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[Album Stream] Listen to JJ Doom's 'Butter Edition' of 'Keys to the Kuffs', Including Remixes from Clams Casino, Thom Yorke and Beck

Refresher: JJ Doom = MF Doom and Jneiro Jarel. Last year, they released the fantastic Keys to the Kuffs, a collaboration that paired Doom's bizarre lyricism and Jarel's dark, outlandish production. Exactly one year later, on August 20th, Lex Records will be releasing the "Butter Edition" of the album, featuring reworked versions of tracks, new guest verses (including Del the Funky Homosapien) as well as remixes from the likes of Thom Yorke, Clams Casino, Beck and Dave Sitek. Stream the whole album below and pre-order it here.

[Watch] JJ DOOM - "Guv'nor" (Official Video)

The just-released Keys To The Kuffs, the collaborative album between Jneiro Jarel and DOOM, now has its first official video, and in rare form it's DOOM taking up all the screen time. The video for "Guv'nor" sees DOOM smashing chairs, riding a BMX, and spending way too much time in a vacant warehouse, but the most interesting thing about the video is how it was shot. Using a mirror-image film style, the video makes DOOM's rather mundane movements and actions seem way more exciting and trippy. Watch it above.

JJ DOOM's Keys To The Kuffs is out now via Lex Records.

[Listen] JJ DOOM - 'Keys To The Kuffs' (Full Album Stream)

Yesterday, we brought you 2 new tracks from Jneiro Jarel and (MF) DOOM's upcoming album under the JJ DOOM moniker, Key To The Kuffs. Now, thanks to Lex Records and the Guardian, you can listen to the full album in its entirety before it releases in the UK next Monday/Tuesday for the US. DOOM is back with his classic raps over production from Jneiro Jarel aka Dr. Who Dat? and features guest spots from Blur/Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn as well as Portishead's Beth Gibbons and also features new version of the previous Radiohead co-produced track "Retarded Fren."

Peep the album below and head over to the Guardian to check out their review and interview with Doom for the new album.

[Listen] Hear 2 New Tracks From JJ Doom's Debut LP 'Keys To The Kuffs'

With Jneiro Jarel and DOOM's collaborative album coming up around the corner the duo known as JJ DOOM let loose previews of 2 new tracks from their upcoming debut album Keys To The Kuffs. Check out a live performance of the track "Winter Blues" taken from the BBC Radio 4 show, Loose Ends in which Doom rips over live instrumentation.

And if that doesn't satisfy your DOOM musical appetite, peep another track from the album titled "Rhymin Slang" which originally debuted on Lex Records' compilation album Complex 10 as a remix by Dave Sitek of TV on The Radio.

Now i'm sure that along with the other 2 previous tracks "Banished" and "GUV'NOR" should be more than enough to hold you over til the release of the JJ DOOM album. If not, you greedy bastard, you'll have to wait until the album is released next week.

[Listen] JJ Doom - "GUV'NOR"

Earlier this year, we got our first taste of JJ Doom, the collaboration between the masked menace MF Doom and rapper Jneiro Jarel, with the song "Banished". The song is set to feature on the pair's collaborative LP Key to the Kuff, which is set to drop next month, and now we have another cut from the soon-to-be-released long play. "GUV'NOR" offers solid delivery from Jarel and fantastic instrumentals from MF Doom, although if you know what to expect from Doom then there won't be many surprises here. Still, it's a great track. Stream it below.

Key to the Kuff is out on August 21st via Lex Records.

[Listen] JJ Doom - "Banished"

The masked menace known as DOOM has teamed up with rapper Jneiro Jarel for a project known as as JJ DOOM and another track has hit the net via Pitchfork and it's titled "Banished" and follows up a track that hit "Rhymin’ Slang", which Dave Sitek actually ended up remixing. So there's that. The pair have now come together to put out an LP later in the year titled Key to the Kuffs. Although their aren't many deets regarding the album it's due out in May on Lex Records. Give "Banished" a spin below.