Eddie Murphy may be funny, but he is a serious musician, guys. According to a recent podcast, Murphy said:
“A hundred years from now, when I’m gone, they’ll find all these tracks and they’ll be like, ‘Wow, we didn’t even know this guy. We had no idea,’ ” the comic, who had a 1985 hit with “Party All the Time,” told Krista Smith on her “Present Company” podcast for Netflix. “Whatever muscle I use to be funny … I have a muscle to do music, and I use them both all the time … I’ve never stopped doing music.” But, “I stopped putting it out though, because … the audience gets weirded out by it. And I don’t want to be that guy.”
Remember this gem?
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