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This Generation by Murs

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This Generation

Murs

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Album

This Generation

Murs

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Label: Duck Down Music Inc.
"They call me backpacker," says Murs on "The Other Side." "I'd rather just be me." Still, this might be his funkiest record since Murray's Revenge, and that's due to Beatnick & K-Salaam, who add a heavy bass backbeat to tracks like the G-funk bumper "64' Impala" and the rock-infused "Slash Gordan." Some of Murs and Fashawn's tracks have a bland workmanlike quality, but at their best they leave an impression with everyman perspectives on L.A. life, including "Peace Treaty," "Reina de Barrio (Ghetto Queen)" and "Heartbreaks & Handcuffs."

About This Album

"They call me backpacker," says Murs on "The Other Side." "I'd rather just be me." Still, this might be his funkiest record since Murray's Revenge, and that's due to Beatnick & K-Salaam, who add a heavy bass backbeat to tracks like the G-funk bumper "64' Impala" and the rock-infused "Slash Gordan." Some of Murs and Fashawn's tracks have a bland workmanlike quality, but at their best they leave an impression with everyman perspectives on L.A. life, including "Peace Treaty," "Reina de Barrio (Ghetto Queen)" and "Heartbreaks & Handcuffs."

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About This Album

"They call me backpacker," says Murs on "The Other Side." "I'd rather just be me." Still, this might be his funkiest record since Murray's Revenge, and that's due to Beatnick & K-Salaam, who add a heavy bass backbeat to tracks like the G-funk bumper "64' Impala" and the rock-infused "Slash Gordan." Some of Murs and Fashawn's tracks have a bland workmanlike quality, but at their best they leave an impression with everyman perspectives on L.A. life, including "Peace Treaty," "Reina de Barrio (Ghetto Queen)" and "Heartbreaks & Handcuffs."