Masta Ace Confirms MF DOOM Collaboration Album “MA DOOM” Is Complete

September 18, 2011

UPDATE: The Juice Crew alum confirms another project finished recording week, as his upcoming works reportedly features Metal Face DOOM on the boards. Planned for November release.

On Wednesday September 14, Brooklyn, New York emcee Masta Ace confirmed, via Twitter, that his collaboration album with MF DOOM is complete. Ace noted that he “handed in” the project, although label and release date information is still pending.

The project is said to be called MA DOOM: Son of Yvonne, playing off of both veteran emcees’ names. Earlier this year, reports indicated that the collaboration features productions from DOOM and rhymes from Ace, as the pair leaked “PBS,” which reportedly will not be included on the album.

Finally handed in MA_DOOM:Son of Yvonne album! FINALLY!!! Damn!!! Took 4ever to get things finalized. #hurryupandwaitmodeless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet ReplyMasta Ace
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In addition to his present group, EMC, Ace hails from 1980s super-group The Juice Crew, while MF DOOM began his career with KMD. Ace also tweeted that DOOM will not be rhyming on the project.

Fyi never got that DOOM verse unfortunately but still very happy wit it. Getting him on the album woulda been icing but the cake still goodless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet ReplyMasta Ace
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On Monday, Masta Ace also confirmed an upcoming 10th anniversary release of Disposable Arts, featuring new recordings of songs from the album with a live band. That project, said to be released through Fat Beats Records, has yet to be given a release date.

Previously, Masta Ace released a collaborative effort with Edo G (2009’s Arts & Entertainment), while DOOM has produced albums by John Robinson and MF Grimm.

(September 14)

UPDATE: Masta Ace confirmed today, via Twitter, that MA DOOM: Son of Yvonne is planned for November release.

 
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