By Paul Glanting
Rappers are perhaps the modern day equivalent to super-heroes, super-villains and anti-heroes. Projecting their hyperbolic ethos on wax, it’s never exactly clear where the “character” ceases and where the actual human being, behind the microphone, picks up again. Donning a mask to represent the pain his humanity has suffered, the enigmatic MF Doom has been fusing his thought-provoking intellect with references to comics, cartoons and monster movies for close to two decades.
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