Murs At LA’s Power106 FM

Footage of Murs visiting with Dj Skee and Dj Reflex on their show on Power106 FM in Los Angeles has been posted at the hip hop artist’s YouTube channel. Murs talked about his new album ‘Murs For President’, who he worked with on the disc, how his sound is about peace, love and positivity, and wanting to express the “real LA”. The interview video at MySpace has since been removed.

On The Tour Bus With Murs

Murs tour bus
Footage of Murs on the road as he and fellow Paid Dues tourmates travel from town to town has been posted at the hip hop artist’s YouTube channel. Murs was on a tour bus, introduced his tourmates Sage Francis, Brother Ali, Blueprint and Blueprint, and talked about recording these webisodes, his belief DJ Quik is better than Big Daddy Kane and Rev Run is better than DMC, and more. Watch it below.

Murs ‘Better Than The Best’ Video

Murs 'Better Than The Best' music video

Murs is out with the video to his new single ‘Better Than The Best’, from the Los Angeles hip hop artist’s album ‘Murs for President’, out soon on Warner Bros. Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

Murs 'Better Than The Best' cover art

MURS ‘Yesterday & Today’ Video

Murs - Yesterday & Today music video

MURS is out with the video to his new single ‘Yesterday & Today’, from the Los Angeles rapper’s seventh studio album ‘MURS for President’, out in 2008 on Warner Bros. Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

Murs ‘L.A.’ Video

Murs is out with the video to his new single ‘L.A.’, from the album ‘Murray’s Revenge’. Watch it below the fold.
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Murs ‘Badman’ Video

Murs 'Badman' music video

Murs are out with the video to their new single ‘Badman’, off the California rapper’s album ‘Murs 3:16: The 9th Edition’, out now on Definitive Jux. Watch it via YouTube below.

Edgy Hip-Hop Artists Wear Label Proudly

Matthew Lurie of the Chicago Tribune was on hand for Definitive Jux acts The Perceptionists and Murs at Logan Square Auditorium on April 25th. Lurie said of The Perceptionists: “The remarkable aspect of the group was its chemistry, with each musician showing little ego in shaping the performance. The break-dancing circle that appeared during the set was the most visible way the crowd showed its engagement.”

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