The hype continues to grow around Bishop Nehru and MF Doom’s impending collaborative record, NehruvianDOOM, largely thanks to Nehru’s unrelenting twitter feed.
Early last month, Nehru informed us that “NEHRUVIANDOOM is no longer an EP and it’s officially going to be an Album” and in an interview HipHopDX yesterday, he explained that the project is indeed, in its final stages.
The Canadian prodigy has been turning heads since his 2012 mixtape debut, Nehruvia and last year’s StrictlyFlowz only furthered the buzz prompting co-signs from Peter Rosenberg and DJ Semtex. Since then, he’s received praise from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Nas and Wu-Tang.
It’s these events that ultimately lead to Nehru being approached by the most elusive man in the game; a privilege that few multiplatinum rappers or producers could afford, let alone a 17-year-old living in Rockland County, New York.
FYI: Nehru took to Twitter on Sunday saying that he intends to release another solo EP before NehruvianDOOM drops; a testament to the prolific nature in which he produces and releases beats.