Dre Murray’s story is a tale that's been told by many inner city youth coming up with the odds against you. Falling in love with HipHop at an early age enables Dre to tell the gritty details of his past with first-person and fictional narratives punctuated with witty wordplay. Although Dre Murray is no stranger to the Mic (his first solo album, Manumit, was released in 2008), the Houston native exponentially grew his audience a year later when he teamed with producer Wit for the Hell’s Paradise Series. The success of those critically-acclaimed albums led to other high profile features for Dre on KJ-52′s Dangerous album and Lecrae’s Don Cannon-hosted Church Clothes Mixtape. He continues to improve his craft through participation in the nationally publicized South by Southwest (SXSW) music and industry conference festivals. "Reality", featuring Alex Faith, Sean C. Johnson, and B.C. is just a small sample of Dre Murray's talent and commitment to the Art of HipHop. Checkout the single below.