Seventeen-year-old East Coast buzzmaker Bishop Nehru and enigmatic rap vet DOOM may hail from different generations, but they share a taste for dusty, sampled beats and intricate lyricism. Thus, it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise that they've come together to create a joint album.
Both collaborators rock the mic on the appropriately titled NehruvianDOOM, and DOOM handles all production. No guest vocalists appear on the LP, which comes on the heels of two buzzworthy singles: "Darkness" and the non-featured "OM." Duo Ghostshrimp of Adventure Time fame provides original artwork to accompany the set.
NehruvianDOOM is now available for digital purchase via Lex Records/Noizy Cricket!!
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