DOOM makes his annual appearance quota.
Outside of random appearances on tracks with Busta Rhymes and BJ the Chicago Kid (“In The Streets“), The Avalanches and Danny Brown (“Frankie Sinatra“), Kool Keith (“Super Hero“), and alongside Phonte on Royce 5’9” and DJ Premier’s PRhyme album (“Highs & Lows“), MF DOOM has remained silent — but that’s nothing new.
Today, on what would’ve been J Dilla’s 43rd birthday, the masked villain resurfaces — on the same boat he said farewell to Sean Price on a year and a half ago — to salute the legendary producer.
Dilla Dawg, forever.
Before Dilla passed, he and DOOM had plans to record a project together. Unfortunately, all we’ve got from the two is “Sniper Elite” — which DOOM recorded over Dilla’s “Anti-American Graffitti” from his Donuts album.