum Records signee recently delivered two instalments in his Real Name, No Gimmicks mixtape series, (Volume 1 and Volume 2), and at the same time, he's been working on his debut album Intuition.
  • Two Step
    Two Step
    Next week, Murs will drop off a new album by the name of Have A Nice Life, and today, he gives us a taste of the upcoming record. The Los Angeles native shares "Two Step," which also features hometown duo King Fantastic. A bouncy, funky track, this one has Murs coming through with some hard-edged lyricism for all of the haters. "I swear to god I will kick you in the button fly/And jump and down on your head 'til you fuckin' die" goes one particularly graphic diss.
  • Blue Valentine
    Blue Valentine
    Balance links up with Strange Music's MURS for "Blue Valentine." Produced by Noah Ayala, this smooth new single is Balance's first feature to hit our front page since February's "Stroke," which was warmly received by our readership when it first debuted. Whereas that single tackled themes of lust and relationships, "Blue Valentine" finds both emcees reminiscing coldly on a love lost.
  • Whatever It Takes
    Whatever It Takes
    DJ JS-1 made his HNHH debut earlier this week with the reader-acclaimed "Turn The Tables," a throwback record that recalled hip-hop's golden age. Today, the producer returns with a decidedly more modern instrumental, albeit accenting it with a classic sample-driven chorus. Lending original bars to JS-1's instrumental this time around are Fashawn & MURS, both of whom sound invigorated to be involved.
  • She Needs Me (Remix) (BONUS)
    She Needs Me (Remix) (BONUS)
    Bump She Needs Me {RMX} ft Dom Kennedy & Murs (BONUS), the latest cut from Kendrick Lamar. It dropped on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010. Kendrick Lamar's horizons are broadening with each new release, and She Needs Me {RMX} ft Dom Kennedy & Murs (BONUS) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Kendrick Lamar stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.
  • Something Else (Remix)
    Something Else (Remix)
    Terrace Martin is working on a remixed version of his 3ChordFold project, for which he's provided us the first taste of. Murs and Ill Camille hop on the track that previously only featured Problem. Quotable lyrics: "She no the type you wife and hit the beacj with your sun/ she the type who set you up and have you reachin' for guns"
  • A Tale Of Two Cities
    A Tale Of Two Cities
    Check out A Tale Of Two Cities (Prod. By 9th Wonder), the latest from Murs. The track was released on Wednesday, November 7th, 2012. Murs's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and A Tale Of Two Cities (Prod. By 9th Wonder) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Murs has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Whatever It Takes (J57 Remix)
    Whatever It Takes (J57 Remix)
    To become successful in any industry requires a high level of dedication--a willingness to do "Whatever It Takes" to make it to the top. On this brand new J57 Remix of DJ JS-1's collaboration with Murs and Fashawn, this persistence is made evidently clear by all of the parties involved. Putting his own, more experimental, spin on JS-1's original instrumental, which includes a vocal hook, courtesy of Akie Bermiss, J57 reminds listeners why he's one of the game's fastest rising talents.