MURS Drops “G Lollipops” feat. Prof – See it Here!

March 17, 2018
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MURS has released the video for his collabo song “G Lollipops” featuring Prof. The song is taken from MURS new LP, A Strange Journey Into The Unimaginable, which dropped yesterday March 16. The album version of the song includes a verse from Fresno, CA rapper, Fashawn.

Last night, MURS performed for a sold out concert at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, CA on to celebrate the album release and birthday milestone.

MORE ON MURS & A STRANGE JOURNY INTO THE UNIMAGINABLE:

A Strange Journey Into The Unimaginable catalogs the most trying four years of the acclaimed MC’s life. From the dissolution of his marriage and his mother falling ill to the tragic stillbirth of his son, MURS emerges with a poignant, powerful, and poetic body of work. Produced exclusively by Stange Music in-house production impresario Seven, the record features a powerhouse guest list with Tech N9ne on “Same Way”, Fashawn & Prof on “G Lollipops,” Propaganda on “Powerful,” John Givez on “Midtown,” XV on “Whiskey & Patron,” and more in addition to contributions from musicians such as Patrick Page [The Internet], punk rock icon Chuck Treece [McRad], and Dear White People composer Kris Bowers, among others.

Check out the video below.

About the album, MURS comments, “You don’t really know who you are until you hit rock bottom. I’m reaffirming that I’m not broken. After everything happened, I had nothing I wanted to say musically. I was in the midst of so much shit that I really couldn’t speak on where I was…Because I didn’t know where I was. November was seven-and-a-half months after my son died. I spent the summer with my oldest son. I was getting back to normal little by little. I thought I could stay at the bottom and wallow, but I had Strange Music reserve the release date two years ago. They pressed me to stick to the deadline. It worked. I’ve always made vulnerable music and been through some things. However, it was nothing like the last four years. So, I screamed back into the abyss.”

Seven adds, “MURS is an artist that I’ve always wanted to work with, but never thought I’d get the opportunity. So, being able to make this album with him was a big deal to me. I tried to produce it from a fan’s perspective—just trying to make the songs I would want to hear him on. I thought that approach made it feel inspired. It’s a personal body of work forth of us, and it was therapeutic. It’s definitely something new and different for my career.”

Check out the full tracklisting below.

TRACKLISTING:
1. “The Unimaginable” [feat. Robots&Balloons] 2. “Melancholy”
3. “Midtown” [feat. John Givez] 4. “Same Way” [feat. Tech N9ne] 5. “Powerful” [feat. Propaganda] 6. “G Lollipops” [feat. Fashawn & Prof] 7. “Superhero Pool Party”
8. “Whiskey & Patron” [feat. XV] 9. “A Lean Story”
10. “Lo-Fi Nights”
11. “So Close So Far”
12. “Celebrate”
13. “Vows”
14. “God Is The Greatest”

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