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Long Beach, New York NY, United States (1988 – present)

Daniel Dumile (“doom-uh-lay”) is a British born American artist who has taken on several stage names in his career, most famously MF DOOM (standing for metal fingers/metal face doom). He has also been known as Zev Love X, King Geedorah, Metal Fingers, Viktor Vaughn, Doom, and has appeared in several collaborative projects such as DANGERDOOM (with Danger Mouse), Madvillain (with Madlib), JJ DOOM (with Jneiro Jarel) and NehruvianDOOM (with Bishop Nehru). Little is known about his personal life.

Dumile’s eccentric wordplay makes him a favorite of fans. He is heavily influenced by American comic books (especially the Fantastic Four and their battles with Dr. Doom). Japanese science fiction is also an influence; the concept for King Geedorah (which is derived from Ghidorah) and the Monsta Island Czars comes from the Godzilla movie series. He is also renowned for bringing back into the sometimes overly serious world of lyrics and a unique, sample-heavy production style.

His work with Madvillain has been covered by the New Yorker, as has his entire career.

Early years with KMD.

Dumile was born on January 9, 1971 in London, England, the son of a Trinidadian mother and Zimbabwean father. He then moved with his family to New York and was raised in the city of Long Beach, New York on Long Island

As Zev Love X, he formed the group KMD in 1988 with his younger brother DJ Subroc and another MC called Onyx the Birthstone Kid. A&R rep Dante Ross learned of KMD from the hip hop group 3rd Bass, and signed the group to Elektra Records.


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  • DOOMism

    X's my fingaz for some mah goodies from the one & only ya'll, DOOM !

    6 Oct 3:06am Reply
  • NeoSkeith

    why is he so based pls explain ugh

    2 Oct 11:24am Reply
  • grammakov

    "i know who Doom is"

    1 Oct 11:15am Reply
  • Dpool2313


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  • lilletilla

    ilu legend

    7 Sep 12:41pm Reply
  • DramaSetter619

    new album in 1 month folks

    17 Aug 2:48pm Reply
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    16 Aug 6:33am Reply
  • Rezzo64

    Bound to be a let down? Stop talking out of your arse

    4 Aug 3:17pm Reply
  • lacazasaura


    2 Aug 11:10am Reply
  • TylerSymes

    Why do people want a real Madvillainy 2 so bad? It's bound to be a let down.

    1 Aug 4:28pm Reply
  • JSlyde


    30 Jul 4:50am Reply
  • Rezzo64

    Gosh I didn't think you guys would be that against NehruvianDOOM

    27 Jul 3:14pm Reply
  • CousinEarl

    He's not dead, fuck off.

    25 Jul 8:20pm Reply
  • Z77

    RIP? He's not dead guys. What are you going on about

    16 Jul 6:43pm Reply
  • Bl4ckJack

    RIP MF DOOM greatest rapper of the 2000s [2]

    14 Jul 8:30am Reply
  • Mel_Gibson_Swag

    RIP MF DOOM greatest rapper of the 2000s

    14 Jul 7:39am Reply
  • iheartnikes

    damn it's really terrible that he died. he was so good.

    14 Jul 7:34am Reply
  • daniloXvX


    10 Jul 3:36pm Reply
  • artofmyrder

    i am doom[2]

    1 Jul 9:53pm Reply
  • sp-303

    One Beer

    17 Jun 10:49pm Reply
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