This seems to be what he was referring to when he said something was coming “soon.”
Last week, MF DOOM surfaced on Twitter and Instagram to share a teaser video. The video featured the link to DOOM’s website and was captioned with an hourglass emoji that’s followed by the word “soon.”
Well, it seems what the enigmatic rapper was referring to was new merchandise that includes everything from hoodies and t-shirts to CDs and vinyl.
So far, the only items sold out include limited edition vinyl of Operation: Doomsday, vinyl of MA DOOM’s Son of Yvonne (a collaboration between DOOM and Masta Ace), and vinyl of “Curls” and “All Caps,” two of the tracks from DOOM and Madlib’s seminal Madvillainy album.
The merchandise can be viewed here.
DOOM was in headlines a few weeks ago after Freddie Gibbs said that he could outrap the enigmatic villain.
“I’m a competitive guy and I know DOOM can’t rap as good as me at all. He can’t rap like this, fam. He made a good project,” Gibbs said while speaking with Peter Rosenberg for an episode of Real Late!
“That’s MF Doom, bro. He’s an icon,” Rosenberg replied.
“I don’t care…I was like, ‘I can rap better than this dude but can I make a better album than him.’ That was my focus,” Gibbs responded. “I gotta make something as great as he made.”