When you think of dynamic duos, there could be many interesting pairs that come to mind. When you think of dynamic duos from the world of music, these interesting pairs represent a relationship so unique, so refreshing that you can’t help but eagerly anticipate the next collaboration between these artists. While most artists might only have one easily identifiable significant other, in the case of one of Los Angeles’ finest Murs that might be harder to identify. We could say that his collaborations with the Living Legends are the most special. Even though it represents less of a dynamic duo, it does represent artists from southern California and artists from northern California coming together to form one of the best hip-hop collectives. We could say that it is his work with Slug as FELT. This group that wasn’t a group …
“What the Problem Is” video from Murs & 9th Wonder’s “Fornever” album featuring Sick Jacken, Uncle Chucc & directed by Estevan Oriol. If you missed Paid Dues last week, then go cop that. For more from Estevan, SA Studios, and Mr. Cartoon check out more at
For the Werd2Murs podcast with him and Isiah’s http://werd2murs.com/
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(I’ve never even heard of a fantourage?) http://www.fantourage.com/murs
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Half way through his set at Paid Dues, Kurupt paused to say, “They say the West Coast doesn’t have lyrics.” It was a statement that made you realize that if there was any show, any festival that would refute that claim, it would be this year’s West Coast heavy installment of Paid Dues. Consider the common misconceptions of West Coast music: violent, misogynistic, and gang affiliated. While this may describe a portion of West Coast music, it in no way depicts the incredible diversity that the Golden State has to offer.