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DOOMSTARKS (Ghostface Killah x MF Doom) – Victory Lap (Madlib Remix) (Radio Rip)

FINALLY, we get some evidence that the Ghost x DOOM project actually exists. Rosenberg debuted this cut on his show last night, but it will be available for purchase on iTunes later in the month, and more interstingly, will be available on the limited edition red casette tape that you see up top. That’s right, a cassette tape. No word on whether or not it will include operational instructions for the uninitiated.

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Previously: Ghostface Killah ft. Action Bronson & Termanology – Meteor Hammer


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24 Responses to “DOOMSTARKS (Ghostface Killah x MF Doom) – Victory Lap (Madlib Remix) (Radio Rip)”

  1. nation Says:

    what’s that

  2. mcb Says:

    nation Says:

    July 11th, 2011 at 10:49 am
    what’s that

    ^^^
    a good post

  3. mcb Says:

    Fans have been waiting for over 5 years for the collaboration between DOOM and Ghostface, and we’re now proud to announce the first official offerings from that collaboration. First we’re going old-school with a limited-edition cassette single, featuring the brand new DOOMSTARKS track “Victory Laps (Madvillainz Remix)” – produced by DOOM and Madlib! The collectible transparent red tape is now shipping. For the vinyl junkies, collectors, and digital DJs out there, we’ve also got a special DOOMSTARKS serato 12″. One side features the original “Victory Laps”, the Madvillainz Remix, and the instrumentals to both versions. The other side features a Serato tone, so you can use it to spin tracks from a laptop with the popular Rane Serato Scratch Live software. In addition, the vinyl will be a picture-disc, with FULL-COLOR GRAPHICS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE VINYL, making it a must-have for collectors. Run will be limited, so pre-order now! Shipping 8/30.

  4. JihaD Says:

    Deen Says:
    July 11th, 2011 at 10:49 am
    Why do you think most new artists come in with one or two producers– those dudes give the artists the beats for free hoping to be there if the artist gets big.

    ^^^

    From an artistic standpoint, I kinda like this shit. That said, I feel for the producers that have to give work away on some potential type shit. But I’ll be damned if it doesn’t make for more cohesive projects.

    ^

    Thats great if the artists are serious and looking to make moves, but too many aren’t. And when people say “oh thats dope” but they don’t support in other ways?

    Sheesh.

    *daps MCB*

    Lifestyle Music EP coming soon >>>

    JihaD

  5. Black Says:

    All artists are coming out of pocket– studio time, mixing, mastering, artwork. All that shit adds up. Now that mixtapes are DEAD and you are officially making EPs or LPs, it gets even higher, especially if you want to compete with the artist who has a budget.

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    LOL that shit is horrible. I will say that if thats what it takes to get on then major labels are really obsolete. i basically have to be a superstar in order to get a deal through my own hardwork/time/money? Why the fuck would anybody wanna slice up the proceeds from that with a label?

  6. mcb Says:

    *daps Jihad*

    lemme know when that drops.

  7. koa29 Says:

    wale x j.cole “bad girls club” >>> (II)

  8. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    casette tape
    ^
    senior citizen swag

  9. Tong Po Flo Says:

    a good post

    ^ Fo sho!

  10. Black Says:

    Thats great if the artists are serious and looking to make moves, but too many aren’t. And when people say “oh thats dope” but they don’t support in other ways?

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    I think that it will lead to more groups like a Gangstarr. I mean realistically thats what 40 & drake are, with Boi 1da and a cpl others thrown in.

  11. mcb Says:

    cosign on cohesion

    it only goes so far, and for some artists, but id hate to see rap become a somewhat random array of producers and artists that dont understand the concept of making a fluent album, one that connects and is something whole

  12. JihaD Says:

    Black Says:
    July 11th, 2011 at 10:51 am
    All artists are coming out of pocket– studio time, mixing, mastering, artwork. All that shit adds up. Now that mixtapes are DEAD and you are officially making EPs or LPs, it gets even higher, especially if you want to compete with the artist who has a budget.

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    LOL that shit is horrible. I will say that if thats what it takes to get on then major labels are really obsolete. i basically have to be a superstar in order to get a deal through my own hardwork/time/money? Why the fuck would anybody wanna slice up the proceeds from that with a label?

    ^

    Yep. A good independent label (or local d-boy) who can provide you with a decent budget, a good manager who can find and book tours, and the drive to go out and push your product–> you can make a GREAT living off that if your able to develop a fanbase.

    That being said, too many rappers are still chasing that “brass ring” of the Major label, with the big budget video, sitting in the million dollar studio working on 1 song for 20 hours, going to BET and MTV and shit.

    And now labels are taking money out of ALL your pockets- tour, merchandise, etc. You used to be able to keep that bread.

    JihaD

  13. Remixznflow Says:

    whats good?

  14. mcb Says:

    I think that it will lead to more groups like a Gangstarr.
    ^^^
    maybe a ALCxMOBB type situation, not as permanent but consistent.

    i like the idea of a producer and rapper working together to make it.

  15. JihaD Says:

    Black Says:
    July 11th, 2011 at 10:55 am
    Thats great if the artists are serious and looking to make moves, but too many aren’t. And when people say “oh thats dope” but they don’t support in other ways?

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    I think that it will lead to more groups like a Gangstarr. I mean realistically thats what 40 & drake are, with Boi 1da and a cpl others thrown in.

    ^

    Yea, I mean you will always have the KRITS and Coles who are producer/rappers, but my point was directed more at the people with their faux support for artists.

    JihaD

  16. S.I.C.K Says:

    This shit is DOPE DOPE DOPE!!!!!!!!!! Set my morning off right.

    *ebert faced up rocking back and forth*

  17. mcb Says:

    and yeah this is ill

  18. Deen Says:

    We need more groups in the game – especially from a production/rapper perspective. It’ll lead to better music.

  19. Tron Stockton Says:

    WOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

    *stans*

    *vanishes in a cloud of smoke*

  20. JihaD Says:

    “They’re really unsanctioned albums,” explained Consequence, who’s managed to both turn a profit and remain popular by dropping three times as many mixtapes as retail albums. “Without having to deal with the red tape, you get collaborations like ‘Childish Games’ with me and Asher Roth. You get ‘V.I.P.’ with me, Mac [Miller] and Diggy [Simmons].”

    In return for ducking sample and feature clearances, emcees like Consequence can usually lock down an official mixtape sponsor to offset their production costs. Add in the lack of packaging and shipping costs and red tape from the label, and you end up with the ability to give fans a free download. And if you really want to test how much fans want your material, giving it to them for free is a pretty good barometer. From an artist’s perspective, a successful mixtape can serve as a prequel to an album by building fan’s anticipation and drawing the attention of a major label.

    ^

    The “mixtape as album”

    JihaD

  21. Black Says:

    We need more groups in the game – especially from a production/rapper perspective. It’ll lead to better music.

    ^^^^^^^^^

    i agree, just has to be the right pairing.

    SN: Who does Stalley work with?

  22. mcb Says:

    Deen Says:

    July 11th, 2011 at 11:06 am
    We need more groups in the game – especially from a production/rapper perspective. It’ll lead to better music.

    ^^^
    i feel like collabo eps are hot again…
    so its sorta similar….

    and i remember hearing an artist say mixtapes make money, think it was Sean P

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