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If it hadn’t been for a career ending knee ligament injury, promising footballer Olly Murs (born 14 May 1984) from Essex, England may never have won the nation’s hearts through his X-Factor journey in 2009 as a pop musician.
This cheeky chappy found his fame on the British television talent competition X Factor in 2009, impressing judges and audiences alike with charisma in abundance and incredible talent. Taking the runner up spot in the final and missing his identical twin brother’s wedding in the process, Murs was soon snapped up by Epic Records and Syco music with whom he signed a record deal with the following year.
Later in 2010, Murs released his debut single “Please Don’t Let Me Go” with its reggae pop infusion which peaked at number one and off his forthcoming debut self-titled album which demonstrated his innate songwriting capabilities. The album debuted in the UK album charts at number two, certifying double platinum and also featured the singles “Thinking of Me” and “Heart on My Sleeve”. The following year Murs embarked on his first solo nationwide tour which saw him play four sold-out shows at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, England. At the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards that year, Murs took home the award for Best British Album.
Releasing his second album “In Case You Didn’t Know” in 2011 saw Murs snatch his first number one album and featured the collaboration with Brit-hop duo Rizzle Kicks on the number one single “Heart Skips a Beat”. For the US release, the single featured American rapper Chiddy Bang. The following year Murs released his third album “Right Place Right Time” which peaked at number one in the UK charts with the lead single “Troublemaker” featuring American rapper Flo Rida. Later that year Murs joined One Direction as a support act on their North American Tour.
Murs’ fourth album “Never Been Better” released in 2014 sees him collaborate with his more hot American talent with Demi Lovato and Travie McCoy featuring as he scored another number one album. Having played across the globe and at T in the Park and V Festival while supporting the likes of JLS, Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams, Murs has proved that he is no one trick pony as he endeavours to conquer the world injecting his little ray of sunshine pop into the charts.