Tuesday, March 3, 2009

MF Doom - Born Like This

MF Doom - Ballskin:

MF Doom - That's that:

MF Doom - Lightworks:

MF Doom fans take note: the Vaudeville Villain's forthcoming album 'Born Like This' sees the metal-masked rapper dropping the 'MF' [Metal Fingers] prefix in favor of simple calling himself, in all capitals, DOOM. The album features collaborations with the likes of Wu-Tang Clan's Raekwon and Ghostface Killer with production from Jake One and the Detroit legend J-Dilla prior to his death.

Not content to just leave it at that, 'DOOM' remains one of the few hip-hop artists who still creates theme albums. In this case the theme is as unhip-hop as it comes, the great American everyman poet Charles Bukowski. Inspired by the 1960's and 70's poet, DOOM samples a performance by Bukowski on 'Cellz' and previously used a vocal sample as an interlude on the 2004 track 'One Beer'.

DOOM's album 'Born Like This' is due out in Spring 2009 on Lex Records.

MF Doom - Born Like This Tracklisting:

01. Supervillain Intro
02. Gazillion Ear
03. Ballskin
04. Yessir (ft. Raekwon)
05. Absolutely
06. Rap Ambush
07. Lightworks
08. Batty-Boys
09. Angelz (ft. Tony Starks)
09. Cellz
10. Still Dope (ft. Empress Sharhh)
11. Microwave Mayo
12. More Rhymin’ (ft. Kurious)
13. That’s That
14. Suppervillainz
15. Bump’s Message
16. Thank Ya


Chris said...

Ah, those dunks have been out for 2 years. I have a pair

Mr. Richter said...

I thought I saw those at the Heist... Was thinking they were a new version haha...

I'll take em down. :)

Chris said...

All good mate. Damn excited about that album though. The sampler is ill...
And such a strange thing to theme an album on, contemporary poet Bukowski.. Thats deep.