MF DOOM och Madlibs “Madvillainy”-uppföljare kan släppas postumt


 

 

På nyårsafton kom beskedet att rapparen och producenten Daniel “MF DOOM” Dumile avlidit under hösten. Därefter har hyllningarna flödat i sociala medier, då hans skapande sedan 1990-talet inspirerat flera generationer av musiker. Ett av DOOM:s mest uppskattade verk kom att bli Madlib-samarbetet “Madvillainy” som släpptes 2004 via Stones Throw Records. Nu avslöjar Peanut Butter Wolf att uppföljaren spelades in under slutet av 2000-talet och fanns nästintill färdigställd 2009. I Cipha Sounds och Peter Rosenbergs podcast “Juan Ep Is Dead” berättade Stones Throw-grundaren om varför projektet försenades, citerad av HiphopDX:

 

“Madvillain 2, DOOM was always telling me, ‘Oh, I’m 85 percent done’ — that was always the magic number, and I was like, ‘This is cool’. He basically sent us 11 tracks in 2009 and I was ready to try to just finish it up at that point, and it was always like, just wait for a few more songs, wait for a few more songs, then tracks would start being on other albums. I got a little frustrated, and I was just like, ‘Well, it’s gonna happen when it happens. I don’t wanna be the guy to force creativity or any of that.”

 

 

Stones Throw uppges äga rättigheterna till materialet och nu förs diskussioner med MF DOOM:s manageent om “Madvillainy 2” ska släppas:

 

“So you know, I don’t know what we’re gonna do with those tracks. We were talking to DOOM’s manager Saadiq and Saadiq was basically all with the idea, but we haven’t worked everything out or whatever. I always have weird feelings about doing things after someone passed away.”

 

 

Peanut Butter Wolf berättade även om relationen till MF DOOM:

 

“I was always in contact with DOOM. The relationship with the guy was like, he was just really a nice guy. I don’t know, I mean he was super cool. Living with him was like, he was also very kinda quiet, so people hung on every word, and Madlib’s similar, so having them live in the same house was the only way that album got finished.”

 

 

 

 

 

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