And so it has come to pass that in the wake of a slew of discontinued projects and unfulfilled collaborations, more iterations of t-shirts, sneakers, and artisanal socks emblazoned with the MF DOOM mask have been produced over the last few years than actual music. In a complete inversion of the original intention behind the heavy headgear, the silhouette of DOOM’s mask has become its own sort of brand—a transformation made even more unsavory as year after year it seems less likely that DOOM will resurface as an active rapper instead of remaining a recycled product.
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