Wednesday, 23 June 2010

King Geedorah - Take Me To Your Leader

Take Me To Your Leader by King Geedorah is an incredible example of hip-hop. King Geedorah is one of the many alter-egos of Daniel Dumile a.k.a. MF DOOM. Regarding the album, Dumile says:

"You should listen to the album for what it is and not expect it to be like the average "rap" stuff you’re probably used to. Geedorah is a space monster. He's not from the Earth. I made it different on purpose. A blend of ill lyrics and instrumentals. To me its way iller than any of the wack shit out now... This whole album is Geedorah's alien perspective on humans. This is done intentionally to show the listener a mirror image of his/herself and the way we see each other. On the album we cover different subjects ranging from race issues to the neglect of children. Some might find the word "Nigger" offensive, or the line about the young girl not being able to read maybe considered a "bad taste" joke. All these insecurities are within us."


  1. King Geedorah, take me to your leader
    Quick to claim that he not no snake like, "Me neither"
    They need to take a breather
    He been rhyming longer than Sigmund the sea creature
    Been on Saturday feature -- pleased to meet cha'

    gotta love that doom flow

  2. word! i always imagined the first line to be "king geedorah, take me to your leader-ah" haha.


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