He’s captivated a die-hard following of fans—and they’ve never seen the man behind the mask. Hip-hop’s favorite villain, DOOM (formerly MF DOOM), has been revered as a trailblazing icon of the culture—a jack of all trades that pioneered an indie hip-hop revolution. Devoid of social media and the trappings of fame, DOOM rules his kingdom from afar—biding his time and waiting for the perfect time to feed his fans with his newest releases. The notoriously reclusive artist has finally stepped from behind the shadows to work with The Hundreds for a new capsule collection that celebrates the genius of hip-hop’s greatest antagonist.
Working closely with the man himself, The Hundreds X DOOM serves as a reminder of how powerful the DOOM iconography is—as it features his signature MASK, DOOM, and Villy graphics. So stoked that two of our favorites teamed up on this one and we get to stock this. Get some on inflammable.com!
Also If you’re a fan, you already know that MF Doom isn’t only a killer emcee but also a very talented producer with strong sampling skills. In anticipation of the THE HUNDREDS X DOOM collaboration, the editorial team of our californian friends has put together a list of the best storytelling samples from the super villain. Take a look on thehundreds.com!