MF Doom Net worth, Money and More
NET WORTH: 1 Million ( estimated)
MF Doom is an American underground Hip Hop artist. His real name is Daniel Dumile. He is known for his eccentric stage persona and lyrics. He has adopted many names such as Danger Doom, JJ Doom and Mad Villain in his career. He was born on January 9 1971 in London, England. His mother is a Trinidadian and father a Zimbabwean. His family moved to New York when he was young. He got raised in Long Island.
As Zev Love X, he formed a rap trio named KMD. It also included his younger brother DJ Subroc and MC Rodan. Rodan soon left the group and was replaced by Onyx the Birthstone Kid. They were soon signed to the Elektra records. They released their first album, Mr. Hood. It became a minor hit and many singles became mildly famous on the radio and T.V. His brother was killed in 1993 before the released of their second album ‘Black Bastards’. MF Doom then isolated himself from the world for 4 years. He was nearly homeless living and sleeping on benches. He was angry at the Hip Hop Industry and wanted to retaliate against his brothers death. In 1997, M.F. Doom returned in the Hip Hop scene. He used to freesyle at various events and used to wear a mask. The mask was inspired by the character of a comic book ‘Doctor Doom’. He released his first album after the hiatus in 1999. The album was named ‘Operation Doom’. The album was fully self-produced and received a universal acclaim from the critics. MF Doom became quite popular in the underground hip hop scene and produced many tracks. He released an album named Madvillainy in 2004. It received a universal acclaim from the critics, scoring 93/100 in the Metacritic score. The album achieved some moderate Commercial success. It debuted at #172 on the billboard charts. With this album, MF Doom became a mainstream celebrity. In 2009, It was there in the list of top ten album of 2000s of many magazines. He then released an album named ‘The Mouse and The mask’ under the group name Danger Doom. The Album reached at #41 on the billboard charts. The album received a score of 81/100 which indicates Universal Acclaim. MF Doom also produced the tracks for Ghostface Killah’s album Fishscale and morefish. In 2006, MF Doom released an EP named Occult Hymn. It received moderate reviews and success. MF Doom then released ‘Born like this’ in 2009. It received rave reviews from the critics and was a moderate mainstream success. In 2010, MF Doom released a Gazzillion Ear EP. With the success of these albums, MF Doom had worldwide listeners. He then went to London to perform at various shows. MF Doom also designed themes for the video game ‘Grand theft Auto: China town”. After that MF Doom was denied an American entry. He stated that America had too many legalities. He decided to settle in UK. MF DOOM always wears a mask. Very few unmasked photos of MF DOOM are available on the internet. He and Ghostface Killah are working on a collaborative project which will be released soon.
MF Doom has released at least six 6 dope albums. He has a very strong underground fan-base. He’s known for his witty lyrics. He is an underground celebrity and information about his net worth is not accurate. After analyzing his album sales, we assume it to be $ 1 Million. His albums have been critically acclaimed although they did a moderate mainstream business.
FAMOUS QUOTES BY MF DOOM
“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 and, pause, plays wit it
Kill it, and eat off it for days, kid it”
“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”
“‘Remember me God? clean Timbs with emery board’ he only came to save the game like a memory card ooh shrewd, alot 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 fall”
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 jean 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 citizen on point and alert”