MF DOOM is gone but not forgotten. A request has been filed to make an intersection in Long Island, NY a tribute to Hip-Hop’s only true supervillain.
Fans are still waving the Daniel Dumile flag weeks after his untimely death was confirmed. Two radio pioneers celebrated the late great MC's career with a thoughtful and in-depth program.
Last week it was revealed Hip-Hop had lost one of the most unique talents to ever grab a microphone, months ago. Two of his peers have saluted in the most fitting way.
While he is most associated for his golden touch for penning crossover hits Drake does know real Rap. He spent last week revisiting some of the classics.
Inpspectah Deck, a longtime member of the Wu-Tang Clan, and Boston underground Hip-Hop duo 7L & Esoteric joined forces in 2013 to form the group Czarface. After a number of acclaimed projects, Czarface announced a joint project with the elusive wordsmith MF DOOM for a new album coming next month.
MF DOOM, true to the persona of the character he embodies, isn’t much for social media or even public appearances. Today on Instagram (Dec. 18), the rapper born Daniel Dumile reappeared online to share a moving post mourning the loss of his 14-year-old son.
DOOM and Griselda Records' Westside Gunn have joined forces to work on a WESTSIDEDOOM collaborative project with production from Alchemist and Daringer.
MF DOOM has always been something of a mysterious figure, and there are stories of repute to confirm that viewpoint. However, photos of the masked super-villain surfaced recently but most probably wasn’t expecting to see DOOM actually officiating a wedding complete with the signature metal mask.
DOOM, better known by the masses as MF DOOM, is still hailed as one of the best pure lyricists ever by most Hip-Hop fans. Although the metal-faced supervillain has been keeping a relatively low profile, DOOM promises a 2016 return to music along with a warning to those who might be doubting him.
Rick Ross is firing on all cylinders, and today releases a new track titled “Crocodile Python” from his upcoming album Black Market (due in stores Dec. 4).
Fans at Miami’s III Points Festival got one heck of a treat over the weekend when the joining of two larger-than-life performers took place. DOOM, formerly known as MF DOOM, joined Ghostface Killah onstage and rocked a few classic joints from his vast and celebrated catalog.
Even with the sizeable amount of noteworthy releases this year, come this Halloween season, no living soul can complain about not having any “real Hip-Hop” to bob their head to.