MF Doom and Westside Gunn deliver another joint off of their joint project WESTSIDEDOOM project with “2Stings.” The duo drop science over a brooding Alchemist production. No word when the full project is due out so enjoy this cut until then.
With MF Doom ending his series with Adult Swim, the man with the iron mask announces a collaboration project with Westside Gunn. The appropriately titled WESTSIDEDOOM spawns the Daringer produced song “Gorilla Monsoon” as Gunn and Doom trade bars over sinister production.
“He’s just one of those mysterious dudes and that’s what I like about him the most,” Westside Gunn said. “Not everyone out there is able to touch DOOM because he’s not out there like that. I reached out to him and the dots just connected. Plus, I already had the WESTSIDEDOOM idea in my head. It didn’t have to be a full album or what not to make a point.”
Who knows when we’ll see the album so enjoy the single for the time being.
It’s short. It’s sweet. It’s DOOM. “Notebook 06” is here for your listening pleasure.
MF Doom switches identities to once again become Viktor Vaughn for a moment to give us “Notebook 05.”
Another week, another new DOOM track from his lost notebook. This week, Black Elvis himself joins the iron masked one for “Notebook 004.” With Kool Keith and MF Doom tag teaming, expect the eccentricities at a premium.
More goodness from the man with the iron mask as DOOM flexes on “Notebook 03.”
The gift that keeps on giving continues as DOOM’s folder of music to Adult Swim yields another banger with Alchemist titled “Doomsayer.”
That folder that MF DOOM sent to Adult Swim is the gift that keeps giving as the next joint that drops is from a forthcoming KMD album Crack In Time that features DOOM and Jay Electronica titled “True Lightyears.”
Adult Swim recently announced that MF Doom sent them a folder of 15 songs titled The Missing Notebook Rhymes and will release them to the masses. First up, DOOM and Sean P.’s “Negus.”
An unreleased song from MF Doom and Danger Mouse has surfaced in the form of “Spokesman.”