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Daniel Dumile was born on the 9th January 1971 in London, England, however his family roots trace back to Zimbabwe and Trinidad. The world knows him best under his performing name MF Doom, British singer and songwriter. Over the course of his career, Daniel has released more than 15 albums on his own, however, adding to his net worth, he has also collaborated with other notable hip-hop and rap artists such as, Jneiro Jarel, Danger Mouse, Bishop Nehru among others.
Have you ever wondered how rich Daniel Dumile is? According to sources, it is estimated that Daniele Dumile`s overall net worth is $1 million, an amount garnered through his successful career in the music industry.
Daniel Dumile Net Worth $1 Million
Daniel was born in London, however, while still a child, Dumile family moved to Long Island, New York USA. In 1988, under the stage name Zev love X, he formed the hip hop group KMD together with his brother, who adopted nickname DJ Subroc and an MC who called himself Rodan, however Rodan war replaced later by Onyx the Birthstone Kid. A few months after its inception, the group signed with the Elektra Records in 1988, however, their first album was released in 1991 entitled “Mr. Hood”. In 1993, it was scheduled for their second album “Black Bastards” to be released; however, the group was waved from the Elektra Records, due to the controversial album cover. Furthermore, Dumile`s brother DJ Subrock was killed in a car accident, what made Daniel to isolate himself from the media and music in the whole. Nevertheless, he came back in 1998, under new nickname MF Doom and in 1999 he released debut album as a solo artist “Operation Doomsday”. With the beginning of the 2000s, his representation in the music industry gradually grew, and the name of MF Doom, has become widely known. In 2001 he began to collaborate with Prince Paul, a disc jockey, producing the debut album of the rapper MC Paul Barman. In 2003, Daniel released another album, this time under the nickname King Geedorah, entitled “Take Me To Your Leader”. The album was his second as a solo artist.
In 2004, he teamed up with DJ Madlib, releasing an album “Madvillainy”, which revealed Daniel to mainstream scene, as the album garnered positive critics and reviews.
In 2005, Daniel`s net worth increased as he gained more mainstream exposure with a release of the album “The Mouse And The Mask”, which was a collaboration with musician Danger Mouse. The two artists teamed up in a hip-hop duo Danger Doom, releasing the aforementioned album, for which they received the PLUG Independent Music award for the Best Hip Hop Album Of The Year, and an EP “Occult Hymn” released in 2006, before they decided to go separate ways.
In the next years, Daniel continued with his practice of changing nicknames with every album he releases, in 2012 he released the album “Key To The Kuffs” as JJ Doom, in collaboration with Jneiro Jarel. In 2014, he formed another duo, NehruvianDoom, this time with fellow rapper Bishop Nehru, releasing an album the same year “NehruvianDOOM”.
Adding to his net worth, Daniel has released a number of instrumental albums entitled “Special Herbs” from volume 1 to volume 9, from 2001 to 2005.
His latest work in the music industry includes collaboration with Ghostface Killah, a member of the famous rap group Wu-Tang Clan, on the album “Swift And Changeable”, scheduled for a release in 2015.
When it comes to his personal life, since he began to perform under the name MF Doom, he was referred to as a man behind the Iron Mask. In the media, he has also known for a number of controversies, besides changing his stage names, he has also sent stunts to perform in his name. Other than that, fairly little is known about his personal life.
|Full Name||MF Doom|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||January 9, 1971|
|Place Of Birth||London, United Kingdom|
|Profession||Rapper, Music Producer|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Siblings||Subroc, Markham Temple|
|Nicknames||Zev Luv X , M.F. Doom , Viktor Vaughn , MF DOOM , King Geedorah , Zev Love X , Metal Fingers , Viktor Vaughan , Victor Vaughn , The Super Villain|
|Record Labels||Stones Throw Records|
|Music Groups||Madvillain (Since 2002), KMD (1988 – 1993), DangerDoom (Since 2005), JJ Doom, Monsta Island Czars|
|1||Lyrics contains many references to comic books and Japanese kaiju films|
|2||Always wears a metal mask when performing|
|1||His character King Geedorah is based on King Ghidorah from _San daikaijû: Chikyu saidai no kessen (1964)_|
|2||His character MF DOOM is based on the comic book character Dr. Doom and is also a play on his name (pronounced "DOOM-eh-lay")|
|3||Former member of the hip-hop group KMD which disbanded after the death of member Subroc, Daniel's brother.|
|4||Has collaborated with 'MC Serch', DJ Danger Mouse, MF Grimm, Madlib and Ghostface Killah|
|Master of None||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2015 writer - 1 episode, 2015|
|Grand Theft Auto V||2013||Video Game performer: "Masquatch" - as MF Doom / writer: "Masquatch"|
|Skate 3||2010||Video Game performer: "Gunfight" - as MF Doom|
|Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars||2009||Video Game performer: "Chinatown Wars" / writer: "Chinatown Wars"|
|Mm... Food Drive Tour||2007||Video performer: "Hoe Cakes", "Kon Queso", "Kon Karne", "Beef Rapp", "Dead Bent", "Go With the Flow" / performer: "One Beer", "Accordion", "Meat Grinder" - as MF Doom / producer: "Hoe Cakes", "Kon Karne", "Beef Rapp", "Dead Bent", "Go With the Flow" - as MF Doom / writer: "Hoe Cakes", "Kon Queso", "Kon Karne", "One Beer", "Beef Rapp", "Accordion", "Meat Grinder", "Dead Bent", "Go With the Flow"|
|Car Babes||2006||performer: "Saffron" / writer: "Saffron"|
|Gorillaz: Live in Manchester||2006||TV Special writer: "November Has Come"|
|The Boondocks||TV Series writer - 2 episodes, 2006 performer - 1 episode, 2006|
|Driver: Parallel Lines||2006||Video Game performer: "The Mask"|
|American Wasteland||2005||Video Game performer: "Put Your Quarter Up" - as MF Doom|
|Tony Hawk's Underground||2003||Video Game performer: "It Ain't Nuttin'" - as M.F. Doom / writer: "It Ain't Nuttin'" - as L. Dumille|
|Ken Park||2002||writer: "What a Nigga Know" - as D. Dumile|
|Rap City||2000||TV Series performer: "Peachfuzz" 1991, "Who Me?" 1991 - as Zev Love X / writer: "Peachfuzz" 1991, "Who Me?" 1991 - as Zev Love X|
|Yo! MTV Raps||1988||TV Series performer: "The Gas Face" 1990 - as Zev Love X / writer: "The Gas Face" 1990|
|Perfect Hair Forever||2004-2014||TV Series||Sherman|
|Cheyenne Cinnamon and the Fantabulous Unicorn of Sugar Town Candy Fudge||2010||TV Movie||Big Chocolate Bunny (voice, as MF Doom)|
|Assy McGee||2008||TV Series|
|Mm... Food Drive Tour||2007||Video writer|
|Mm... Food Drive Tour||2007||Video|
|Mm... Food Drive Tour||2007||Video executive producer|
|Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton: This Is Stones Throw Records||2013||Documentary||Himself (as M.F. Doom)|
|Timeless: The Composer/Arranger Series (Arthur Verocai)||2010||Video documentary||Himself - Host (as M.F. Doom)|
|Mm... Food Drive Tour||2007||Video||Himself (as MF Doom)|
|Gorillaz: Live in Manchester||2006||TV Special||Himself - November Has Come (As Doom)|