Posted 31 July 2015 - 10:53 PM
Just an interview where Q-Tip mentions DOOM as an artist.
Nothing in this but was interesting for me, as I have said in the past that I think Tip is this 'New York producer, and it's not Premo' that DOOM says he is making an album with.
Posted Yesterday, 07:00 AM
Now it seems a decent scenario as the two are from a similar school and it is enjoyable to get that KMD DOOM that is like a ghost that has never left. I'd love to hear DOOM ridicule the state of modern humanity bringing hip-hop back to the CLASSroom. But, who knows-maybe he's amassed toouch fortune to care, anymore about unleashing a villainous attack upon the ugliness of society.
I don't want to dredge up the past, but it was just last night that a biracial friend quoted the illest jam on Midnight Marauders to express his sadness at what was going on with the world. Then I realized that Qtip likely produced the cut which schematically is different than and more innovative than any song that came after it...
Its strange to hear Qtip discuss hip hop at this point bc all he makes is pop music. I've heard him on two "house/pop projects", but no hip hop since Reneissance which didn't do anything for me, personally.
Qtip, instead of letting the music speak for itself tries hard to legitimize hip hop particularly terrible non-NY stuff, which makes me wonder about those old rumors about him being a bit-we'll just say "sensitive".
The writer for Complex is terrible by the way. It sounds worse than bubble gum magazines from the old days.
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Posted Yesterday, 07:26 PM
this isn't the first time this has happened. there must be some clause in DOOM's contracts that stipulates he'll get paid anyway if he has to cancel for a medical reason.
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Posted Today, 01:43 AM
Then I realized that Qtip likely produced the cut which schematically is different than and more innovative than any song that came after it...
I mean Lyrics to Go is a 3-bar loop with no bassline, so that cut has to be the most innovative on the record..
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