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General News / November 22, 2019

MuRli shares eclectic mixtape ‘The Intangibles’

General News / November 22, 2019

MuRli shares eclectic mixtape ‘The Intangibles’

Rapper, producer and educator MuRli curates an all-star line-up on his new mixtape.

MuRli is more than just a rapper. One third of Choice Prize winning group Rusangano Family, he helped pave the way for a number of new artists to see success in Ireland. Teaching young people about music since 2014 he is invested in helping the next generation.

Following the success of the trio’s album ‘Let The Dead Bury The Dead’, we’ve seen God Knows release solo music to hugely positive reception. MuRli has followed suit and released a number of singles in 2019 and now he’s shared his 11 track mixtape ‘The Intangibles’. Mixed, produced and recorded in Limerick and Tenerife, it’s a thoroughly rich and layered project that contains impeccable features from the likes of Denise Chaila, Strange Boy and Outsider YP.

Despite the varying style of tracks MuRli’s inimitable stamp is pressed throughout the tape. His lucid wordplay and plethora of flows are on show in a project that highlights the best qualities of one of the country’s most talented spitters.

Listen below:

Photography: Colm Keegan