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).
Pass the mic like "Pass the peas like they used to say" Some M-er F-ers don't like how Sally walk I'll tell y'all fools it's hella cool how ladies from Cali talk Never let her interfere with the Yeti ghetto slang Nicknames of nimble and tip of nipple metal fang Known amongst hoes. for the bang-bang Known amongst foes for flow without no talking orangutans Only gin and Tang Guzzled out a rusty tin can, me and this mic is like yin and yang Clang! Crime don't pay, listen, youth It's like me holding up the line at the kissing booth I took.
Main genre: Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Contains samples of 1 song. Multiple Elements Soul, Funk, Disco.
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I sell rhymes like dimes The one who mostly keep cash but brag about the broker times Better rhymes make for better songs and that is not If you got a lot of what it takes just to get along. Surrender now or suffer serious setbacks Got get back, connects wetback, get stacks Even if you gots to get jet-black, head to toe To get the dough, battle for bottles of Mo or dro. This rhyme flow take practice like Tae Bo Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim.
DOOM - Born Like This (2009). Naming your album after a Charles Bukowski passage is a quick way to let people know that it’s time to get serious. If Kuffs could feel cold at times, Born Like This feels downright bitter, with DOOM painting exclusively with the greens and greys that make up his costume. His flexes sound more vigorous ( Rhymes Like Dimes ), his streams of consciousness threaded with more conviction ( Gas Drawls ) and the concept of the rise and fall of a real-life supervillain fully formed. DOOM’s vintage wizardry behind the boards only adds saturated grit and color to a world of greenbacks and renewed purpose. The patchwork skits throughout tell just as much of a story as the rhymes themselves do. He ended his run in KMD as a man lost in the ether of young adulthood and emerged as a lyrical despot who staked his claim to underground legend and cashed it in.
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