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Lee worked with a-listers in the rap game like Jermaine Dupri, Ying Yang twins, Lil Wayne among others.

Releasing his debut album, "Murphy's Law" in September 23, 2003, Lee hit instant success as his album went platinum. The album peaked at the #8 position on the Billboard 200 music chart. Hits from this album include "Luv me baby" (featuring Jazze Pha) and "What the hook gon be (produced and featuring Jermaine Dupri)". Another standout from this album is Mannie Fresh's "Hold Up"(with Nelly).Lee collaborated with many names from the hip-hop community like ex-bandmate Nelly, Ali, Kyjuan, P.Diddy, Jermaine Dupri, Sleepy Brown, Cardan, Li'l Wayne, Roscoe, Li'l Jon, Zee, Toya, Jazze Pha and King Jacob.

Fate shined on this talented St. Louis native when he won a Grammy for "Shake ya tailfeather" (featuring Nelly and P.Diddy). This track was performed for the original soundtrack of "Bad Boys II". After its release, the track exploded at radio. The tune also has the distinction of being one of the #1 Most Added Tracks at Rhythmic Crossover radio and Urban formats. "Dat Bullshit" featuring T. Lee aka Sevin is another feather in his (rarely seen without) hat/ baseball cap.

Branching out as an entrepreneur, Lee opened up "Good for you Cafe" which has two locations in St. Louis. A strict vegetarian himself though the menu also serves meat dishes. Lee ventured out with, "U-C-ME Entertainment", his own record label. In addition, his latest business deal is a Promotion company, Xclusive Promotional products for rising musicians.

Lee has performed with his younger brother's band, Futurre's Group Da Camp. Also, with R&B singer, Zee's, as well as Prentiss Church, Potzee, and Quor 03.
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On December 18,1979, Hip-Hop artist Murphy Lee, was born Tohri Murphy Lee Harper to a single mother in St.Louis, Missouri. Since his humble beginnings, Murphy lee aka Murph-Derrt and Da Skool Boy has had tremendous success with ticket and record sales.

Before Lee achieved stardom or acclaim on his own name, his reputation was spreading nationwide thanks to his standout verses in Nelly's "Country grammar" album. Lee is in the extremely catchy "ride with me" and "batter up". In the early 1990's, Lee and his hometown friends Nelly, Ali, Slo'Down, Kyjuan and City Spud performed as "St.Lunatics". Scoring their local hit in 1996 "Gimmie what you got", Universal Records signed them in 1996. Nelly went solo and scored his 2000 9x platinum album, "Country grammar". St. Lunatics released their debut "Free City" in 2001. As a kid growing up in St. Louis, Lee spent most of his time attending to studies, riding his bike or playing basketball. His attention turned to attention with the formation of St. Lunatics. Apparently, Lee's brother Kyjuan is best friends with Nelly.

Lee performs with the skill and calm of a seasoned pro despite only being one season old. Though still new, fans of his and hip-hop must buy tickets to watch this unstoppable man on the way to more platinum albums.
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