|Birth name Torhi Harper|
Name Murphy Lee
|Website Official site|
Years active 1995–present
|Born December 18, 1978 (age 37)St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. (1978-12-18) |
Origin St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Occupation(s) Rapper, producer, actor
Associated acts Nelly, Jermaine Dupri, Kyjuan, P. Diddy
Albums Murphy's Law, You See Me, Back to the Basics, Who Says St. Louis Ain't Hip Hop?, Murphy Lee's Sopho Album
Awards Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
Record labels Derrty Entertainment, Universal Records, Geffen Records
Similar People Nelly, Sean Combs, Kyjuan, City Spud, Jermaine Dupri
Music group St. Lunatics (Since 1993)
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Torhi Harper (born December 18, 1979), better known by his stage name Murphy Lee, is a Grammy Award-winning American rapper, best known as a member of the hip hop group St. Lunatics. Lee is also the chief executive of his own label, U C Me Entertainment.
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- Early life and career
- Guest appearances
- Collaborations with St Lunatics
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Early life and career
Murphy Lee, was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, and formed the St. Lunatics with fellow rappers Nelly, Ali, Kyjuan, and City Spud. They scored a regional hit with the song "Gimmie What You Got", but the crew found it hard to get a record deal. Nelly secured a deal as a solo act, and released Country Grammar in 2000. After his appearances on Country Grammar, the St. Lunatics released their debut album Free City in 2001. A second St. Lunatics Who's The Boss was released in 2006. It is not supported by the members as the music recording studio Fast Life released the CD because they owned the music. It is a CD of the group's 1996 songs, which are raps over the music of popular 90s songs. In 2002, he was featured on Ludacris' hit single "Welcome to Atlanta" remix. In 2003, his biggest hit came with "Shake Ya Tailfeather," featuring Nelly and P. Diddy, which appeared on the Bad Boys II soundtrack. That song would later win him a Grammy. Riding the success of "Shake Ya Tailfeather," Murphy Lee released his debut album Murphy's Law later that year. All later releases were done off his website "murphyleeucme.com".