By Britt Brown
Murs is a man of many words. Like, many many. Dude can barely stop talking, to be honest. Fortunately for those on the receiving end of a Murs flow, his rants are the real deal, overflowing with wit, passion, positivity, humor and depth (and length).
This should come as zero surprise to those who have followed his work, vibe and legacy across the past 10-plus years of underground hip-hop. He’s dropped records on basically every label in the scene (as well as many that aren’t), toured the majority of the civilized nations on the planet, collaborated with a host of lyrical and musical visionaries (from Slug to Living Legends to 9th Wonder) and spread his storytelling humanism to countless young heads looking to follow the beat of a different, well, beat.
Ever since Murs started dropping solo LPs back in …