#1 Edited by thedj93 (1237 posts) -

and it ain't bad neither. link

it's all there after the third paragraph. i really enjoy how he's fully embraced the crusty old man voice but he's still got the super fast flow on songs like banished to hold it down

in case you didn't know the record is a collaboration with producer Jneiro Jarel akin to past collaborations with Danger Mouse and Madlib

it's called Key to the Kuffs and it drops on august 20

does anyone have an opinion they would like to divulge on this matter?

also, did you guys hear about the album he produced for Masta Ace? That totally came out like a full month ago. it's comprised of mostly already-released beats, but masta ace always delivers with that realness so its all good. check it out

#2 Posted by SarjuTheRapper (279 posts) -

wtf that came out of nowhere!

#3 Posted by Serpentenema (217 posts) -

I heard 'ello guv'nor a few weeks ago and I loved its regular show samples. I am down for anything done by DOOM.

#4 Posted by thedj93 (1237 posts) -

the album is quite interesting. it's a more focused sound then im used to from doom. i really like it.

#5 Posted by artofwar420 (6284 posts) -

Awesome stuff, always glad to hear some MF Doom.

#6 Posted by JacDG (2119 posts) -

Son of Yvonne was great! Master Ace might be a bit monotone, but he has amazing story telling capabilities. Looking forward to given this one a listen, Doom always produce some dope ass beats.

#7 Posted by SamStrife (1282 posts) -

It sounds pretty cool but I have no respect for the dude after he sent random people in his masks to preform for him...

#8 Posted by fetchfox (1260 posts) -

Nice, new material! Haven't listened to any Doom for long time. Listening now, let's see if I still like the man.

#9 Posted by sissylion (679 posts) -

I have never been able to get into MF Doom. Might as well try again now.

#10 Posted by Sploder (917 posts) -

Listening now, pretty good so far. Really like Banished.

#11 Posted by pyromagnestir (4291 posts) -

Yay! Two new DOOM albums is a good way to start the day.

@sissylion: Might I recommend Vaudeville Villain. Have you given that a shot? For whatever reason I find his Viktor Vaughn persona is the most accessible.

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#12 Posted by envane (1162 posts) -

@SamStrife said:

It sounds pretty cool but I have no respect for the dude after he sent random people in his masks to preform for him...

that actually makes him sound cooler to me lol.. ohwell

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#14 Posted by sissylion (679 posts) -

@pyromagnestir: I think I've only tried Danger Doom because everyone said to listen to that first. But I will try Vaudeville Villain. Eventually.

#15 Posted by andriv (256 posts) -

muppet is my new favorite slang

good album

#16 Posted by Everyones_A_Critic (6296 posts) -

I never liked MF Doom. His delivery is incredibly muddy, his beats are stuck in the '90's (same problem I have with DJ Premier, dude hasn't evolved in a decade plus and the industry stays on his dick), and his "deep lyrics" are cliched rhymes we've heard a million rappers do a million times before like "Rhymes like dimes" and "Thugs and drugs". He may as well throw in a "Hennessy and enemies" line while he's at it. It also pisses me off when a rapper is called "socially conscious" when they're just preaching overly-simplified, watered-down messages that get by solely on the fact that they're positive.

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#17 Posted by Ravenlight (8040 posts) -

Thanks for posting this! I'm always up for some MF Doom.

#18 Posted by PrivateIronTFU (3874 posts) -