12. "According to past articles" In response to Reply # 3
DoomStarks is not only fully complete, but has been complete for about 10 years going, correct? Pretty wild to think that is the case. I think there was an old Mass Appeal Magazine article that gave a good amount of detail on the project, and I believe this is pre-dating when Nas got involved with Mass Appeal.
"Sean sparks like John Starks, nah, Sean ball like John Wall" - Rest In Power Forever Sean Price.
Despite every reason to be skeptical of this I'ma just be the naive fanboy for now. I won't be shocked if DOOM isn't on every track and it's Deck, Eso, and other guests doing the heavy lifting, but if he can show up on like 50% of the tracks and is money each time I'll take that.
__ I don't like the beat anymore because its just a loop. ALC didn't FLIP IT ENOUGH!
Flip it enough? Flip these. Flip off. Go flip some f*cking burgers.(c)Kno
Allied State of the National Electric Beat Treaty Organization (NEBTO)
18. "dope. that is all n/m" In response to Reply # 0
#NP: C. Scott-'17 Trilogy, Kamasi-Harmony of Diff, T-Mart-Polyseeds, DOOM-(just revisiting all his shit), Ill Camille, Rapsody, new KRIT, Blue Note All-Stars-OPOV, Jeezy-Pressure, Miguel-W&L @LargesseMorlu
19. "The MF Doom HYPE hasn't died down yet?" In response to Reply # 0
Seriously, people still checking for dude and his sleepy wordplay yet?
It's like seeing "new song produced by J-Dilla" these days, when I see that I say to myself, "what beat-tape track they rappin' over now?" cause they hype or excitement of it is over, there is no more out there to unearth; same with Mf Doom, he doesn't excite me, his fans will eat it up like ice cream while I felt like I got frozen diet yogurt instead.