Keith Murray Lyrics

Genre: Pop

Keith Murray Lyrics - by Popularity

1 How's That
2 Bom Bom Zee
3 Never Did Shit
4 Don't Fuck Wit Em'
5 Hustle On
6 Swagger Back
7 Call My Name
8 Manifique (Original Rules)
9 Real in the Field
10 What a Feelin'
11 Countdown
12 Fatty Girl
13 Shut the Fuck Up
14 Get Lifted
15 Incredible
16 Secret Indictment
17 Special Delivery (Remix)
18 Take it to the Streetz
19 Ride Wit Us
20 Some Shit Featuring Canibus And Deja Vu
21 He's Back
22 Hot To Def
23 Nobody Do It Better (Dirty)
24 Walk Up (Skit)
25 Sucka Free (Skit)
26 Danger
27 Love L.O.D.
28 Bodega Skit
29 Da Fuckery 3 Weeble Wooble
30 Sucka Free
31 Straight Loonie
32 Rhymin' Wit Kel
33 Intersection
34 Dangerous Ground [feat. 50 Grand]
35 To My Mans [feat. Dave Hollister]
36 Dangerous Ground
37 Interlude
38 Yeah Yeah U Know It
39 Candi Bar
40 Yeah [feat. Busta Rhymes]
41 Media
42 We Ridin
43 Oh, My Goodness!
44 Christina
45 On Smash
46 Da Fuckery
47 Da Beef Murray Show (Skit)
48 Herb Is Pumpin
49 The Carnage (Featuring Joe Hooker)
50 Say Whaatt
51 Weeble Wobble
52 Dip Dip Di
53 Some Shit
54 The Most Beautifullest Thing In this World
55 I Love It When It Rains (Skit)
56 Something Like A Model
57 Sychosymatic
58 Slap Somebody
59 Rhymin' Wit Kel [feat. Kel-Vicious]
60 Do
61 Late Night
62 Bad Day
63 Radio
64 When I Rap
65 Nobody Do It Better
66 Da Ba Dunk Song
67 Life On The Street
68 Say Goodnite
69 Whatmakeaniggathinkdat
70 Jungle Boogie
71 My Life Featuring Deja Vu
72 High As Hell
73 What It Is
74 Hey Ladies
75 The Rhyme
76 Escapism
77 My Life
78 U Ain't Nobody

Keith Murray Bio

Keith Murray (born September 13, 1974, Central Islip, New York) is a rapper and a member of the rap trio Def Squad, which includes fellow rappers Redman and Erick Sermon.

Before Murray ever recorded an album, he battled Big Daddy Kane, a man widely considered to be one of the greatest MCs of all time. At that time, Murray went by the name of MC Do Damage. Murray did not win the battle, but he did earn the respect of Kane. Later, Murray would be introduced to Erick Sermon of EPMD by K-Solo. Sermon would feature Murray on his album No Pressure on the Single "Hostile". Murray quickly established himself as one of the most creative lyricists in the industry with his first album The Most Beautifullest Thing in This World, released in 1994 on Jive Records. The title track from this album remains Murray's biggest solo hit. This album was given 4 mics by The Source.