Murs is out with the music video for his track ‘Mi Corazon’. The treatment was produced by Jesse Shatkin and directed by Zack Zubko. ‘Mi Corazon’ appears on the Los Angeles rapper’s Strange Music debut LP ‘Have A Nice Life’, out now. Watch it via YouTube below.
Murs is out with the music video to his latest single ‘Okey Dog’, the first visual from the Los Angeles rapper’s upcoming album, ‘Have A Nice Life’, due out May 19th on Strange Music. Watch the Mike Marasco directed video via YouTube below.
¡Mayday! x MURS are out with the video to their new single ‘My Own Parade’, off their joint ‘¡MURSDAY!’ LP, released in June on Strange Music. Watch it via YouTube below.
Murs and 9th Wonder are out with the video to their new single ‘The Problem Is’, featuring Sick Jacken and Uncle Chucc. The song is off the pair’s collaborative album with 9th Wonder, ‘ForNever’, out April 13th. Watch the Estevan Oriol directed video via YouTube below.
DJ Semtex caught up with Murs backstage at Rock The Bells in Los Angeles, where the rapper talked about how it felt performing a hometown gig, wanting to put out 10 albums in a year, the Slaughterhouse entourage, not wanting to do a similar supergroup, having troubles getting love in the UK because he don’t sound New York enough, Busta Rhymes’ Flipmode custom tour bus, learning UK slang and more. Watch the interview via YouTube below.
Hyjak N Torcha are out with the video for their new single ‘No Regrets’, featuring MURS, taken from the Sydney hip hop group’s newly released album ‘Unregrettable’, available now via Obese Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Murs is out with the video to his new single ‘Road is My Religion’, off the Los Angeles based rapper’s latest album ‘Murs for President’, out now on Warner Bros. Records. Watch the Dough C and Erick Peyton directed video below.
Murs took part in a performance and interview for Amoeba Music. The Living Legends rapper talked about including “peace love and unity” on every song from his ‘Murs for President’ release, being inspired by country music, feeling black music hasn’t made an advance since P-Funk, the Bay Area made independent hip hop music what it is, and how concious hop hip shouldn’t be about attacking government, but being part of government and bringing your ideas to it. Watch the interview and performance below.
The time lapse creation of a Murs mural set to his song ‘Can It Be’ has been posted at the Los Angeles rapper’s YouTube channel. Check it out at YouTube.
Hip Hop Official caught up with Murs, where the rapper talked about the two year process creating his new album ‘Murs For President’. “It’s what I felt hip hop needed right now,” Murs said. “If I ever got the chance to speak to millions of people what would I say. It’s about peace and love and unity and fun.” Watch the feature below.