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Music hip hop singer MF DOOM (Daniel Dumile) pictures (pic) and photo gallery, albums covers pictures.
Birth name: Daniel Dumile.
Also known as:
-MF DOOM.
-The Super Villain.
-Viktor Vaughn.
-King Geedorah.
-Metal Fingers.
-Metal Fingered Villain.
-Zev Love X.
Born: January 9, 1971 Long Island, New York City, United States.

Early years with KMD:
Dumile was born in Southeast London, England, then moved with his family to New York and was raised in Long Island.
As Zev Love X, he formed the group KMD with his younger brother Subroc and another MC called Onyx The Birthstone Kid. A&R Dante Ross learned of KMD from the rap group 3rd Bass, and signed them to Elektra Records.
Dumile and KMD's debut on record came on 3rd Bass's song "The Gas Face" from The Cactus Album, followed in 1991 with KMD's album Mr. Hood, which became a minor hit through its singles "Peachfuzz", "Who Me?" and heavy video play on cable TV's Yo! MTV Raps and Rap City.
Subroc was struck and killed by a car in 1993 while attempting to cross a Long Island expressway before the release of a second KMD album entitled Black Bastards. The group was subsequently dropped from Elektra Records before the release of the album due to controversy over the album's cover art which featured a cartoon of a stereotypical pickaninny or sambo character being hanged from the gallows.
With the loss of his brother, Dumile retreated from the hip-hop scene from 1994-1997. He testifies to disillusionment and depression, living "damn near homeless, walking the streets of Manhattan, sleeping on benches". In the late 1990s, he left New York City and settled in Atlanta. According to interviews with DOOM, he was also "recovering from his wounds" and swearing revenge "against the industry that so badly deformed him." "Black Bastards" had become bootlegged at the time, leading to DOOM's rise in the underground hip-hop world.

Birth of MF DOOM:
Dumile began to rap at open mic events at the Nuyorican Poets Caf in 1998 where he withheld his face by putting a stocking over his head. His new identity was influenced by Marvel Comics supervillian Dr. Doom. He wears the mask while performing and isn't photographed without it.
The release of Operation: Doomsday in 1999 by independent label Fondle 'Em marked the official turning point for Dumile in his reinvention of himself from a major label recording artist of minor status to independent artist, where he would find his greatest success.
The following year, he began releasing albums of instrumental work, a series known as Special Herbs for several small record labels under the name Metal Fingers. He created an additional alter-ego, King Geedorah, as a member of Monsta Island Czars, a group consisting of MF Grimm and 13 other underground New York emcees who released their debut album in 2003.
MF DOOM was still far below the radar of mainstream press in 2003 when he released two new albums. The first was Vaudeville Villain, released under yet another alias, Viktor Vaughn, and the second was King Geedorah's Take Me To Your Leader. Viktor Vaughn appears as solely a rap project - he has no production or executive producer credit on the album, but raps throughout the album - and alternately, King Geedorah is a conceptual production project. Although he raps on few of the songs on Take Me To Your Leader, the album is produced entirely by MF DOOM. Several of his long time collaborators appear as emcees.

Mainstream recognition
DOOM's first commercial breakthrough came in 2004, with the album Madvillainy together with producer Madlib under the group name Madvillain. Released by Stones Throw Records, the album was a critical and commercial success. MF DOOM was seen by mainstream audiences for the first time as Madvillain received publicity and acclaim in publications such as Rolling Stone, New York Times, The New Yorker, and Spin. A video for "All Caps" and a 4-date U.S. tour followed the release of Madvillainy. An additional video for "Rhinestone Cowboy" and a segment from the tour are shown on the DVD Stones Throw 101.
In the same year, MF DOOM's second solo album MM..FOOD? was released by the Minnesota-based label Rhymesayers Entertainment, using various food items to metaphorically explain life and himself. As Viktor Vaughn he released his second album Venomous Villain (also called VV2),
Though still an independent artist, MF DOOM took a bigger step towards the mainstream in 2005 with The Mouse and the Mask, a collaboration with producer DJ Danger Mouse under the group name DangerDoom. The album, released on October 11, 2005 by Epitaph, was done in cooperation with Cartoon Network's adult swim and frequently references characters from [adult swim] programs.

Current and upcoming projects:
MF DOOM produced tracks for both of Ghostface Killah's 2006 albums, Fishscale and More Fish; and the two are currently at work on a collaboration album entitled Swift & Changeable. So far only one track has been released from the album, "Angels", which appeared on a Nature Sounds compilation in late 2006. DOOM has also revealed plans for a second Madvillain album with producer Madlib, with one song, "Monkey Suite", first appearing on the Adult Swim/Stones Throw Records album Chrome Children. Other potential projects mentioned by DOOM include new albums from DANGERDOOM, The John Robinson Project and KMD, as well as further albums under both his Viktor Vaughn and King Geedorah aliases. However, many such DOOM projects have been rumored in recent years without materializing.
Despite no new DOOM releases in 2006, Kidrobot and Stones Throw released a 8" tall Madvillain toy available to coincide with the release of the Chrome Children CD/DVD (hosted by Peanut Butter Wolf) which featured a DVD performance of Madvillain and several other Stones Throw artists. MF DOOM also continued to work with [adult swim] doing voice-over work as Sherman The Giraffe on Perfect Hair Forever, and hosting their Christmas Eve 2006 programming.
MM..FOOD is scheduled to be reissued on Rhymesayers in the summer of 2007 as CD & DVD package.
MF DOOM also has teamed up with Nike to create his own shoes now known as the DOOM Dunks. No release for the shoes have been told.
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