DOOM & Ghostface Killah Calls Dibbs On 2015’s Most Anticipated Album

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DOOM (f/k/a MF DOOM) and Ghostface Killah have both released albums in 2014. In the case of the latter, there’s both a solo (36 Seasons) and Wu-Tang Clan project, while DOOM teamed with Bishop Nehru (NehruvianDOOM). However, after more than eight years in waiting, the two ’90s Hip-Hop mainstays are back to work on the long-proposed DOOMstarks LP.

In a Reddit AMA Q&A session leading up to 36 Seasons, Ghost’ touted that in 2015, he and DOOM are planning to finally see their collaborative LP through. “Yes its coming out in 2015,” said the Staten Island MC. In the previous years, the pair has worked together on Ghostface’s Fishscale, DOOM’s Uninvited Guests, DangerDOOM’s The Mouse And The Mask, to the Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars compilation.

In 2005-2006, DOOMstarks was originally touted to be a Def Jam Left Records release, a subdivision of the label during Jay Z’s tenure. While DOOM never released an album under Def Jam, one of his other labels, Nature Sounds, teamed with Serato, to release a DOOMstarks single in 2011.

Is this now your most anticipated album of 2015?

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