Probably one of HipHop's most reclusive emcees alive known primarily as MF Doom and a mastermind of a prouducer. He links up with Adidas in London to talk about his experiences as a graffiti artist.
Describing the UK’s capital city as, “an artistic community with all types of eclectic things,” Doom reminisces upon his days selecting the right spot for his artwork, and explains how graffiti depends upon cooperation between both sides of the human brain. Fans may be surprised to see Doom deviating from music, but he appears to bring forth the same level of precision for his visual artwork as he does for his audio masterpieces.
Watch the full interview below, and the finished piece seen in the video can be seen at the Shoreditch Art Wall at 17-19 Great Eastern Street in London.