DOOM Has Never Rocked On A Beat Like This…Attacking The Mic In The Wild (Audio)

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Flying Lotus goes from one extreme to another. Just over 24 hours after premiering his “GTA V” track with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s Krayzie Bone, FlyLo unveils another first-person video game inclusion (care of Fader), this time with DOOM.

The man formerly known as MF DOOM (known as Zevlove X before that, still) keeps time with Lotus’ up-tempo track, a strong departure from the dusty, ’70s Jazz and ’80s R&B samples that the masked villain frequently favors, whether he’s supplying the sounds, or Madlib, or Dangermouse.

“Masquatch” has a cool title and that liquid-like flow from the MC veteran revered in the highest by multiple generations of Heads. DOOM’s vocals play the part of a super-strong beast in the woods, attacking the mic and his prey with equal velocity.


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