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Two superstars of indie hip-hop, 9th Wonder and Murs have been putting in work for many years. Hailing from North Carolina and Los Angeles, respectively, they were originally best known for their group projects: 9th is the main producer behind Little Brother, while Murs is a top-shelf emcee and founding member of the mighty Living Legends crew. They teamed up in 2004 for the universally jocked Murs 3:36 the 9th Edition, which led to a series of collabo albums including Murray's Revenge, Sweet Lord, and Fornever. Billed as their last record together, The Final Adventure is loaded with the soulful, sample-driven beats and intelligent, autobiographical lyricism we've come to expect. Murs sounds off about dead gangbangers ("Funeral for a Killer"), the pros and cons of L.A. life ("Tale of Two Cities"), and various relationships with the ladies ("Dance on Me," "Walk Like a Woman"). A strong finish for one of the most consistently dope pairings in the game.

Customer Reviews

Don't Sleep On This..

This Is Murs at his best.

Thank you

Nice to see one more album come together with murs & 9th

Gonna be sweet!

Really excited... It's gonna be awesome! The album art is sweet too.


Born: January 15, 1975 in Winston Salem, NC

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Growing up in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the boy who would become producer 9th Wonder, Pat Douthit, performed in the school band and also played keyboards at home. Initially, while a student at North Carolina Central University, Douthit planned on saving his money for the producer's favorite tool, the MPC, but after a friend showed him that he could make the beats he wanted on a computer, he decided to use that instead. In 1998 he met classmates and future bandmates Phonte and Big Pooh, and with...
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