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Music / March 1, 2022

MuRli returns to the essence in ‘The Sky Has Windows’

MuRli, Photo Credit: Shane Serrano
Music / March 1, 2022

MuRli returns to the essence in ‘The Sky Has Windows’

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Narolane Records rapper shares his long-awaited EP, his first new project since 2020’s Till The Wheels Fall Off.

Narolane season is well and truly underway. Hot off the back of a performance in the 3Olympia Theatre as part of Denise Chaila’s headline show, MuRli has shared his The Sky Has Windows EP. It lands as his first solo project since 2020’s Till The Wheels Fall Off and follows up the release of the former Rusangano Family rapper’s collaboration with Gemma Dunleavy, ‘Odyssey’.

Landing complete with five tracks, it features his trademark production and heady bars and marks the start of a busy year for the label as a whole.

Speaking on the new EP, MuRli says, “This EP is me going back to why I do what I do in the first place. It’s me expressing my feelings and my thoughts in that specific moment in my life via words and sounds. Nothing here was overly thought out. I went into the studio with my friends to vibe out and this is me opening the windows onto those sessions“

Listen to The Sky Has Windows below:

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