Monday, August 7, 2017


Adult Swim 2017 MF DOOM Album Missing Notebook Rhymes - 3910252
It has been several years since hip-hop heads have been able to listen to a proper, fully-formed studio album from MF DOOM; loose cuts and collaborative projects have emerged but a new solo LP has remained elusive. Courtesy of Adult Swim, it looks like a treasure trove of new DOOM music will be bumping out of your speakers soon.
As revealed by AS vice president and creative director Jason DeMarco, the Cartoon Network outfit has plans to drop a new MF DOOM track every single week for the next 15 weeks. Known as The Missing Notebook Rhymes, the collection of unreleased DOOM songs will begin to produce new releases as of today, August 7. Our first listen of Adult Swim and DOOM’s new campaign is the Sean Price-assisted “Negus,” which you can check out below; this particular record comes to us courtesy of Sean P’s posthumous album Imperius Rex.
MF DOOM and Sean Price’s “Negus” is available for streaming below, while the latter emcee’s upcoming LP is set to arrive tomorrow, August 8. Eager fans can check back next week for more unreleased DOOM; in the meantime, check out the June offering from Danger Mouse and the masked villain’s Dangerdoom project.

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2D Turns 3D in Gorillaz's Boogie-Filled "Strobelite" Music Video

Gorillaz has just released an official music video for “Strobelite” — a track from their most-recent Humanz album. Jamie Hewlett’s iconic illustrations of the virtual band come to life in a slew of neon-filled sequences. The three-minute clip directed by Raoul Skinbeck predominantly features 2D and Noodle dancing harmoniously to the sweet vocals of Peven Everett. Not to mention, the ever-sly Murdoc Niccals also makes an appearance, but Russell Hobbs is nowhere to be found.
Accompanying the video release, the band has also confirmed two new remixes, “Strobelite” by Kaytranada to drop on August 18 alongside a dancehall version of “Saturnz Barz” by Cadenza. Check out the music video above and let us know your thoughts.
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Big Boi Releases a Sweet Video for His Latest Single "Chocolate"

After releasing a heist-inspired video for “Chase Me,” Big Boi recently dropped a decadent video for his latest single “Chocolate” off Boomiverse. The NSFW video begins with chauffeur Big Boi driving a group of women to a video shoot after a quick cut the upbeat track picks up. A kaleidoscope effect is seen throughout the visual as chocolate, pugs, football players and women come in flashes. Check out the video for “Chocolate” above and let us know what you think.

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