So, The Doom mythology continues with "Born Like This". I'm going to start this off and say I do not believe that this is one of Doom's best offerings. I like Doom putting his tyrannical iron hand on solo tracks over him going bar for bar with other MCs because I believe that the rpm of how he delivers his poetry (as well as his syntax) does not match up to the styles of those that he allows to hop on the track with him in Castle Doom, Latveria. The album maintains a really high standard throughout, with some amazingly inventive tracks. Standout tracks are perhaps the explosive "Gazzillion Ear" (sampling J Dilla), the astro-sounding "Absolutely", which details the intelligence and subtlety of his lyrical prowess (a Madlib production), and the relentlessly pumping comedic track "Microwave Mayo".
Rhymes Like Dimes" (featuring Cucumber Slice). 04. "The Finest" (featuring Tommy Gunn). 05. "Back In The Days (skit)". MF Doom - Born Like This. Born Like This: Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums April 11, 2009". Retrieved November 9, 2018. Peaks on the Billboard Top Rap Albums: "Born Like This: Top Rap Albums April 11, 2009".
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Stream BORN LIKE THIS, a playlist by MF Doom from desktop or your mobile device. Follow MF Doom and others on SoundCloud. 1. SUPERVILLAIN (INTRO).
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Born Like This is an album by American hip hop artist MF DOOM, released under the shortened pseudonym DOOM on Lex Records on March 24, 2009. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Born Like This is an album by American hip hop artist MF DOOM, released under the shortened pseudonym DOOM on Lex Records on March 24, 2009.
The artist just dropped his latest collection Born Like This – and we have it here for you to check out! DOOM, MF Doom's new collection includes 17 tracks on 1 disc(s) with total runtime of 40:29
Born Like This is extremely solid, but it feels like this is where DOOM starts to fall into a pattern, as despite some definite highlights and many genuinely great songs, the album fails to break much, if any new ground. This feels like a more laid back DOOM project, yet it is also his darkest and perhaps most villainous effort to date! Some of DOOM's best tracks show up here and adds a lot to the record. I love this album, even if it's not one of my top-tier DOOM albums. I still think it's underappreciated.
The album, Born Like This, is a refreshing reminder of what DOOM is capable of when he’s on. Gazillion Ear finds DOOM sounding as fired up as ever, spitting high-speed couplets over a rolling funky, jazzy sample courtesy of the late J Dilla. He spits verse about the sickest ninja injury this century on the fun, string-laden That’s That, and between silly board game jingle samples on Lightworks, DOOM lays down the challenge that any street corner could be the platform. As many highlights as there are on Born Like This, the album’s ratio of filler to fire is higher than it should be. Microwave Mayo and More Rhymin’ sound surprisingly unfinished, and un-fleshed out, even for a rapper who perfected the art of the two-minute abstract jam. The Ghostface collaboration Angelz lacks the fluid chemistry and fun that the duo have shown on past tracks such as Underwater or The Mask.