Every guy has his vice; for Murph Watkins it’s the ladies. As you might expect from someone who has more than one woman in his life, Murph doesn’t call them girlfriends. Instead, he prefers to Call ‘Em Freaks. (Just don’t let them find out!) Over a shimmering, milky production by Sani, Watkins displays a style so silky and fluid, its no wonder he can’t keep the ladies away. In his verses, the Chicago emcee explains his love-em-and-leave-em, lady-killing philosophy. Even the most adept Casanovas, however, are bound to slip up and, from the looks of the Brianna Lashe-directed visuals, Watkins has gotten himself into a sticky situation. Call ‘Em Freaks fits well with the title of his most recent project, Loose Women N’ Booze, hosted at The DJBooth for free stream and download.
Written by Lucas G. on 08/28/13
Windy City rhymesayer Murph Watkins has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest solo street release, Loose Women N' Booze. The project packs 11 original jams from the up-and-coming emcee, along with two...
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