Masked emcee MF Doom is continuing to treat fans to a number of collaborative projects, with Brooklyn-based musician Jneiro Jarel and teen wordsmith Bishop Nehru serving as the latest acts to join forces with the rapper.
According to PotHolesInMyBlog.com, the joint project between MF Doom and Bishop Nehru was announced via Lex Records. Details on the upcoming album still remain scarce, but for those eager for a Doom and Nehru collab, the 16-year-old rapper can be heard rapping over a MF Doom beat on “Elder Blossoms” and “Lemon Grass,” two records featured on Bishop Nehru’s Nehruvia mixtape.
While an album name or release date for the DOOMsday architect’s project with Bishop Nehru is unclear, more is known about MF Doom and Jneiro Jarel’s Key To The Kuffs rerelease.
Set for release on August 20, the updated project between the two artists, who are collectively known as JJ Doom, is titled Key To The Kuffs (Butter Edition) and will consist of 23 tracks. This updated version of JJ Doom’s debut album, which was released last year, will boast appearances from Beck, Clams Casino, Thom Yorke, and a handful of other acts from varying genres of music.
Key To The Kuffs (Butter Edition) is currently available for pre-order via iTunes.
No stranger to collaborative albums, MF DOOM has gone on to release joint projects with Danger Mouse, Madlib and other artists.