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This episode tells some of the stories that we heard during the making of this season that for some reason didn’t fit in the episodes. They were still dope enough to share. Whether it is about the infamous Doom Dunks, or some amazing background on the artwork that enhanced the music made by Doom, these stories will make you laugh, gasp and say “Oh Snap!!!” Featuring Miles Brown (Star of Black-Ish) Wildchild Sandford Greene KEO M.C. Serch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This whole series has really been a tribute and celebration of Daniel Dumile…MF DOOM. However, in this episode, we share some final parting thoughts and words. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode we chat with Young Guru, the award winning engineer and hip hop historian, as well as award winning producer Just Blaze. Both of them open up about their time at Baseline Studios which was the home recording studio for all things Roc-A-Fella Records. They reveal how the reception area at Baseline Studios became the true indicator for authentic hip hop of those truly in the “know”. While producing, crafting, mixing, and mastering some of Hip Hop’s biggest tunes, Young Guru and Just Blaze with the rest of those who kept Baseline Studios operating were keeping their ears to the streets. Would those ears lead to what could possibly be the biggest surprise signing in Hip Hop history?! Featuring… Just Blaze Young Guru M.C. Serch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this season we have learned a great deal about the support system that DOOM had around him. After talking with members of the C.M. Fam it became clearer to us that the person who was a truly important part of DOOM’s story early on did not really get a chance to enjoy that period of time. His name was Grimm Reaper, later known as MF Grimm. Grimm was a significant part of DOOM’s career early on, even sharing the “MF” moniker. Grimm’s story of how DOOM got to where he is and what Grimm experienced during that time is not just a cautionary tale for those who hug the block and try to make music. It is a testament to the love and drive that can push friends beyond what they can see as success for themselves and their families.  We felt it was only right to give Grimm his own episode to thank him for the friendship and love he had for DOOM. He was the support system when DOOM needed it, and was a catalyst to creativity that would allow DOOM and Grimm to create the music that people love to this day. Thank you, Percy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Jason DeMarco, former SVP/Creative Director of Adult Swim On-Air, recalls lovingly his memory of spending time with DOOM over the years. He sits down to share the story of how the two met, how DOOM would deliver his music and content, and the truth about how Santa DOOM came to be.  This episode is told from Jason’s own words and experiences. His love and respect for DOOM is evident as he speaks on their relationship and his feelings about the man himself. Jason is now the SVP of Action and Anime for Warnermedia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
As DOOM continues to figure out how to hide in plain sight and perform without being in public eye, he becomes friends with one of NYC’s most legendary graffiti writers, KEO.  While they begin to create the artwork that would become the album cover for “Operation Doomsday," DOOM also asks KEO to help him create his now signature mask.  Ben Klingon and Del The Funky Homosapien help tell the story of how the mask came to be, and what else the mask was sometimes used for (other than the mask that DOOM wore). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, we hear from Kurious Jorge, Kadi, Ben Klingon and Young Guru, as they share how DOOM moved from NY to DC and how Howard University played a key and pivotal role in the creation of his music, his signature style, his debut album and how DOOM wanted the world to see him moving forward.  They discuss how his trip to DC could have cost him his freedom and a life behind bars, before he would ever have a life of rhymes and bars! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
As ZEV LOVE X deals with the loss of his brother DJ Subroc and the loss of his recording contract with Elektra, ZEV LOVE X begins his migration from Long Beach to Harlem.  He begins to make a new family (The CM Fam) led by Kurious Jorge, Kadi, and the men who held him down creatively and emotionally in Apartment 6G.   The importance of the artistry and camaraderie of those men and woman helped formulate his next move.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Zev Love X comes home from tour and is hit with not only the loss of his brother Subroc (killed in a hit and run accident), but creative differences with Elektra Records throw turmoil into his professional life.  With the help of his new found family uptown, know as the “CM Fam," Zev Love X begins to rebuild his life and his career, but with a new viewpoint… and a new name.  In this episode we hear from friends and family on Doom's mental and emotional state and how the transformation to MF Doom begins.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
KMD and the Elektra Records Rap groups go on tour and the group starts to finds their way. Brand Nubian and Leaders Of The New School all share how KMD and the group members being to change and evolve. While continuing to work on the next album and work on themselves, tragedy strikes when DJ Subroc is killed. This tragedy shakes Zev Love X to his core and his life begins to turn. Friends and family share their personal view of that time as well as their memories of the wake, the funeral, and of Doom after the loss of his brother. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
3rd Bass and KMD are now signed and music is flowing.  KMD, being recently signed to Elektra records starts to promote their debut album, Mr Hood.  Elektra Records in 1990 had one of the strongest hip hop rosters with artists like Del Tha Funky Homosapien, Leaders Of The New School, and Brand Nubian.  KMD hits the road and experiences life on the road. Some of their fellow Elektra records artists share their experiences of their time on the road with KMD, and their transformation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, we dig deeper into the relationship between M.C. Serch and the GYP (The Get Yourz Posse).  Take a ride with us to Long Beach, New York, and hear how this little beach town became the center of Serch’s life. DOOM and Subroc’s crib was where the formation of all their biggest ideas and master plans were conceptualized. Along with Ahmed’s basement, directly across the street, this little area was where the GYP and KMD was birthed. Hip hop, along with the help of Islam, helped these young minds develop a strong sense of self and a viewpoint that played a crucial part in their music and the development of their individual personalities. This episode also looks into the evolution of KMD and Onyx -The Birthstone Kid (Last living member of KMD) Onyx shares his memories of bonding with his brothers for the first time, and tells the story of how a vicious dog played a key role in all of their paths crossing. We also hear the tale of how a trip in a car to the local mall bore a well-known saying in pop culture, still used to this day. New episodes of "Did I Ever Tell You The One About... MF DOOM" drop every Monday! Available wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In the first episode, we take it back to Summer 2021. MF DOOM’s block is being posthumously named after him and his group KMD and it’s here where we take it back to Doom’s beginnings first in England, then all the way to Long Island, with commentary from his brother Dimbaza and Sister Tanjie, along with loved ones who knew DOOM aka Daniel Dumile, best. M.C. Serch also shares how he met and formed a bond with Doom that spanned 2 decades with this irrefutable legend of hip hop.  For the first time ever, get a look into how DOOM's upbringing and New York misadventures created this unique and irreplaceable artist. We also hear how M.C. Serch, already on his way to making a name for himself, makes DOOM a promise he would keep. New episodes of "Did I Ever Tell You The One About... MF DOOM" drop every Monday! Available wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Timeless Podcast Company presents Season 2 of the documentary podcast series "Did I Ever Tell You the One About…” This season takes an in-depth and personal look at the life and career of rapper MF DOOM going back to his early days as Zev Love X and his first group KMD, to his return as the enigmatic, emcee with the signature mask. MF DOOM or simply DOOM, was a British-American rapper and record producer. Known best for his intricate wordplay, signature metal mask, and "supervillain" stage persona, Dumile became a major figure of underground hip hop and alternative hip hop in the 2000s. He remained an influential figure in the landscape until his untimely death on October 31, 2020. Set to release one-year after his passing, this 10 episode season features stories from family, friends and a who’s who of hip-hop legends… all told in immersive sound design with Doom’s music providing the soundtrack. New episodes of "Did I Ever Tell You The One About... MF DOOM" drop every Monday, available wherever you listen to podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rory and MAL are BACK, and on a brand new podcast network called More Sauce. Come kick it with the boys and sit back with casual, hilarious, and real conversations between two best friends. The guys are the same, but they’re bringing new stories, new laughs, and of course, new random hot takes that no one asked for. And for anyone new to the show, expect to hear about Hip Hop, fashion, sports, relationships, and The Culture at large. New Rory & MAL is out now! Listen on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, or wherever you find your favorite podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode we speak with Tom Brown, head of Lex Records in London. MF Doom signed with Lex Records in 2003, where he released four incredible albums, which included collaborations with Danger Mouse, J Dilla, Bishop Nehru, Janeiro Jarel, Ghostface Killah and Thom Yorke. Tom was the man at the helm at Lex and worked closely with Doom all the years he was there, although it took a while for them to actually meet face to face. He reflects fondly on the ups and downs, as well as, the opportunity to not only have worked with him for many years, but also of the bond they shared. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Meteor Man, Gunmen and Posse all showed Kane had acting chops in movies.  Unfortunately, Kane himself had proven to be his own worst enemy.  After his time in Hollywood was over, Kane went back to Warner Brothers and found himself contemplating his future with the label.  He realized he wasn't as focused on his last couple of albums.  Either way he was happy he met and worked with all the artists he did during that time, including Madonna.  Who happened to be working on a new book... Additional commentary by Drip, Lionel Martin, Ralph McDaniels, Mister Cee and Little Daddy Shane Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Kane continues to push the envelope of Hip Hop by merging it with R&B and working with the legendary Patti LaBelle.  After touring with Patti, Kane took notes of what he could incorporate within his show once again proving he was more than a Hip Hop artist, he was an artist period.  He goes out on his 1st headlining tour with Digital Underground, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte & 3rd Bass.  Memories of backstage water gun fights and building with a young Tupac Shakur are takeaways from these more innocent times. Additional commentary by Drip, AB. Money and Mister Cee Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
From 1990 to 1991 Kane released two more albums, "Taste Of Chocolate" and "Prince Of Darkness".  On the first, Kane worked with unique artists such as Malcolm X's daughter Gamilah Shabazz and Rudy Ray Moore aka Dolemite.  Kane was now at a point in his career where he was able to reach out to the artists that he grew up idolizing.  Artists like Barry White who he found he had much in common.  On "Prince Of Darkness", the posse cut "Come On Down" was to have a different line up.  Luckily Q-Tip was there to fill the gap. Additional commentary by Mister Cee and Cutmaster Cool V Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Touring the world opened up Kane's eyes that he had a wider audience.  On "It's A Big Daddy Thing", Kane wanted to tap into that audience.  The creation of songs like "Smooth Operator", "Warm It Up, Kane", "Young, Gifted And Black" and "I Get The Job Done" not only have hilarious stories behind them, but also were made to show the growth of Kane as an artist.  Kane's popularity was expanding and it wasn't just amongst his fans.  He was now being called on for features by fellow musicians such as Rick James and Quincy Jones. Additional commentary by Mister Cee. Cutmaster Cool V and AB. Money Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Comments (2)

ron jones

as a kane fan this is heaven

May 9th

Fern y

I need that grand master caz at the end tho where can i get that !!

May 5th
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