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NEHRUVIANDOOM (Bishop Nehru + M.F. DOOM): NEHRUVIANDOOM

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Product Details

  • Release Date: Oct 7, 2014
  • Record Label: Lex Records
  • Color: Colored Vinyl
  • Barcode: 878390002733
  • Item #: LEX099LP

  • Producers: M.F. DOOM

Summary

NEHRUVIANDOOM is Bishop Nehru's debut album. Produced by Metal Fingers and featuring MF DOOM vocals on several tracks, it's a compact nine track, 30 minute long player.

Bishop Nehru's breakthrough mixtapes, released from the age of 15 saw him rhyming over DOOM produced instrumentals. DOOM joined the line of MCs who co-signed the young rapper including heavyweight lyricists Kendrick Lamar and Nas, who introduced him on stage during his set at SXSW as "The future of music".

Still only 17, Bishop has wrapped up his debut album for Lex, a collaborative project with MF DOOM.

Track Listing

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1. Intro
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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2. Om
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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3. Mean The Most
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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4. So Alone
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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5. Coming For You
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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6. Darkness (HBU)
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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7. Caskets
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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8. Great Things
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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9. Disastrous
Producers: M.F. DOOM
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Total Comments: 17
Name: (Posted: 9/19/2014 10:39:00 PM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: Real sorry people, I have a groupie who just cant get enough of my "putrid paragraphs" my my my, thinks im a pointdexter, probably has my baby pictures too and obsesses over my writings. probably knows everything about me, thats beautiful. probably waiting out side from where I live just to stalk me, sorry I just appreciate trolls that take the time to get to know me like this one wants to date me but hes self conscious about his apearance and disappointed wishing that I wasnt straight. should I make it more simpler than that with anorexic two liners so that you wouldn't get cut off by youtube's limitations on comments lol, I know that can cause psychological effects to someone like you. because hes youtube's bitch troll that conforms to simplifying what he has to say limited and no brainers. "Revenge of the Nerds" was too graphic for you kid go watch rainbow bright or sometin'. lambda lambda lambda was the coolest fraternity kid, sorry im hurting that only one brain cell it takes for you to comprehend a whole bible I write you so willingly study secretly like my bestest fan. sorry this guy just cant get enough of my nerd like qualities lol. sorry hes just making me sound narcissistic as I speak. its just his way of saying im intelligent. I could imagine him looking like Ogre. if hes using references to a movie he doesn't know why use it. sorry hes probably just holding back and hes a scientist for a missile assembly factory in some hiden location, he just doesn't want to blow his cover, right yupie? (more like chirping crickets in the background) he secretly enjoys my creativity. lol
Name: (Posted: 9/19/2014 2:54:00 PM; Partial IP: 112.32.207)
Location: Def No "Kali"
Comment: My my, what I spy with my eye....Pointdexter goes at it again! & now he got Lord Finesse's white cousin from Oregon defending his putrid paragraphs. BUT, I am not thinking about a hip-hop song right now, I am more thinking of the music theme to "Revenge of the Nerds" playing in the "urban" background. lmao
Name: (Posted: 9/19/2014 4:27:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: whats funny is I know who would choose to use the word "urban". and the speak of this particular devil... probably thinks KRS-ONE is a "nerd" for being intelligent. yes 25 plus years and I have not heard anyone use the term "urban" unless they are from a particular radio station I know that perpetrates against... or tries to act ass if they support the underground but in actuality they play it of by playing all formats(isolated rap music with isolated fans in the United States that dont know that the world is bigger out there) of Rap even mainstream pop rap because most of the djs have no experience of the culture previous to listening to your local corporate mainstream so called "Home of Hip Hop and R&B" radio. they are a college radio but they fake the funk because no one there has had experience with real Hip Hop for over a decade and a half, just newbies who probably been listening to top 40 sh*t on corporate radio with in a decade. all the other college radios around my area know what college radio they are. this college radio thinks they are open minded because their format covers a wide range of Rap music and even the wack ones too, without a focus for the good real sh*t. so the word "urban" is used because the city I live in doesn't take kindly to Hip Hop culture since the 90's so they are forced to use the word "urban" with in that college radio station instead of Hip Hop. and that gives it away obviously, and its only from a state university thats doing this, even Stanford does a way better job with doing justice by picking the right Real Hip Hop music for their University college radio. if you use the word "urban", that word has to be the most corniest word to use when describing a culture which is now global. like saying hey billy did you see those black guys acting foolish to that "urban" music that doesn't belong here (imagine yupie white people who are not fond of Rap/Hip Hop music make that remark, no offense to white people but you know who you are). well I could be wrong but if you aint got the brains to read and comprehend knowledge or maybe your just ignorant and closed minded to facts and truth. what I write is a fraction of what systematic textbook higher learning expects out of you. this guy writes like he only was born with two tumbs on his dumbphone and out from the womb like yesterday. talk about Adhd lol."Really?! No, Really?!!"
Name: (Posted: 9/18/2014 9:35:00 PM; Partial IP: 0.196.2.25)
Location: Oregon
Comment: Theres even trolling in this website you should get youre trolling ass back to youtube. R.A.D makes some valid points about the music industry in general im glad theres still people out there sharing the knowledge.
Name: (Posted: 9/18/2014 1:55:00 PM; Partial IP: 112.32.207)
Location: Really?! No, Really?!!
Comment: Then...he replies back with yet ANOTHER long azz ( I ain't reading all that sh*t). & I have 35 yrs+ as a fan of hip-hop but what does that matter?! Urban is urban & a nerd is nerd. Question is...will he quit?
Name: (Posted: 9/16/2014 10:28:00 PM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: If your comments hold weight in subject matter and has a point of interest in those that read your comments then democracy of freedom of speech on an American website based on a American Store front is worth participating in voicing your opinions and facts. one reason why I say what I got to say is not only that I have been a fan of Real Hip Hop for at least 25 years but your voice on this platform is being heard not only by others that comment on this site but by Business owners that want to develop a focus on what buyers and users are targeting to purchase, and it gives them more significance to purchase with a little more information added. Other record labels and artists who have their products on this site or other sites like this one read the comments and get a better idea of real opinions and critical feedback or constructive criticism to gauge what their audience or supporters want. This is a better way to give intelligent feedback and gives the record label or artist more value in what they do, and that is keeping it positive and helps the culture develop and come up with new ideas. I could care less about the next commenting person who doesn't do what I do or doesn't help the community have a better understanding of the Hip Hop culture. If any commenting person reads my sh*t and gets intrigued, then were on the same page, I always keep it on wise thought. Don't be a wise person trying to be smart. Being wise and being smart are two different things. Being smart means you don't have much experience but only deals with things on the temporary short term. Wise means you have extensive knowledge and have proper placement of intelligence in the right order at any given time. I don't try hard either or try to be grammatically correct, but I do have a creative mind with intelligence, do you?
Name: (Posted: 9/16/2014 4:05:00 PM; Partial IP: 112.32.207)
Location: Not Sure at the Moment
Comment: Why does R.A.D+Heard type of college essays on every album comment??? How much are we getting paid to read his compositions? R.A.D is part of ISIS, & he is terrorizing this website every time he comments! The British are coming, the British are coming!
Name: (Posted: 9/9/2014 11:07:00 PM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: All independent record shops support independent music, of course. If you don't understand what independent music is and the meaning and significance to being independent according to the artists own creative control and distribution to all the independent record shops all over the world in other countries, then you must be a mindless conforming idiot to Big Label corporate mind control in the United States. Lex records was a subsidiary to Warp records and managed to stand on its own and become a independent label, which most independent labels harbor artists that are creative in their own rite (without the need of ghost writers). To gain Popularity isn't the objective of a true artist, nor is the sales of how many units are being sold even though its quality music. You would have to wake up to reality to realize the geniuses of art as a gift to the world regardless of how much you would pay for art (art/music) that is priceless from an independent artist. to purchase a product or piece from an artist is supporting their liveliness as income and maybe contributing to the creating of more pieces(art music etc.). Corporate big labels are trying to put out bull sh*t in independent record shops who also carry big label record music. They're booking the record pressing plants far in advance and taking much of these vinyl pressing plants time and the independent labels don't have a chance to press any vinyl at these plants in time for Vinyl record day which has already passed - now thats f*cked up, "GARBAGE". There is a greater cause in supporting independent music by independent artists and you'd feel better helping out those that deserve it and give them recognition and acknowledgement. F*ck being an E-boy/E-girl, be a true B-boy/B-girl that supports the Hip Hop culture.
Name: (Posted: 9/9/2014 3:38:00 AM; Partial IP: 29.127.229)
Location: Chicago, USA
Comment: This hot ass garbage will be on sale in no time as UGHH tries desperately to sell its stock off. Bet.
Name: (Posted: 9/8/2014 3:40:00 PM; Partial IP: 76.210.232)
Location: Miami, FL USA
Comment: This kid looks awkward. And what's he talking about "I'm seeing things clearly how about you" like he knows some grand secret to life. He's 17. Let him go and have some kids and a relationship that goes sour and have to pay bills and support a household, then he can speak to me on life.
Name: (Posted: 9/6/2014 6:03:00 PM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: As far as DOOM beats especially more recent fresh out of the box sh*t, I heard from somewhere that where he is residing or where his location were everything that consists of what he uses for production including his record collection isn't in one place because he moved, and everything might not be accessible when he needs his sh*t. That's what I heard, and that was a few years ago or more or at least if I was up to date with that information at the time. DOOM had to borrow records from Madlib for more recent productions within the last I'd say decade or less. Clearance for samples is also a factor when putting out new sh*t and it can take forever until they get the approval especially in these days when most producers go for the easier ways out of a situation which means bullsh*t beats. There is a high demand for good beats and production especially for sample based production even if its samples from an obscure record or source. A lot people don't take into consideration what it takes to produce sh*t traditionally which is a dying art and a high awareness for older sh*t that most don't over look at, you got to be a real good digger to know these things and sh*t that sounds refreshing and can hold up with the current trends that are more popular. Being an underdog because the majority of generalized rap producers go with software kits that don't sound as organic only make it more important to represent for that breed of producers that acknowledge the forgotten greats even if back in the day they didn't have great distribution even if it was on wax and was force to be independent just to share with the world. I'm not going to throw tantrums over my favorite producer or hip hop artist just because the settings and times weren't right for them, I'm just thankful I have the opportunity to support great artists and not force stress on trying to meet deadlines especially if they are independent, you got to have respect for the artist in order for them to put out quality art, music, dance, etc .
Name: (Posted: 9/6/2014 11:15:00 AM; Partial IP: 209.97.201)
Location: lv
Comment: Well this video is another RECYCLED beat by DOOM and with only 9 tracks how much NEW work did he really do on this. Getting tired of the same beats being put on new releases, it's becoming real f*cking garbage for a guy who I had has a top producer like 7 years ago. DOOM can't fool me into buying this album - 9 tracks and 1 song I know is a recycled beat. Get the f*ck outta here with that scheme, I don't care how good this new MC is we all want to hear new production from DOOM but we getting Special Herb beats that 10 years old and been re-released like 3-5 times.
Name: (Posted: 9/1/2014 11:17:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: I recognize the musicality in his syllables. kind of reminiscent of a young Special ED with the verbal carrying skills of Parish Smith (PMD) but keeps it moving with the flow and not too many pauses like brain farts or lack of approach to style. If its kiddie raps, last I checked Illegal or at least Jamal (Def Squad) was eatin other kid emcees/rappist with that caliber. He's not quite on the ra ra tip, and you know what energy that brings, don't know who he is, maybe a hidden member of Pro Era, and that's a good thing when the element of mystics are present. Now this is just a first gander and I've only listened to the video with only paying attention to the immediate feel because I am biased with references in mind that remind me of legends(did my homework a long time ago all for the name of longevity) it's like someone telling you to not change for anyone for the sake of them telling you to be you as you yourself are inspired by history that roots you with foundation. Maybe it's the spirit of the golden era that haunts kids and possess them once they wake up to reality and not the factory preset default of industrial game or celeb bankruptcy and the lack of creativity/ once corporate bullsh*t gets to the head it's over, you're just a puppet.
Name: (Posted: 8/27/2014 8:26:00 PM; Partial IP: 46.139.145)
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Comment: I hate when mutherf*ckers be talking about "real hip hop" and "hip hop history" - you sound like a pretentious idiot. The guy has a point, most 15 years have garbage bars.Let's not hold everyone to Nas' standard.
Name: (Posted: 8/24/2014 3:47:00 PM; Partial IP: 0.215.4.94)
Location: Worcester
Comment: If this turns out anything like Reasonable Doubt or is the next Nas, let me know.
Name: (Posted: 8/23/2014 7:28:00 PM; Partial IP: 244.160.87)
Location: USA
Comment: Nas was 18/19 years old on 'Live at the Barbeque' by Main Source and he killed that verse. How about Shyheim? He was 15 when "On and On" was released and doing his thing. Memphis Bleek was 18 on Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt album… not to mention Joey Bada$$. Do some research on your hip-hop history before prejudging.
Name: (Posted: 8/22/2014 5:25:00 PM; Partial IP: 3.76.8.201)
Location: Worcester
Comment: I'm having trouble getting behind this project. What can a 17 year old kid say that I actually would want to hear?
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