Daniel Dumile, best known by his stage name MF Doom was a renowned English hip-hop recording artist and record producer. The rapping prodigy basked in success with his “super villain” appearance on stage and mind-blogging lyrics. The wizard of the pop industry has dropped 11 studio albums, 10 instrumental albums, several singles, and produced a number of singles and albums, ever since his inception in the music world. On October 31, 2020, Dumile died at the age of 49.
|Birth Name||Daniel Dumile|
|Nickname||MF Doom, Doom|
|Date of Birth||July 13, 1971|
|Place of Birth||London, England|
|Date of Death||October 31, 2020|
|Ethnicity||Trinidadian and Zimbabwean|
- Father – Unknown (Zimbabwean father)
- Mother – Unknown ( Trinidadian mother)
- Siblings – DJ Subroc (Younger Brother) (Died on 23 April 1993 )
Mf Doom Personal Life
He was married to Jasmine until his death in 2020. They had 3 children and it was revealed in December 2017 that their 14-year-old son, King Malachi Ezekiel Dumile, had died.
|Height||Feet – 5 feet 3 inches|
Centimeters – 160 cm
Meters – 1.6 m
|Weight||Kilograms – 57 kg|
Pounds – 125 lbs
In 1999, Daniel Dumile released his first solo album, Operation: Doomsday. He featured on the covers of the album wearing a mask and since then, he performs on the stage wearing the mask.
He hasn’t endorsed any brands.
Daniel Dumile Net worth
MF DOOM is an inimitable figure in the hip hop industry having an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. The majority of his earnings were from his rapping career, producing songs, stage performances, and world tours.
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Daniel Dumile Facts
Born in England, he was brought up in long Island, New York. Even though he spent much of his life in the United States, he hasn’t gained American citizenship yet.
He created KMD by means of ZEvLov X along with his brother DJ Subroc and MC named Rodan in 1988. They released a couple of albums, and after his brother’s demise in 1993, he left the group and was on hiatus until 1997.
His first rap name was MC Dan.
In 1997, Dumile began freestyling incognito at open-mic events at the Nuyorican Poets Café in Manhattan, obscuring his face by putting a woman’s stocking over his head.
He established a name for himself in the pop world, MF Doom, patterned after and wearing a mask similar to that of Marvel Comics super-villain Doctor Doom.
He is heavily inspired by poet and novelist Charles Bukowski.
Doom’s first commercial breakthrough came in 2004, with the album Madvillainy, created with producer Madlib under the group name Madvillain. Released by Stones Throw Records, the album was a critical and commercial success.
Dumile has dropped several studio albums and instrumentals.
He has collaborated with Nike SB and Clarks Originals to create his own pair of shoes.
In 2010, DOOM was denied entry into America, to which he replied, “I’m done with the United States. It’s no big deal.”
MF DOOM is good friends with Kanye West, who was featured on a remix of “Gazzillion Ear.”