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Murphy's Law (Murphy Lee album)

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Recorded  2003
Artist  Murphy Lee
Label  Universal Records
Murphy's Law (2003)  You See Me (2009)
Release date  23 September 2003
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Released  September 23, 2003 (US)
Genres  Hip hop music, Crunk, Midwest hip hop
Producers  Jason "Jay E" Epperson, Jermaine Dupri, Jazze Pha, Mannie Fresh
Hip hop music albums  Free City, Bad Boys II, Heavy Starch, Da Derrty Versions: The Rein, Country Grammar

Murphy's Law is the debut album by St. Louis rapper Murphy Lee. On October 11, 2003 the album peaked at number 8 on the Billboard 200 music chart. It was released on September 23, 2003 and was certified gold on November 17, 2003. It featured the single from the Bad Boys II Soundtrack "Shake Your Tailfeather" (with Nelly and P. Diddy). Its first official single was "Wat Da Hook Gon Be", which peaked at #17 in the U.S. pop charts, followed by "Luv Me Baby" and " Hold Up".

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Be Myself"
  2. "Don't Blow It" (feat. City Spud)
  3. "Hold Up" (feat. Nelly)
  4. "Granpa Gametight"
  5. "Luv Me Baby" (feat. Jazze Pha & Sleepy Brown)
  6. "Murphy's Law (Interlude)"
  7. "Cool Wit It" (feat. St. Lunatics)'
  8. "This Goes Out" (feat. Nelly, Roscoe, Cardan, Lil Jon, & Lil Wayne)
  9. "Wat Da Hook Gon' Be" (feat. Jermaine Dupri)
  10. "So X-Treme" (feat. King Jacob & Jung Tru)
  11. "How Many Kids You Got (Interlude)"
  12. "I Better Go" (feat. Avery Storm)
  13. "Red Hot Riplets" (feat. St. Lunatics)
  14. "Regular Guy" (feat. Seven)
  15. "Gods Don't Chill" (feat. King Jacob & Jung Tru)
  16. "Murphy Lee" (feat. Zee)
  17. "Head From A Midget (Interlude)"
  18. "Shake Ya Tailfeather" (feat. Nelly & P. Diddy)
  19. "Same Ol' Dirty" (feat. Toya)

Songs

1Be Myself (Intro)0:37
2Don't Blow ItCity Spud4:19
3Hold UpNelly4:21

References

Murphy's Law (Murphy Lee album) Wikipedia


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