MURS x 9th Wonder - The Final Adventure

Posted 3 years ago
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Spanning nearly a decade and spawning four collaborative full-lengths (Murs 3:16: The 9th Edition, Murray's Revenge, Sweet Lord and Fornever), MURS and 9th Wonder's collaborative relationship has been one of the dopest and most fruitful the game has ever seen. Now, the Golden State rhymesayer and his Carolina-repping production partner have closed the book on their legendary partnership with a fifth and final album. The Final Adventure features 10 tracks' worth of original material, plus two bonus cuts for those who purchase the project on iTunes. Heralded by lead single "It's Over," the project is produced entirely by 9th Wonder, and features a sole guest appearance from First in Flight State phenom and Jamla's own Rapsody.

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