Murs to Attempt World Record For Rapping


The season finale of Boost Mobile's "Where You At? LA" is slated to conclude on Oct. 12, and on that day, the show's host, Murs, will attempt to break a world record.

The Los Angeles rapper will attempt to rap consecutively for more than 24 hours straight.

"For the season finale of 'Where You AT? LA,' we wanted to do something a little bit outrageous," Murs says. "Once I volunteered to break the record for rapping and my team loved the idea, my heart kind of sunk a little. Doing anything for more than 24 hours straight is insane, but to rap lyrics LIVE for that long in front of the world is a huge test for me. Wish me luck!"

Can he do it?

More #rapmarathon training tune in gonna be doing some tribe some west coast classics and much more. For the next 3 + hours no big deal lol

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The previous four episodes of "WYA?LA" featured performances, interviews, and freestyles from some of LA's biggest artists and famed figures, from Dame Dash, YG and DJ Quik, to Casey Veggies, The Dogg Pound, Roy Choi and B-Real.

WYA?LA will be streamed via Facebook Live, Twitch, and Periscope.