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Mos Def Performs Madvillain’s “Accordion”

“Just keep an eye out, like ‘Aye aye Captain!'”

Mos Def performed “Accordion” from Madvillainy at that now infamous Chicago show were a MF DOOM doppelganger was running rampant.

UPDATE ON MOSDOOM CHICAGO – THE PROMOTER SPEAKS [Idol Threat]

By the way; “Living off borrowed time the clock ticks faster,” is one of the illest rhyme openers ever. [Peeped at Stones Throw]

As good a reason as any to post the official vid below.

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Mos Def is MF DOOM Fan – Vol. 2

DOOM x Village Voice

February 16, 2010 Posted by | Freshness, Hip-Hop, Music, News | , , , , , , | 2 Comments

DOOM – Unexpected Guests Trailer (Video)

Usually can’t stand “trailers” or “previews” but the Super Villain gets a pass.

Unexpected Guests is due November 10th via Gold Dust and features album cuts and rarities, sequenced by DOOM himself.

But really, DOOM diehards will have these selections in their collections, or at least heard them. Still, it’s a good way for those late to the Metal Face fold to play catch up, and have Mr. Dumile collect another check.

Tracklist, album cover and KMD’s “Peachfuzz” below.

Tracklist:
01 FLY THAT KNOT TALIB KWELI FEAT. DOOM
02 SNIPER ELITE J DILLA & DOOM
03 YIKES SCIENZ OF LIFE FEAT. DOOM
04 SORCERERS K.M.D.
05 DA SUPAFRIENDZ VAST AIRE FEAT. DOOM
06 QUITE BUTTERY COUNT BASS D FEAT. DOOM
07 ? DOOM FEAT. KURIOUS
08 ALL OUTTA ALE THE PROF FEAT. DOOM
09 E.N.Y. HOUSE MASTA KILLA
10 BELL OF DOOM THE PROF FEAT. DOOM
11 MY FAVORITE LADIES DOOM
12 STREET CORNERS (DOOM REMIX) MASTA KILLA, INSPECTAH DECK & GZA
13 ANGELS DOOM & GHOSTFACE
14 FIRE WOOD DRUMSTYKX J DILLA & DOOM
15 THE UNEXPECTED BABU FEAT. DOOM AND SEAN PRICE
16 PROJECT JAZZ HELL RAZAH, TALIB KWELI & VIKTOR VAUGHN
17 BLACK GOLD JOHN ROBINSON

BONUS TRACK
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October 19, 2009 Posted by | Freshness, Hip-Hop, Music, News | , , , , , | 2 Comments

Mos Def is MF DOOM Fan – Vol. 2

Black Dante recites Zev Love X’s verse from “Meat Grinder,” with assistance from the Supervillain. Further vidence that a DOOM and Mighty Mos Def album is so profoundly necessary. [Spotted via Stone Throw’s twitter, via Frolab.com]

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The Mask of Doom [The New Yorker]

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September 28, 2009 Posted by | Freshness, Hip-Hop, Music, News, Random | , , , , | 1 Comment