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MF DOOM
Origin Long Island, New York, United States
Genres Hip hop
Occupations Rapper, Hip Hop Producer
Years active 1989 - 1993
1997 - present
Labels Big Dada, Fondle 'Em, Metal Face, Nature Sounds, Rhymesayers, Shaman Work, Stones Throw, Lex Records
Associated acts Ghostface Killah, Wu-Tang Clan, Jake One, Madlib, Danger Mouse, Cee-Lo Green, KMD, 3rd Bass, Count Bass D, Talib Kweli, J Dilla, Kurious, MF Grimm.
Website www.metalfacedoom.com

Daniel Dumile (pronounced /ˈduːmɨleɪ/) is a American hip hop artist who has taken on several stage names in his career, most notably MF DOOM (also known as DOOM) , where the "MF" stands for Metal Face or Metal Fingers. He has appeared in several collaborative projects such as Danger Doom (with Danger Mouse) and Madvillain (with Madlib), and collaborates with Ghostface Killah.

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History

Early years with KMD

Dumile was born on January 9, 1971 in London, England, the son of a Trinidadian mother and Zimbabwean father.[1] He then moved with his family to New York and was raised on Long Island, New York.

As Zev Love X, he formed the group KMD with his younger brother DJ Subroc and another MC called Onyx the Birthstone Kid.[1] A&R rep Dante Ross learned of KMD from the hip hop group 3rd Bass, and signed the group to Elektra Records.[2]

Dumile and KMD's recorded debut came on 3rd Bass's song "The Gas Face" from The Cactus Album[1], 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, titled Black Bastards.[1] The group was subsequently dropped from Elektra Records that same week. Before the release of the album, it was shelved due to controversy over its cover art,[2] 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 to 1997. He testifies to disillusionment and depression, living "damn near homeless, walking the streets of Manhattan, sleeping on benches."[1][3] 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."[1] Black Bastards had become bootlegged at the time, leading to Doom's rise in the underground hip-hop world.

Birth of MF Doom

In 1998, Dumile began freestyling incognito at open-mic events at the Nuyorican Poets Café in Manhattan, obscuring his face by putting a stocking over his head. He meanwhile had taken on a new identity, MF Doom, (Inspired by his good friend MF Grimm)[citation needed] patterned after and wearing a mask similar to that of Marvel Comics supervillain Doctor Doom, who is depicted rapping on the cover of the 1999 album Operation: Doomsday. He wears this mask while performing and isn't photographed without it, except for very short glimpses in videos such as Viktor Vaughn's "Mr. Clean," "Question," and in earlier photos with KMD.[1] MF Doom's mask has undergone at least one design revision since its adoption.

Early Releases

Dumile released three singles on "Bobbito" Garcia's Fondle 'Em Records, "Dead Bent," and "Greenbacks" (1997), and "The M.I.C." (1998). In 1999 Fondle 'Em released MF Doom's first full-length LP, Operation: Doomsday, which included these singles and their b-sides, and additional tracks. Dumile had used the spelling variant "M.F. Doom" for the singles releases, but thereafter changed this to "MF Doom."

Among the collaborators on these tracks were fellow members of the Monsta Island Czars collective (The M.I.C.), for which each artist took on the persona of a monster from the Godzilla mythos. Dumile went by the alias "King Ghidra" (a three-headed golden dragon "space monster"), and some of his appearances on the LP are as, and are credited to this persona, instead of that of MF DOOM. Dumile would revisit this character later under various name-spellings.

Another collective member was rapper MF Grimm; in 2000, Grimm and MF Doom released the MF EP. And in 2002 Dumile, as "King Geedorah," co-produced and on his Metal Face imprint (founded 2000) released the Monsta Island Czars album Escape from Monsta Island!

Guest Appearances, Production, and Instrumental Work

In the years intervening before his next full-length solo release, and continually since, Dumile has appeared on several tracks on other artists' LPs and remixes, contributed one-off tracks to compilations, and done various guest production work.[4]

With few exceptions Dumile produces (creates) the instrumentation tracks for his solo releases.[5]

Beginning in 2001, under the "Metal Fingers" moniker, Dumile began releasing his Special Herbs instrumentals series. Many of these beats can be heard as the instrumentation tracks throughout his body of work. A separate website catalogs for which tracks each instrumental has been used.[6]

Continuing Work

In 2003 Dumile released the King Geedorah album Take Me to Your Leader. Geedorah is credited as producer (also, in this context: beat-maker), but only appears as an MC on four tracks. The majority of vocal tracks feature guest MCs, and the album features several instrumental montages of sampled vocals from old movies and TV shows—a technique employed on most of Dumile's albums. Both Venomous Villain and Take Me to Your Leader feature appearances by MF DOOM.

Also in 2003, Dumile released the LP Vaudeville Villain under the moniker Viktor Vaughn (another play on Doctor Doom, whose "real name" is Victor von Doom). In 2004 he released a follow-up LP, Venomous Villain (also called VV2).

And, in 2004, the second MF DOOM album MM..Food was released by the Minnesota-based label Rhymesayers Entertainment.

Mainstream recognition

DOOM's first commercial breakthrough came in 2004, with the album Madvillainy, created 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 four-date U.S. tour followed the release of Madvillainy. Additional videos for "Rhinestone Cowboy" and "Accordion," both directed by Andrew Gura, were released on the DVDs Stones Throw 101 and "Stones Throw 102: In Living the True Gods," respectively.

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 Danger Doom. The album, released on October 11, 2005 by Epitaph, was done in cooperation with Cartoon Network's Adult Swim and featured voice-actors and characters from its programs (mostly Aqua Teen Hunger Force). Danger Doom reached #41 on the Billboard 200.[7]. In 2006 Doom hosted the [adult swim] Christmas special and he could be seen in between shows, usually talking about what was up next, and making jokes. DOOM also made an appearance in "November Has Come", a track on Gorillaz's 2005 album Demon Days, which reached #6 on the Billboard 200.[8]

2006-2009

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 titled 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, later it appeared on Madvillainy 2 - The Madlib Remix. Other potential projects mentioned by DOOM include new albums from Danger Doom[9], 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 an 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, being the voice for The Boondocks ads and previews and hosting their Christmas Eve 2006 programming.

In late January 2009, Lex records confirmed DOOM's new album title to be Born Like This, and that the "MF" would be dropped from his name, now just DOOM.[10] The album was released worldwide on March 24, 2009.[11] As a teaser, the track "Ballskin" was posted on Doom's Myspace page on January 13, 2009.[12] Snippets of the entire album were made available for streaming on DOOM's MySpace on the album's release date. The title for the album was inspired by the poem "Dinosauria, We" by 1970s and 1980s poet Charles Bukowski. DOOM samples a performance of the poem by Bukowski on the track "Cellz." Previously, DOOM used a Bukowski sample for a vocal interlude on 2004's "All Outta Ale." [13] Thom Yorke of Radiohead remixed the track "Gazillion Ear," which is available as an iTunes-only bonus track.[14] August 1, 2009 the song "She Still Got Dimples" by DJ Rob A w/ MF DOOM was released digitally on Rugged Soul Records. This is a MF DOOM produced track with the subject matter being domestic violence.[15][16]

On October 27 2009, Gold Dust Media released a DOOM B-Sides and collaborations album entitled "Unexpected Guests

Current and upcoming projects

On September 12, 2009, Jneiro Jarel announced at the Monolith Festival that he is working with MF Doom and Dave Sitek on an album.[17]

At the Kool Haus in Toronto DOOM announced that he would be releasing a new King Geedorah album soon.[18]

Recently DOOM has come under fire for hiring impostors to appear as him at live shows. He claims it is intentional yet many fans, as well as promoters, are feeling duped. After an impostor covered for him in Chicago during a mini tour with Mos Def, Mos refused to participate in the rest of the tour stating " Doom is mad ill, but he is straight ripping the fans off and I dont get down like that".

Discography

MF DOOM/DOOM
Viktor Vaughn
King Geedorah

Madvillain (with Madlib)

Danger Doom (with Danger Mouse)

Sniperlite (aka Dilla Ghost Doom) (with J Dilla and Ghostface Killah)

  • 2008: Sniperlite
The SuperVillain
  • 2004: Special Blends Volume 1&2
The John Robinson Project (MF Doom & John Robinson)
  • 2009: Who is this Man
Metal Fingers

References

External links


Quotes

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikiquote

Daniel Dumile (IPA: duːməleɪ) (born January 9, 1971, in London, England) is an American hip hop artist who has taken on several stage names in his career - originally Zev Love X, most famously MF DOOM, and in side projects as King Geedorah, Metal Fingers and Viktor Vaughn. In considering Dumile's quoteable lyrics it is just as important to observe single lines as is how they fit in the context of a complex set of lines or verse.

Contents

Take Me To Your Leader (King Geedorah)

  • The Fine Print

"This just in: they ain't even worth the worry
Lying on their first birth and couldn't even hurt a Smurfberry
Hear ye, hear ye! How dare ye
Go up against the king who do his thing tri-yearly?
They're too carefree with their mouths around here
Off with his head, and display it at Town Square"

  • Anti-Matter

"Excuse me Mister, do she got a sister?
Who He not to kiss her? True, she do got a blister..
Not a movie-plot twist like a Twizzler--
If I needed my meat burned, I'd go to Sizzler.

Gettin' paid like a biker with the best crank,
Spray it like a high-ranked sniper in the West Bank.
Type to just blink and don't show much pity;
When I'm in the city, I always keep a Dutch with me.

Touch a titty!
Til she asks me where the trees is at,
Or tell me 'Don't squeeze that.' Rats wanna tease a cat.
Let the dog beg, wait up.
Who talkin'?
DOOM with the hogleg, straight up New Yorkin'."

Operation Doomsday

  • I Hear Voices

"On the slow-mo the calm artist with the so-so chick
Chased them all like Cairo did to Slobodan Milosovik
Anyhoo, how 'bout them Yankees?
Once I leave off-stage the party people thanks mee's
If I may speak freely nasty like the freaky-deeky
At your local sleazy speak-easy"

Vaudeville Villain (Viktor Vaughn)

  • Vaudeville Villain

"Viktor the director flip a script like Rob Reiner
The way a lotta dudes rhyme their name should be 'knob shiner'
For a buck, they'd likely dance the Jig or do the Hucklebuck
To Vik it's no big deal, they're just a buncha knuckle-fucks"

  • Lickupon

"Confirmation of your worse fears
Ever since his first years had a thirst for beers"

"V bring the beef like a trucka' to Fuddruckers"
"Die calmer than a suicide bomber"

  • The Drop

"'Remember me God? clean Timbs with emery board'
he only came to save the game like a memory card
ooh shrewd, a lot of crews is too rude
and it's way too many 'let's not and say we do'-dudes he said 24-7 I be on call
he use his vacation days to watch Babylon 4"

  • Lactose and Lecithin

"But back at the lab he found the sleestack was right
Not only was it three cracks light but too white
The test show lactose, ambisol, lecithin
Five types of aspirin and other kinds of medicines"

  • A Dead Mouse

"That's for him to know, for they to never find out
About the kidnap, blind fold, and the blind mouse
The coroner report say he simply signed out, oh and I know
Y'all wanna see a wine-o? bring the wine out
Cat wit a dead mouse is how he catch the phrase in paws, plays wit it
Kill it, and eat off it for days, kid it"

  • Raedawn

"Listen up, new drink, named it after Chong's daughter
triple shot of 'gac, with the chaser of bong water
V a strong supporter come on, bring the slaughter"

  • Saliva

"Great balls of fire, guess who just crawled out the muck and mire
That could make you trust a motherfuckin' liar
A real shuck n' jiver, Vaughn never been a duck n diver
He spit on the mic, yuck, saliva
Hold it like a drunk driver hold a CB on a sharp turn
Still clutchin' his chest from the heartburn
What's your handle? I need a Zantac, ock
and thanks before I blank into anaphylactic shock"

  • Modern Day Mugging

"Stick 'em up chump, you know what this is
do the right thing you might live to see your kids
all he said was 'c'mon don't shoot!'
so shook I think he shit his sean john suit
'why you starin?' run your chain like an errand
and your girls earrings, and what you wearin'
survival tactics for when things get too gritty
he feels it's his duty to the people of the city
just so long as nobody get hurt
it keep your average civilian on point and alert"

"'OK miss, come up off that bracelet
just got your hair did don't make me waste it'
so, go to hades get the devil for his stash
but no old ladies unless you're sure they carry mad cash
like the one from the liquor store
he watched her for weeks now, ready for the quick score
before he told her whore get on the floor
she pulled out and let off like quick draw mcgraw
damn yo, he lucky, she barely nicked the camo
he would've let her have it, if he had the ammo
it's all in good fun, true, moral of the story, son duke:
senior citizens'll bust their guns too"

  • Mr. Clean

"(How far?) The distance was light-speed
He went to see a buddy who said he had some white weed
In case it might need, it didn't mean much
For in his lean clutch was the elusive green Dutch"

  • Change the Beat

"One day, he plan to put in a runway
With enough land for his own projects and gun play
Section 8 penthouse, maid look like Faye Dunaway
Alotta y'all assed out like gay runaways"

"Good googly moogly, see that loogie?
Yeah, but keep it on the D.L. Hughley
You don't watch her, he might Houser like Doogie
Just to cut her loosie like *swoosh* Mitsurugi
Gooey gum drops, who he got his style from?"
His pops, you gotta give the bum some props
Ask ya sister, her beat box is more thicker
DOOM, that nigga detox with malt liquor

"Gooey gum drops, who he got his style from, his pops?
you gotta give the bum some props
ask ya sister, her beat box is more thicker
Doom, that nigga detox with malt liquor
Villain for hire, admire the sound
Make sure The Price Is Right before he come on down!"

"The way alotta clowns get down is unnatural
This flows flipped like 'oranges, apples'
Rhymes like limes to a Lemonade Snapple
Leave her at the chapel, don't eat Scrapple"

Venomous Villain (Viktor Vaughn)

  • R.A.P. G.A.M.E.

Can't stand the beat, there's no sense bitchin'
Can't stand the heat, go get from out the kitchen
Ran through the street and leave a whole set twitchin'
Skip the stitchin', complements of the henchmen...
He rocked it, the flow got her dizzy
He keep a few knockers cocked and loaded for grizzly
It's no big deal, niggaz say they real
But ain't got no heart to bust shots at a pig mobile
Dunces, got the game all mucked up
Must be nuts kids, fuck up and get fucked up
Beat the heck out a rapper for street wreck
And laugh, playin' with a half a full cheat deck
Pull your burn it to earn you some respect son
And beat the next hun', to get a C-section
With no epidural screamin' I heard ya'll
Cats is talkin' coughin' up info like a furball
Do ya bid, don't be scared...
The wrong three words on the tier, will get'cha eared...
Everywhere blood smeared, ya should of been prepared...
Layin' there balled up lookin' all weird...
Villain, hold the heater on a cold day
And keep a old throw-away for a old fay
No way get bagged on no day
Doom'll change his name to Jose' Yo No Se"

  • Dope Skill*

Vik, known to pull a no joke vocal
when given the chance yoke ya slow poke local yokel"

Madvillainy (Madvillain)

  • Meat Grinder

"Tripping off the beat kinda, dripping off the meat grinder
Heat niner, pimping, stripping, soft street minor
China was a neat signer, trouble with the script digits
Double dip/bubble lips, sorrow less midget
Borderline schizo, sort of fine tits though
Pour the wine, whore to grind, quarter to nine, let's go"

"Doom's songs lit, in the booth, with the best host
Doing bong hits, on the roof, in the west coast"

  • Figaro

"Do not stand still, boast yo' skills
Close but no crills, toast for po' ills, post no bills
Coast to coast Joe Shmoes flows ill, go chill
Not supposed to overdose, no 'doz pills"

  • Curls

"Villain get the money like curls
They just trying to get a nut like squirrels in his mad world
Land of milk and honey with the swirls
Where reckless naked girls get necklaces of pearls"

"Hands so fast he can out-spin the Flash
Known to smoke a whole mountain of hash to the ash
Boom-bash leave the room with the stash
Assume it's in a smash, Doom get the cash "

  • Accordion

"It's like they know what's 'bout to happen
Just keep ya eye out, like 'aye, aye captain'
Is he still a fly guy clappin' if nobody ain't hear it
And can they testify from inner spirit
In living, the true gods
Givin' y'all nothing but the lick like two broads
Got more lyrics than the church got 'Ooh Lords'
And he hold the mic and your attention like two swords, (either that)
Or even one with two blades on it
Hey you, don't touch the mic like it's AIDS on it
It's like the end to the means
Fucked type of message that sends to the fiends
That's why he brings his own needles
And get more cheese than Doritos, Cheetos or Fritos..
Slip like Freudian
Your first and last step to playin' yourself like accordion"

"When he had the mic you don't go next
Leaving pussy cats like wild hoes need Kotex
Exercise index won't need Boflex
And won't take the one with no skinny legs like Joe Tex"

  • Great Day

Groovy dude, not to prove to be rude
But this stuff is like what you might put on movie food
Uh, what is jalapenas
Get it like a whuppin' when you holla at your seniors

MM..Food

  • Vomitspit

"The mask is like Jason
They told the place not to let the basket type case in
He could be some kind of wacko
Waiting for the chance to heat the pipes like a crack hoe"

  • All Outta Ale

"One for the money, two for the betta green,
3,4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine"

  • Beef Rapp

"Beef rap could lead to gettin' teeth capped
Or even a wreath for mom dukes on some grief crap
I suggest ya change ya diet
It can lead to high blood pressure if ya fry it

Or even a stoke, heart attack, heart disease
It ain't startin' back once arteries start to squeeze
Take the easy way out, phony--until then,
They know they wouldn't be talkin that baloney in the bullpen"

"He wears a mask just to cover the raw flesh
A rather ugly brother with flows that's gorgeous
Drop-dead joints hit the wips like birdshit
They need it like a hole in the dead or a third tit

Her bra smell. His cards say 'Ah Hell'
Barred from all bars and kicked out the Carvel
Keep a cooker where the jar fell
And keep a cheap hooker that's off the hook like Ma Bell"

"A rhymin' cannibal, who's dressed to kill, I'm cynical
Whether is it animal, vegetable, or mineral
It's a miracle how he get so lyrical
And proceed to move the crowd like an old Negro spiritual"

"What up?
To all rappers shut up, with ya shuttin up
And keep your shirt on, at least it buttoned up
Yuck. Is they rhymers or strippin' males?
Outta work jerks since they shut down Chippendales

They chippin' nails. DOOM, tippin' scales
Let alone the preorders that's counted off shippin' sales
This goes out to all my people skippin bail
Dippin' jail, whippin' tail, and sippin' ale

Light the doobie 'till it glow like a ruby
After which they couldn't find the Villain like Scooby
He's in the lab on some old Buddha Monk shit
Overproof drunk shit. But whod'a thunkit?

Punk, try and ask why ours be better
Could be the iron mask or the Cosby sweater...
Yes, you, who's screwed by the dude on the CD, nude
(We need food)"

  • Kon Queso

Oh shoot!, The goose is loose!
So wild you couldn't chase it down with straight fruit juice
Frown like the first time you taste cous cous
Stash the dukes dukes, troops asking truce truce

The Mouse and the Mask (DangerDoom)

  • El Chupa Nibre

"What we have here is a failure to communicate
If you gonna hate, might at least get your rumors straight
about Doom the Great, a lot more confident
Came a long way since the days we had to rhyme for rent
It was time well spent, vented
Spelt and dented, hell-bented and heaven-scented"

  • Bada Bing

"Looked like Apollo Creed after he fought with Rocky
Rhymed in a broken english slang, not cockney
Thirteen, his first queen wore hot knock knees
Had to tell her pops, yo stop cockblockin B"

BORN LIKE THIS

  • That's That

"Already woke, spared a joke, barely spoke, rarely smoke
Stared at folks when properly provoked, mirror broke
Here, share strawberry morinin, gone an more important spawnin
Torn in, poor men sworn in
Cornish hens switchin positions, auditionin' mortitions
saw it in a vision, ignorin prison
Ignoramuses enlist and sound dumb
Found em drowned in cows dung, crowns flung
Rings a tinkerbell, sing for things that's frail as a fingernail
Bring a scale, stale ginger lingers
Seven figures invigor
Nigga, fresh from out the jail, alpha male
Sickest ninja injury this century, enter plea
Lend sympathy to limper simple simon rhymin emcees
Trees is free, please leave a key
These meager fleas, he's the breeze
And she's the bees knees for sheez
G's of G's
Seize property, shopper sprees, chop the cheese
Drop the grease to stop diseases, gee wiz pa!
DOOM rock grandma like the kumbaya!
Mama was a ho hoppa, papa was a rollingstone
Star like Obama, pull a card like oh drama!
Civil liberties
These little titties abilities riddle me, middle C
Give a MC a rectal hysterectomy
Electron removal of the bowls, foul technically
Don't expect to see the recipe
Until we receive the check as well as the collection fee
More wreck than section Z
What you expect to get for free?
Shit from me, history
The key, plucked it off the mayor
Chucked it in the ol tar pit off La Brea, playa
They say he's gone too far
DOOM'll catch em after Jumar on cue lacka!!
Do what'cha gotta do, grarrrr
The rumors are not true, got two ma
No prob, got the job, hot barred heart throb
Scotch Guard the bar the with cotton swabs, dart lob
Bake a cake, sweet
Jamaica trade in treats on the beach
Make a skeet til her feets meet"

Miscellaneous

  • Hooks is Extra

"They rock 'n roll like: 'Stop, Drop . . .'
and if they got soul, then welcome to the sock hop
hip-be-bop at ya block mom 'n pop shop
time it when when it comes to rhymin' is chop-chop"

Sourced Lines

  • Who's got the most whips, gats and cash? If you'd ask the villain he'd say who gives a rat's ass?
    • As MF DOOM, "Bells of Doom", Convexed (2003)
  • Just remember all caps when you spell the man name
  • Don't talk about my moms yo, sometimes he rhyme quick sometimes he rhyme slow, or vise-versa. Whip up a slice o' nice verse pie, hit it on the first try, Villain...the worst guy.
  • How Doom hold heat, and preach non-violence? Shhh, he 'bout to start the speech, c'mon, silence!
  • After rocking parties they depart in a jalopy, watch the drop top poppy
    • As Madvillain, "Rhinestone Cowboy", Madvillainy (2004)
  • Got more soul (sole) than a sock with a hole.
    • As Madvillain, "Rhinestone Cowboy", Madvillainy (2004)
  • Easy as pi, three point one four, one more one false move and they're done for
  • If I had a dime for every rhymer that bust guns, I'd have a cool mill' for my sons in trust funds.
  • Dub it off your man don't spend that 10 bucks. I did it for the advance the back end sucks.
  • And we'll be right back after these messages, fellas grab ya nuttsacks chicks squeeze your breastsess, we ain't all that grown it's still funny like goin to the store with your own rainbow money, since that had an insane flow sonny

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