L’Orange revisits the Kool Keith and MF Doom collaboration known as “Super Hero” and injects it with its own flavor.
Back in 2011, Madlib and MF Doom dropped “Avalanche” on the Stones Throw podcast that had hip hop heads searching all over for the full song. Five years later, the full song has surfaced and is available for purchase on 7″ vinyl with a 8″ figurine over at Rappcats. But you can enjoy the song now.
From the new album Kool Keith – “Feature Magnetic” out on Mello Music Group. Super Hero feat. MF DOOM premiered at FADER and finds two of Hiphop’s biggest Super Villains uniting over crashing, hypnotic cymbals and driving bass. Enter the twisted comic book world conjutred by Keith & DOOM over spliffs in a dank London basement. This is director Kris Merc & animation studio Aardman Nathan Love sonic-vision.
About five years ago, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke remixed MF DOOM’s “Gazzillion Ear.” You may have heard one of them, but this one is just now getting released and deserves your attention.
The abstract emcees with colorful language connect as Kool Keith and MF DOOM join forces for “Super Hero” off Keith’s forthcoming album Feature Magnetic.
Let’s celebrate the album that made us all huge MF DOOM fans, Operation Doomsday. Check out the animated video for “Gas Drawls” by artist Dustooned. DOOM and Metalface Records will reissue the album on a 2/LP red & black vinyl, and two 18 x 24-inch posters that you can cop at RapCats.
deM atlaS takes MF Doom’s “Garbage Day #3” and talks his sh*t with an animated flow on “Grbge Trsh.”
Australian group The Avalanche come back after a 16 year hiatus with the zany “Frank Sinatra” that features MF Doom and Danny Brown. And the video as just as wild as the song.
DOOM enters the 36 chambers with his smoothed out mix of “Method Man.”
MF Doom and Busta Rhymes bless a classic J Dilla instrumental from Dilla’s Jay Loves Japan project with BJ The Chicago Kid also popping in for a cameo.