Keith Murray – Artist Management
Keith Murray a participant of the hip hop triad Def Squad, that includes fellow rap artists Redman and Erick Sermon. Prior to Murray ever tape-recorded a cd, he fought Big Daddy Kane under the name MC Do Damage. Later on, he was presented to Erick Sermon of EPMD by K-Solo. Preaching included Murray on his cd No Pressure on the solitary “Hostile”. His first cd, The Most Beautiful-lest Thing in This World, was released in 1994 on Jive Records. The title track from this cd stays Murray’s most significant solo favorite. This cd was given 4 mics by The Source. Murray proceeded to delight in an extremely high media-profile by showing up on a Coca-Cola advertisement and guesting on remixes of Mary J. Blige’s ‘Be Happy’, Total’s ‘Can’t You See’ and LL Cool J.’s ‘I Shot Ya’.
Murray’s 2nd album Enigma was released in 1996 on Jive. It got similar rankings from critics, however it was almost as commercially successful as the previous album. Murray likewise showed up on Busta Rhymes’ debut album The Coming, standing for the Def Squad on the track “Flipmode Squad Meets Def Squad” together with Redman and Jamal. In 1998, The Def Squad covered “Rapper’s Delight” by the Sugarhill Gang. They would certainly later on release their very own album, El NiÃ±o. Murray’s third album It’s a Beautiful Thing was released in 1999. Murray likewise showed up on the track “Home Alone” by R. Kelly.
Def Jam released his He’s Keith Murray in 2003, consisting of the single “Yeah, Yeah U Know It.” This song has friends and family looks from fellow Def Squad members Redman and Erick Sermon. Murray devoted “Christina” to his sis. That very same year, Murray was showcased on the video clip game Def Jam Vendetta. Shortly then, Murray was implicated of smacking an employee of Def Jam, and was ultimately gone down.
He released his fifth solo album Rap-Murr-Phobia on July 31, 2007. It debuted at number 52 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chartin. The lead single is “Nobody Do It Better” including Tyrese & Junior.
Murray’s vocals/crowd hyping appears on the tune “Elektrobank” by The Chemical Brothers from their cd Dig Your Own Hole.