The other week we were treated to the first single from BADBADNOTGOOD and Ghostface Killah's upcoming collaborative album, Sour Soul, with "Ray Gun." If that wasn't enough, the cut also featured DOOM on it.
New York's Bishop Nehru is someone who needs to be on your radar, and not just because he's one of the first MCs Nas signed to his new Mass Appeal imprint.
Noisey goes behind-the-scenes of a video shoot for a new JJ DOOM track called 'Bookhead,' shot in London and directed by street artist and frequent DOOM collaborator Steve 'ESPO' Powers. The track and video premiere later this week.
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