Anything that can go wrong will go wrong. That’s Murphy’s Law as we’ve come to know it. But it’s not quite the way Murphy Lee looks at life. Or at music.
With his standout verses on Nelly's Batter Up, Rock the Mic remix with Beanie Sigel and Freeway and Air Force Ones, the St. Lunatics rapper is proving that when he gets behind the mic, everything is bound to go right; some have witnessed just that when he dropped that crazy verse on the Welcome To Atlanta Remix with Jermaine Dupri, Puffy and Snoop Dogg. In fact, Murph's smooth, stunning performances throughout Nelly's debut album, 2000's 9x platinum "Country Grammar;" the St. Lunatic's first album, 2001's platinum “Free City" and Nelly's 2002's 6X platinum "Nellyville," have established him as a star in his own right.
Now stepping front and center with his debut solo album, “Murphy’s Law,” Murphy is rewriting the rules of the game and proving that his St. Lunatics colleague Nelly isn’t the only one with serious ... Read full biography