Murphy's Law

Murphy's Law

by Murphy Lee
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Overview

Murphy's Law

It's almost impossible to not like the affable Murphy Lee (aka da Skool Boy). On his debut solo album, Murphy's Law, you can't say he's fired a blank, although Lee is probably best suited to the guest spots and supporting roles that helped pave the way for this. In lead single "What da Hook Gon Be," Lee boasts that he's skilled enough to not need a hook. Adding profit potential is the reappearance of "Shake Ya Tailfeather," the collaboration with P. Diddy and Nelly that managed to trump Jay-Z's "La La La" as the biggest song from the Bad Boys II soundtrack.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/23/2003
Label: Umvd Labels
UPC: 0602498607893
catalogNumber: 000113202

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Murphy Lee   Primary Artist
Oliver Sain   Saxophone
Jermaine Dupri   Guest Appearance
Jazze Pha   Guest Appearance
Charles Pettaway   Guitar
Lil Jon   Guest Appearance
Cardan   Guest Appearance
Zo   Guitar,Keyboards
Lil Wayne   Guest Appearance
Nelly   Guest Appearance
Sleepy Brown   Guest Appearance
Toya   Guest Appearance
Roscoe   Guest Appearance
Puff Daddy   Guest Appearance
B Money   scratching
Kyjuan   Guest Appearance
Waiel "Wally" Yaghnam   Percussion,Drums
Tracy Andriotti   Cello
Prentice Church   Guest Appearance
Marc Raymond Garcia   Trombone,Trumpet
Andy Stoutenborough   Drums
Larry Smith   Flute,Soprano Saxophone
King Jacob   Guest Appearance
Nikki Randolph   Violin
TJ Oster   Guitar
William Ooum   Guitar

Technical Credits

Marvin Gaye   Composer
Jermaine Dupri   Composer,Producer
Mannie Fresh   Composer,Producer
Brian Frye   Engineer
LROC   Producer
Carl Nappa   Engineer
V. Jeffrey Smith   Composer
Jazze Pha   Composer,Producer
Sandy Brummels   Art Direction
Lil Jon   Composer
Cardan   Composer
Steve Eigner   Composer
Lil Wayne   Composer
Nelly   Composer
City Spud   Producer
Kyjuan   Composer
Waiel "Wally" Yaghnam   Composer,Engineer
Annalee Valencia-Bruch   Art Direction
Murphy Lee   Composer,Producer
Jason "Jay E" Epperson   Composer,Engineer
Prentice Church   Composer
King Jacob   Composer
Darius Bradford   Composer
Jayson Bridges   Composer,Producer

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Murphy's Law 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Murphy's Law is the Absolute "Greatest". Every last one of the tracks is bumbing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For a beginner album I give it a thumbs up. I am looking forward to hearing another album. Murphy also pick some great artist to do songs with. Overall, this CD is tight.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this sux.............
Guest More than 1 year ago
Murphy Lee is an outstanding artist! His lyrics is oringinal. He's a great performer on television as well as live and in person. I adored his entire album, but one of my favorites is song number five "Luv Me Baby". He does exactly what he says he makes the crowd love him even if they want to despise him.Murphy Lee has a magnetic personality that draws many people to him including men, women, and children. He is as real as they come and I truly believe he will be in the spotlight for many years to come.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you love smooth lyricism, then Murphy's Law by Murphy Lee (member of the St. Lunatics) is a must have in your cd collection.My personal favorite from this album is "Granpa Gametight". I highly recommend that if anyone doesn't have Murphy's Law,then they should pick it up.You will not be disastified, instead you will will be able to listen to all of the tracks from start to finish without skipping any,just like myself!