Beck is another one of the high profile names tapped for the remix LP of MF Doom and Jniero Jarel’s Keys To The Kuffs, due August 20th.
JJ Doom’s Keys To The Kuffs LP is being re-released as a deluxe “Butter Edition”, including seven new cuts. Lex Records has released previews of each “Viberian Sun” (feat. Del), “The Signs”, and “Pause Tape”. The new edition is up for pre-order now on iTunes for the low price of $7.99. Due August 20th.
Joey Bada$$ finally links with Doom officially, from his upcoming Summer Knights EP, which hits next week.
Lex Records will release the official remix album to JJ Doom’s Keys To Kuffs, dubbed the Butter Edition. The new release is an expanded edition of the original version, which includes new tracks, as well as remixes/appearances by Thom York (Radiohead), Jonny Greenwood, Beck, Del The Funky Homosapien, Dave Sitek, and others. Check out a [cont.]
You Need To Hear This are proud to present the brand new video from JJ DOOM “BOOKHEAD”, a collaboration with legendary street artist Steve “ESPO” Powers. “BOOKHEAD” was produced by You Need To Hear This, shot in London and directed by Powers, and reveals both the as yet unheard track and the ESPO masterminded security [cont.]
June 16th marked the end of this years NXNE in Toronto, where Joey Bada$$ co-headlined a free show at Dundas Square. Here, he debuts a new song off his upcoming Summer Knights project, dropping July 1st. The track is produced by MF Doom….
Yeah, they were never going to clear that CCR sample. Prince Paul writes: This was a song was recorded in My studio in the early 2000′s .Doom I had know for quite some time and at this point I had recorded Barman ” It very stimulating ‘ EP . Barman wanted to collaborate with Doom [cont.]
In this extensive Interview with Montreality, Ghostface Killah speaks about: – The type of student he was at school (0:16) – Jobs he had as a teenager growing up (0:42) – The key to success (1:46) – His passion for literature & favorite books (2:25) – What he would call his book, if he were [cont.]
Ghostface updates fans on his long-awaited collaborative album with MF DOOM. Don’t give up hope yet. “Everything happens in god-time.”
Legendary engineer for Jay-Z/Roc-A-Fella remixes MF Doom. What else do you need to know?
Longtime homies Kurious and MF Doom reteam for this new track, of unknown origin.
Rap mastermind DOOM used to run the game in graffiti too. Here he comes out of a 10-year retirement to light up a dark London evening with his spray cans.
Jake One sits down with HipHopSite.Com to speak on his just released LP with Brother Ali, Mourning In America & Dreaming In Color, working with Dr. Dre on Detox, Freeway’s next album, working with MF Doom, and much more. HipHopSite.Com: First off, what are you using to produce? Jake One: Pretty much, the foundation of [cont.]
Out Da Box TV brings you a special new interview with Producer/Emcee “Jneiro Jarel” who is also known as Dr. Who Dat? and J.J. of JJ DOOM. They caught up with Jneiro last month for what would be his first TV Interview, coincidentally taking place on the actual day he released his highly anticipated collabo [cont.]
In this three part interview, the legendary Masta Ace visits Sway In The Morning to talk about origins of “The Symphony”, G.O.O.D. vs. Slaugherhouse vs. MMG, and performs “I Did It” from his new album MA_DOOM with MF Doom.
Jneiro Jarel made this exclusive mix for Dazed Digital, to help promote his recent J.J. Doom mixtape with MF Doom. DD: You’ve made an exclusive mix for Dazed, what’s the inspiration behind it? Jneiro Jarel: I’ve been hugely inspired by the music from the UK since the ‘80s. I was into New Wave, I used [cont.]
DOOM raps the track “Guv’Nor” from his new album Key To The Kuffs for a new mind-bending, split-screen video experiment directed by Ninian Doff as part of Rizlab project #4. Rizlab is a project created to allow pioneering artists to freely experiment to create interesting and innovative music experiences – the new and the unexpected, [cont.]
Exclusive in-depth interview with Joey Badass (Bada$$) and CJ FLY. Part 2 starts with The Progressive Era members talking to Nick Huff Barili about being influenced by MF Doom and J Dilla. Joey goes on to call Pro Era’s own Chuck Strangers one of the best producers he knows and says they are going to [cont.]
M.F. Doom ends his rhyming hiatus after a three-year absence since his last release, Born Like This. Originally born in the U.K., Doom was denied entry back into the U.S. after travelling with a U.K. visa, forcing him to stay in London, where he recorded the entirety of his new record, J.J. Doom. A collaboration [cont.]
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