The news of Conrad Murray's sentencing in the death of Michael Jackson has prompted a new entry into The Aftermath Presents mixtape series. Our latest release, "The Conrad Murray Behind Bars Mixtape," is meant to offer insight as to what Dr. Murray experienced before and after the "Thriller" singer's death.
The song selections are telling. Slick Rick's "The Moment I Fear" depicts the story of hope and excitement when met with grave disappointment. Kurupt's "Behind The Walls," from the soundtrack for the HBO jailhouse series "Oz," gives a day-in-the-life overview of an inmate. Lastly, Xzibit's "Release Date," a track set on the convict's last day incarcerated, reflects on the horrors of the cell block vacation.
Watch The Aftermath Presents hosts, Soren Baker and myself, explain how Conrad Murray relates to each of the songs.
HEAR SONGS FROM CONRAD MURRAY BEHIND BARS MIXTAPE
"The Moment I Feared" (1988)
Kurupt f. Nate Dogg
"Behind The Walls" (2001)
Click here to listen.
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