MF DOOM Plots His 2016 Return From A Villain’s Island Lair (Video)

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Earlier this week, DOOM (a/k/a MF DOOM) appeared alongside Phonte, DJ Premier, Royce Da 5’9″ and Adrian Younge on PRhyme’s “Highs and Lows.” The veteran MC and onetime front man for KMD has kept a comparatively low profile to his mid-2000s resurgence. It has been more than six years since the masked villain released Born Like This. In that time, the MC/producer has worked with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood, Cannibal Ox, and Earl Sweatshirt, among others.

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In a new video exclusive for Hypetrak, DOOM revealed that he is planning for a prolific 2016. Reportedly filmed off the shores of a Cuban island, the former Fondle ‘Em Records artist made a proclamation: “I got a lot of good shit coming up this year. I know I’ve been off y’all’s scope for awhile because I’ve been in the cut. I’ve been healing and resting up and shit,” revealed the 25-plus-year vet. “[I have been] getting ready to fuck y’all up.” The visual also captures the man born Daniel Dumile boating, swimming, and driving, in addition to smoking cigars and surfing YouTube.

DOOM made a similar video in the tropical isle following the August death of 1990s New York City Rap peer Sean Price.

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