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Wiz Khalifa might’ve gotten brolic practicing how to kick ass MMA style but ultimately he’s more a lover than a fighter.
He states as much in his Swae Lee assisted visuals to “Hopeless Romantic” in which the mixed martial artist emcee finds himself lamping in a land comprised of naked women. Talk about the land of milk and honey.
You can now count MF Doom amongst Kanye West’s rap peers who ain’t too pleased about his “MAGA” manner of thinking. For the animated visuals to DJ Muggs and MF Doom’s “Assassination Day,” the two imagine how the shooting of a 2020 Presidential candidate Kanye “MAGA” West would play out. Coooold blooded!
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Dave East featuring BlocBoy JB, Bow Wow, and more.
WIZ KHALIFA FT. SWAE LEE – “HOPELESS ROMANTIC”
DJ MUGGS & MF DOOM – “ASSASSINATION DAY”
DAVE EAST FT. BLOCBOY JB – “NO STYLIST”
BOW WOW – “THEY THINK I’M CRAZY”
ROSEWOOD BAPE – “MONOPOLY”
CMDWN FT. CHIEF KEEF & CA$ TRO GUAPO – “ROXANNE”
FATHER FT. ABRA – “LOTTO”
DANDILA – “RED EYE TO NELLYVILLE”
KAZZE FT. DREEZY – “GOING NO WHERE”
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After months of teasing a collaboration DJ Muggs and MF Doom finally released their Freddie Gibbs duet cut “Death Wish” and now we get treated with an animated visual for the track.
Though it would’ve been doper to see the OG Hip-Hop producer alongside the OG MC but the dark ominous animation still perfectly captures the mood for the song and who amongst us doesn’t appreciate an adult cartoon?
Back in the real world Bodega Bamz pay homage to Hip-Hop legend Big Pun, Fat Joe and the Terror Squad in his clip to “Terror.”
Check out the rest of todays drops including work from Chloe & Halle featuring Joey Bada$ $ , Mad Skillz, and more.
DJ MUGGS & MF DOOM FT. FREDDIE GIBBS – “DEATH WISH”
BODEGA BAMZ – “TERROR”
CHLOE & HALLE FT. JOEY BADA$ $ – “HAPPY WITHOUT ME”
MAD SKILLZ – “IN A MINUTE”
TRIZZ FT. KING ISO – “BACKWARDS”
VALEE FT. JEREMIH – “WOMP WOMP”
PROF – “LIGHT WORK”
Microsoft left gamers salivating after their impressive showing, now it’s Bethesda’s turn to show us what they have in store for the rest of 2018 going into 2019.
Bethesda came into E3 with folks already talking about their upcoming titles Fallout 76 and Rage 2. If you think that was all the company had to offer in the form of big news at this year’s conference you were sadly mistaken. On top of those two highly-anticipated titles, they also announced a Doom sequel, a new Elder Scrolls game Wolfenstein spinoff, plus a tease of a new franchise called Starfield.
So let’s break down the most significant announcements.
Fans of the Fallout franchise expecting to get a typical Fallout experience with this new game were definitely thrown for a loop. Fallout 76 can be enjoyed solo, but according to Bethesda’s director Todd Howard this game will be played “entirely online.” Survival is the game’s central aspect, and every human you meet in this game will be an actual human being in real life.
When you play Fallout 76, you will be interacting with dozens of other players around the world and can even utilize nukes to take out rivals. Your reward for unleashing the power of the atom is a high-level zone with rare and valuable resources. Be careful though because with that comes baddies as a direct result of your action. Along with a peek at the new gameplay limited edition collectibles. Bethesda always comes correct when it comes to producing real-life versions of items from the games this year is no different. Like Fallout 4’s working limited edition Pip-Boy you can now also purchase the Power Armor Edition that comes with a fully functional helmet and tons of other goodies.
Fallout 76 looks as if hopes to lure in new players to franchise with this sort of new fresh take on the game. We are definitely more intrigued after seeing what the game has to offer. Fallout 76 launches on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on November 14, 2018.
MF Doom hasn’t appeared as himself in a video in ages and unfortunately that doesn’t seem like it’s going to change anytime soon.
Going with the old school Saturday morning cartoon route for the visuals to “Meddle With Metal,” MF Doom and Czarface’s characters do battle with an army of soldiers at a sacred temple in the middle of nowhere.
Fredro Starr meanwhile gets out of New York and travels south of the boarder to meet his plug and get that work in the clip to “South America.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kali Uchis, Locksmith, and more.
MF DOOM & CZARFACE – “MEDDLE WITH METAL”
FREDRO STARR – “SOUTH AMERICA”
KALI UCHIS – “GET UP”
LOCKSMITH – “LOUDER”
ERIC BILLINGER FT. DOM KENNEDY – “MAIN THANG”
MACK 11 FT. HOODRICH PABLO JUAN – “JUICE HOODMIX”
ELLA MAI – “BOO’D UP”
STRO – “BEWARE”
EVER FT. Q DA FOOL & FAT TREL – “CHOPPA OUT”
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MF DOOM, true to the persona of the character he embodies, isn’t much for social media or even public appearances. Today on Instagram (Dec. 18), the rapper born Daniel Dumile reappeared online to share a moving post mourning the loss of his 14-year-old son.
“KING MALACHI EZEKIEL DUMILE 2/22/03 – 12/18/17 THE GREATEST SON ONE COULD ASK FOR. SAFE JOURNEY AND MAY ALL OUR ANCESTORS GREET YOU WITH OPEN ARMS. ONE OF OUR GREATEST INSPIRATIONS. THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING US TO BE YOUR PARENTS. LOVE YOU MALI,” DOOM wrote early this evening in a caption bearing his young son’s photo.
Prior to this posting, DOOM last shared a message via Instagram in November.
We offer our sincerest condolences to the Dumile family.
Hip-Hop fans are certainly rejoicing after news leaked earlier today that the masked supervillain himself DOOM and Griselda Records’ Westside Gunn are joining forces for a new collaborative project. Titled WESTSIDEDOOM, the project’s production will be handled by West Coast crate digger Alchemist, and Grisdela’s beatsmith, Daringer.
“Well since @hypebeastmusic let the secret out the bag I Can tell u it’s official WESTSIDEDOOM is here prod by ALCHEMIST & DARINGER this is one of the illest projects I’ve ever heard when u think ART, this is it the RAWEST, FLYEST, GRIMIEST shit you’ve ever heard IN YA LIFE wats dope than FLYGOD & DOOM spread the gospel the day is soon cometh,” Westside Gunn wrote on Instagram regarding the impending project, complete with the appropriate emojis.
Hypebest Music pushed out the preview of the new duo’s track “Gorilla Monsoon” that will apparently be featured on the project. A release date was not announced but if the preview is any indication, there is a lot of heat to look forward to.
Well since @hypebeastmusic let the secret out the bag I Can tell u it's official WESTSIDEDOOM is here prod by ALCHEMIST & DARINGER this is one of the illest projects I've ever heard when u think ART, this is it the RAWEST, FLYEST, GRIMIEST shit you've ever heard IN YA LIFE wats dope than FLYGOD & DOOM 🤔 spread the gospel the day is soon cometh 🙏🏽🙏🏽 #FLYGOD #MFDOOM #WESTSIDEDOOM #HYPEBEAST #ART #VILLIAN #SUPERHERO #HIPHOP #LEGEND #CLASSIC #GXFR IM BAAAAAAK!!!!! #CULTUREWRAP ARTWORK BY @bnardartwork
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Rap’s masked villain drops the first single from KMD’s third album — and first in 25 years — Crack In Time.
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Any time Madlib and Doom make it to a track together, you know something special has happened aka the stars have aligned for nothing but dopeness to occur. Combine longtime underground threat Blu and you have a really dope song that might last beyond the end of this year which seems rare nowadays.
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Gameplay snippets from Bethesda’s E3 2015 Press Conference make up this tantalizing gorefest.
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A glimpse at the multiplayer mode of DOOM, announced at E3 2015 during Bethesda’s Press Conference.
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Although everyone is going to be talking about Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in a couple of weeks, 20th Century Fox is making more power moves by rebooting the Fantastic Four franchise. In an epic new trailer, the superpowered quartet gets introduced one by one, and the clip also features an appearance from their chief nemesis, Doctor Doom.
Director Josh Trank’s update takes a new twist on the Fantastic Four of old. In this incarnation, Reed Richards, played by Miles Teller, is a bit younger than the earlier comic and movie versions of Mr. Fantastic. Rounding out the cast is Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman played by Kate Mara, her brother Johnny Storm/The Human Torch played by Michael B. Jordan, and Ben Grimm/The Thing played by Jamie Bell.
As can be seen from the trailer, the gang is slapped together by Dr. Franklin Storm, played by Reg E. Cathey, and that’s just about all one can truly surmise. Richards is some sort of wunderkind who leads the three others on a mission to open up a dimensional portal. While in this realm, the four are transformed from normal human beings to something a bit more, ahem, fantastic.
Longtime fans of the franchise know that Victor Von Doom is the alter-ego of Doctor Doom, but there may be a switch in the character in this version. A supposedly leaked script paints the villain as a computer programmer who goes by the name Doom. Other twists include Johnny Storm being played by a Black man when traditionally he’s been a cocky white guy.
But enough about our speculations and thoughts. Check out the epic Fantastic Four trailer in the clip below. You’ll have to wait until August 7 to see the movie in full, however. Bummer.
Also, in a perfect world, the mysterious MF DOOM makes an appearance on the film’s soundtrack.
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The veteran producer also speaks about the closing of his longtime recording space D&D studios.