Rob Murat | So Much to Say

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So Much to Say

by Rob Murat

Soul music is back. The singer/songwriter/producer and recent Lennon Award winner grabs your attention and speaks directly to the musical void that has left you thirsting for that much-needed fresh sound.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ladies & Gentlemen
1:36 album only
2. Dilemma
3:10 album only
3. Ready to Love
3:37 album only
4. Mr. Soulman ft. Amanda Diva
2:58 album only
5. Daytime High
2:58 album only
6. Celebrate
3:50 album only
7. Something Magical
5:22 album only
8. Until It's Over
4:10 album only
9. So Much to Say
4:07 album only
10. So Much More ft. J. Ivy
2:13 album only
11. One Day ft. Blitz the Ambassador
4:12 album only
12. Born Again
4:19 album only
13. BONUS: Ricky???
3:54 album only
14. BONUS: Know... (Live)
5:39 album only


Album Notes
Soul music is back! It’s almost impossible to deny that there’s an ongoing resurrection of the genre made popular by pioneers such as Marvin Gaye, Al Green, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder and numerous others. After a lack-luster hiatus, R&B and Soul is refreshing again… It’s special again... And it definitely feels good again. Among the pack of souldiers leading this recent upsurge is native New Yorker, Rob Murat. The Queens-born Ivy-League graduate emerges as a leader within the resurgence with intense vocals, creative songwriting, and contagious production that holds music-lovers captive.

Singer, songwriter, producer, and grandson of an international music notable; Rob has been surrounded by music ever since birth. With a childhood immersed in a wide array of musical influences, from hip hop, pop, and R&B to Caribbean, jazz and even classical, Rob developed a vigorous passion for music relatively early in life. His musical upbringing coupled with his experiences as a trumpet soloist, self-taught pianist, impressive composer and vocal arranger has translated into the making of a true artist.

Listening to Rob Murat’s music is like traveling back to the future. The freshness of his sound is reminiscent of the icons that paved the way before him, yet it pushes forward with a unique flavor that hints at something never quite heard before. His passionate performances demand your undivided attention upon delivery. Sold out crowds at New York’s Joe’s Pub, The Village Underground, and L.Q., and Philadelphia’s World Live Café among others have all experienced Rob’s captivating execution firsthand. His sound and style lay a foundation that often flirt with rich tones and live instrumentation, yet at the same time display hip hop sensibilities that peak the interest of the urban listener. His songs deal with a range of matters from the heart and mind with a strong presence of vocal textures that serve as pure audio therapy for the soul. Seldom have love and hate, joy and pain, even tears and laughter been bound so tightly together in such a mesmerizing set.

Rob’s recent accolades include collaborations with Grammy Award winning, G.O.O.D. Music producer, Devo Springsteen (Kanye West, John Legend), and Hip Hop group, Kidz in the Hall; appearances on FOX and BET J TV broadcasts, and the Lennon Award in the R&B category of the prestigious John Lennon Songwriting Contest; music placements on a nationwide Verizon Wireless radio ad, and on ESPN and TV One original series. His brand new recording project, So Much to Say, boasts collaborations with emcee/singer, Amanda Diva (Def Poetry Jam, Sirius Radio, MTV2), J. Ivy (Def Poetry Jam, Kanye West’s College Dropout), and rising Hip Hop artist, Blitz the Ambassador .

Yes… Soul music is back! And if Rob Murat has his way, it is here to stay.



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Marjorie Fontanilla

So Much to Say
A must-have for r&b fans!


So much to say
A wonderful liryc that deeply touches the soul. Artist like this one should be at the top of the chart!