The following is a listing of releases by British-American hip hop recording artist and record producer Daniel Dumile, professionally known by the stage name MF Doom. This discography includes work under his many aliases, his solo work and his collaborations. 1991: "Who Me?" (as KMD). 1991: "Peachfuzz" (as KMD). 1999: "I Hear Voices". 2000: "?" (w/ Kurious). 2003: "The Final Hour" (as King Geedorah). 2003: "Mr. Clean" (as Viktor Vaughn).
Cannibal Ox - "Iron Rose" (feat. KOOL KEITH - SUPER HERO (feat. Danger Doom reached on the Billboard 200. Also in 2005, DOOM made an appearance on "November Has Come", a track on Gorillaz's 2005 album Demon Days, which reached on the Billboard 20. .Doom produced tracks for both of Ghostface Killah's 2006 albums Fishscale and More Fish, it was also announced that the two were working on a collaboration album together as 'DOOMStarks' - then titled Swift & Changeable
Discover all MF DOOM's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Strange Universe (2002) by Non Phixion feat. Beat Box (Diversion One) by Art of Noise (1984). El Rey Y Yo by Los Angeles Negros (1970). Put Your Quarter Up (2001) by Molemen feat. Slug, Aesop Rock and MF DOOM.
Asked by ‘InvadingCanadian’ if the album collaboration with DOOM is ever coming, Ghostface replied simply: Yes its coming out 2015. He also passed judgement on his soundalike Action Bronson: He is Cool. Ghostface’s new album 36 Seasons drops tomorrow, December 9. Tags: DOOM Ghostface Killah.
Box Set Metalface 2011. Description: Doom's label Metalface Record is releasing the first complete version of Doom's debut album OPERATION: DOOMSDAY. Pebbles The Invisible Girl. 3. Rhymes Like Dimes feat.
Initially known as Zev Love X, a member of the short-lived but infl.One of hip-hop's most beloved anti-heroes, the ever-inventive MF Doom (often referred to as simply DOOM, in all caps) has received widespread praise for his sharp, candid rhymes as well as his choppy, sample-heavy production style. Initially known as Zev Love X, a member of the short-lived but influential Golden Age rap group . the MC/producer born Daniel Dumile re-emerged at the end of the '90s with a persona and logo patterned after the Marvel Comics super villain Dr. Doom.
MF Doom is London-born Daniel Dumile's most well-known alias. He has become one of the most recognized names in underground rap in recent years due to his individual lyrical style and unparalleled output. The album easily established Dumile's new style and gained recognition in the underground rap scene, though overlooked by most people. The next few years were spent releasing albums under the Viktor Vaughn, Metal Fingers and King Geedorah monikers which built hype surrounding the metal-faced emcee. The MF Doom and Madlib team was called Madvillain and showcased both artists at the creative peaks of their young careers.
MF DOOM 8. Mad Neighbor 9. The Strip, feat. Paak 10. Finer Things, feat. Three icons of Los Angeles indie hip-hop - Stones Throw rapper MED, prolific rhymer Blu and esteemed producer Madlib - are joining forces for the full-length collaboration Bad Neighbor. Recording as Med & Blu & Madlib, the trio have created a zippy, fun showcase for their hometown scene and beyond. The album - due October 30 via MED's own Bang Ya Head - is full of cameos including Aloe Blacc, Mayer Hawthorne, Dâm-Funk, Odd Future's Hodgy Beats, AMG of "Bitch Betta Have My Money" fame, Phonte, Lootpack's DJ Romes, Oh No and Anderson.