NehruvianDOOM

Masked underground-rap fixture DOOM recently teamed up with the young New York rapper Bishop Nehru to record the new collaborative album NehruvianDOOM, and first single “Darkness (HBU)” featured Nehru rapping over an old DOOM beat. It seemed possible, after hearing that, that DOOM’s actual involvement in the album would be minimal. But “Om,” the latest track that the duo has shared, at least hints that DOOM will be on it more. The track features a rapped hook from DOOM, though Nehru still does all the verses, and it’s cluttered and circusy beat is the sort of oblique weirdness that DOOM helped bring into the rap underground in the first place. Listen to the track and check out the album’s tracklist below.

TRACKLIST:
01 “Intro”
02 “Om”
03 “Mean The Most”
04 “So Alone”
05 “Coming For You”
06 “Darkness (HBU)”
07 “Caskets”
08 “Great Things”
09 “Disastrous”
(via Pitchfork)

NehruvianDOOM is out 9/23 on Lex/Noizy Cricket!!

Comments (2)
  1. This marriage is about as perfect as it gets.

  2. Woooooo this is dope.

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