The one and only DOOM has returned with “Notebook 03,” another release from his Adult Swim-approved series, The Missing Notebook Rhymes. Murky, quirky production serves as a backdrop for the legendary emcee’s descriptive ramblings. DOOM devotes his verses to third person narratives about his past, his mentality, and his personality. Stream “Notebook 03” below.
DOOM and Alchemist are a combination to be reckoned with, as evidenced by their latest collaborative effort, “Doomsayer.” Cinematic, ominous production by Alchemist serves as a fitting backdrop for DOOM’s cinematic, descriptive storytelling. This one comes to us courtesy of Adult Swim and will be featured on DOOM’s Missing Notebook Rhymes project. Stream “Doomsayer” below.
The ever elusive MF Doom has reemerged with a track called “Notebook 00 – Negus,” featuring the late, great Sean Price. Doom is going to be releasing one song per week, for the next fifteen weeks. The project, which is called The Missing Notebook Rhymes and will release via Adult Swim, will include “all new . . .
Moses Sumney‘s vocals are piercing, emotive, and powerful. He uses them to great effect on his somber new single, “Doomed.” The Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter’s latest begins on a decidedly minimalistic note, before electronic instrumentation begins to swell and create a memorable climax in conjunction with Moses’s falsetto. Stream “Doomed” below.
“I’m not glad, but I have to be a fool for a salary. I’m doomed on reality.” If you’ve ever been frustrated with your day job, Cane‘s new Doomed On Reality project is for you. The Virginia-based emcee puts his pen to the test once more, rapping over fifteen MF Doom beats and coming out . . .
“Emcee extraordinaire, technique’s sorta rare.” I truly believe that every MF Doom verse we can get our hands on is a gift to society as a whole. The reclusive rapper teamed up with Madlib once more for “Avalanche,” a slightly ominous single that was released with an accompanying vinyl record and action figure, which is . . .
Kool Keith and MF Doom are two veterans who have never been afraid to step outside of the box. Their new video for “Super Hero,” which director Kir Merc describes as a “visual pop travesty,” is a disorienting, frenetic representation of their art. Keith told The Fader: “When I produced the track I pictured DOOM . . .
I’ll get one thing out of the way first. “Frankie Sinatra” is a weird song. It lurches, leans, warbles, and chugs along like a drunken marching band. This chaos is all orchestrated by The Avalanches, an Australian electronic band that is releasing an album this year for the first time since 2000. They seem to . . .
Your favorite lyrically inclined recluse, the one and only Jay Electronica, is back in top form with the MF Doom-featuring “Light Years.” Snippets of this song had been floating around the internet for some time now, but now we can hear the full version in its flute-centric glory. Stream “Light Years” below. (RapWAVE)
Any time MF Doom, the legendary man of many aliases, makes a return to the rap game, it feels like a victory lap. We’ve seen a number of appearances from the reclusive rapper as of late, the most recent of which is under the alias of King Dumile for a song by A State Of . . .
Two years ago, Wu-Tang Clan‘s Inspectah Deck and the duo 7L & Esoteric joined forces to release their debut album under the name of Czarface. Today, they debut a cinematic new single called “Ka-Bang!” that also features a guest appearance from the legendary DOOM. Czarface’s Every Hero Needs A Villain album is set to release . . .
Menacing. That’s the first word that comes to mind in reaction to “Got One.” The newly released record features production by Max Fuego and appearances from four well known DMV artists; Mike of Doom, Cal Rips, OGK and Miles Meraki. This record is a long-awaited collaboration between three different collectives – 30Whop, Kool Klux Klan . . .
Yasiin Bey has been a bit off the map as of late, but that doesn’t mean that he hasn’t been working. The legendary emcee formerly known as Mos Def has taken a total of seven MF Doom beats and crafted his own verses and videos for them. The Bey treatment is applied to “Beef Rap,” . . .
Milwaukee, Wisconsin creative WebsterX executes a unique vision with his video for “Doomsday.” The young emcee has quite the charismatic personality, which is quickly understood when listening to his lyrics and observing his mannerisms in the Cody LaPlant and Damien Klaven-directed video. Watch the video for “Doomsday” below.
Well, this is pure gold. BADBADNOTGOOD and Ghostface Killah recruit the one and only DOOM for “Ray Gun,” a cinematic new release that almost feels like it could be in a new James Bond movie. Ghostface Killah and BADBADNOTGOOD are set to release an LP on February 23rd. Ghostface is also set to debut a . . .