MF DOOM & Bishop Nehru Drop Some Dopeness In The Darkness (Video)

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Out of sheer “Darkness,” NehruvianDOOM arrives. The collaborative project between emerging voice Bishop Nehru and 25-year Hip-Hop veteran MF DOOM (who mostly goes by DOOM these days, though not exclusively) is growing closer. With DOOM presumably on the boards (if you can call the four-track-style adopted by the longtime KMD front-man a studio sound), Nehru kicks his essay. Heads can hear the connection between the two, as Bishop brings honest rhymes about survival, success, and a healthy distrust of his surroundings. The sepia video even features some “Buggin’ Out”-style googly eyes, only adding to the nostalgic feel:

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