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Most Beautifullest Thing in This World
     

The Most Beautifullest Thing in This World

by Keith Murray
 
Before he managed to get himself locked up for a brief bit later in the decade on an assault charge, Keith Murray was assaulting microphones and thesauruses alike with his ill "Sychosymatic" lyrical skills. Introduced to the rap world at the end of 1993 via a guest spot on the song "Hostile" off Erick Sermon's first solo album, Double or Nothing, Murray stepped

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Before he managed to get himself locked up for a brief bit later in the decade on an assault charge, Keith Murray was assaulting microphones and thesauruses alike with his ill "Sychosymatic" lyrical skills. Introduced to the rap world at the end of 1993 via a guest spot on the song "Hostile" off Erick Sermon's first solo album, Double or Nothing, Murray stepped out on his own at the beginning of the next year with the mellow Sermon-produced hit single "The Most Beautifullest Thing in This World," then backed it up with a full-length debut by the same title. There is nothing new in Sermon's loping music that you couldn't get on EPMD albums or from other recordings by members of the Def Squad, although he did continue to bring the funk hot and viscous as always. The main attraction on The Most Beautifullest Thing in This World, then, is Murray's raw, emotionally charged flow and droll (though not as funny as Redman), articulate rhymes, straight out of the battle-rap school of hip-hop. His lyrics, in other words, are often tasty going down (particularly on "How's That" with Sermon and Redman and "Bom Bom Zee" with Paul Hightower and Hurricane G), but won't necessarily stick around to quell any sort of hunger. Still, the album went gold, and is easily recommended for fans of Double or Nothing or Whut? Thee Album.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/08/1994
Label:
Jive
UPC:
0012414155528
catalogNumber:
41555
Rank:
85279

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Performance Credits

Keith Murray   Primary Artist,Rap
Redman   Track Performer
Bob Fudjinski   Vocals
Erick Sermon   Background Vocals,Track Performer
Jeff Stewart   Vocals
Hurricane G   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Ernie Isley   Composer
Chris Jasper   Composer
Bootsy Collins   Composer
George Clinton   Composer
Bob Fudjinski   Engineer
Marvin Isley   Composer
O'Kelly Isley   Composer
Ronald Isley   Composer
Rudolph Isley   Composer
Erick Sermon   Composer,Producer,Executive Producer
Roger   Composer
Keith Murray   Composer
Dave Greenberg   Engineer

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