Thom Yorke working with Doom on possible collaborative album

According to reports from Fast Louder, enigmatic rapper Doom in a recent interview with3D World Magazine attested to working with Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke on some duets which could possibly lead to a full length collaboration album from the two artists.

The masked rapper is quoted to have said:

“(I’m) doing some stuff with Thom Yorke… we’re working on some duets, some duet songs and shit. Just like preliminary shit but we’ll probably end up doing a whole record together… he’s cool – he got a lot of ill ass ideas and shit, you know.”

These two have previously worked together on Doom’s 2009 album Born This Way where Thom Yorke provided a remix to the track “Gazzillion Ear” which you can listen to below. In his interview with 3D World Magazine, Doom also confirmed that he was finishing up work with hip-Hop producer Madlib on a new Madvillian album. Thom Yorke on the other hand, after having just released a full length with his band Radiohead – Kings of Limb – released a limited 12″ single with dubstep and electronica artists Burial and Four Tet, “Ego” (B-side: “Mirror”) which has reportedly sold out.

“Gazzillion Ear”:

Source: Fast Louder