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MF Doom and Czarface crew up for collaborative hip-hop

With the modern recognition of superhero films and studies, super-buddy crossovers, such as the Avengers and Justice League, are colloquial to anybody who doesn't are living below a rock. On Friday, the hip-hop equivalent released their first collaborative LP, Czarface Meets metal Face.

comprised of Wu-Tang member Inspectah Deck and hip hop duo Esoteric and 7L, Czarface meets underground icon MF Doom on their new joint album. together, the neighborhood resembles a team of superheros more than some other hip hop collective — between their obsession with comedian books and supervillain-esque interludes, there's adequate nerdom right here to start a native comic-Con. Czarface and Doom have equivalent styles, identifying a extra hardcore sound, glitchy and tough beats and most significantly, worldplay up the wazoo. Doom in certain is a legend amongst hip-hop heads for his lengthy discography, lack of public appearances and pioneering spirit, permitting for his recordings to take middle stage in place of his personality or politics. An album produced by these two instruments simply makes sense, and together they convey in expected style, fleshing out quirky and enjoyable songs that fall according to Doom's plethora of collaborations.

On a surface level, Czarface Meets steel Face generally is a moderate letdown. most of the album's beats comply with an identical path, as 7L opts for a rugged boom-bap style with which the three rappers all found their fame. First-time listeners may locate the trend fresh, but anyone who has ever listened to a Doom free up is appropriate in their consolation zone on this venture.

Kicking things off with a skit and diving into their first track collectively, Inspectah Deck units the tone, rapping, "Yo, bombageddon, tough head descendants, Jarhead in the trenches, Scarhead's relentless." He steals the exhibit from both Doom and Esoteric, combining self-mindful lyrics with inter-bar rhymes that individuals have come to expect.

because the album rolls along, the rappers change moments, with Doom triumphing because the standout MC on "Phantoms" and Esoteric confidently throwing his hat within the ring with "Badness of madness." trading blows, the trio promises lyrically every thing listeners predict, but as as the album meanders onto its 2d half, it becomes evident that Czarface + Doom might be a one-trick pony.

Taken as particular person items, tracks equivalent to "Stun Gun" and "Captain Brunch" stand amongst one of the vital choicest on Czarface Meets metal Face, however when considered as items of an entire, the songs blend in and get lost within the checklist's uniform sound. beyond the floor novelty of this album, there isn't an awful lot other than a regular MF Doom collaboration.

Yet, although it's now not a progressive piece of artwork, Czarface Meets metallic Face nonetheless stands its own in Doom's expansive collaborative discography. given that the titan of business seems set on in no way releasing one more solo album, fans have to take what they get — in this case, it's a relatively expected LP with Czarface. And when all is declared and carried out, Czarface Meets steel Face is a fun reminder of precisely why so many individuals observe MF Doom from project to assignment. It gained't shock you with introspective and political lyrics or artistic beats, but it surely's whatever thing to turn to and get your fix.

rating: 5/10


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