Every Eddie Murphy and Dave Chappelle fan will remember Charlie Murphy; edgier stand-up comedian and source of the famous “True Hollywood Stories” that launched Chappelle’s Show into the stratosphere. Sadly, Charlie Murphy is no longer with us, having passed away at age 57.
Legendary comedian and actor, Eddie Murphy is trying his hand at music again. For those that don't remember (or weren't born yet), Eddie first tried his hand in the music industry with the 1985 Rick James assisted, Party All The Time. Although, the single has been the butt of many jokes, it did peak on the Billboard charts at the #2 spot. Eddie's latest offering entitled 'Temporary', has more of a country-alternative-almost gospel feel to it. The video shows Murphy playing an acoustic guitar in a studio with a full band and back up singers.
Eddie Murphy hasn’t been on ‘Saturday Night Live’ since 1984, and he hasn’t even participated in the various reunion shows that have happened in the years since he left the show. But he could show up this weekend.
Murphy’s co-star in the new movie ‘Tower Heist’ is Ben Stiller, who just so happens to be hosting this weekend’s ‘SNL.’ Rumors have begun to circulate that Murphy will finally make a cam