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American-British rapper

Born: July 13, 1971, London, United Kingdom

Died: October 31, 2020

Full name: Daniel Dumile

Nicknames: King Geedorah, MF DOOM, Metal Face, Metal Fingers, The Villain, Viktor Vaughn, Zev Love X

Birth name Daniel Dumile

Also known as King Geedorah, Metal Fingers, Viktor Vaughn, Zev Love X

Born July 13, 1971 London, England

Origin Long Island, New York, U.S.

Died October 31, 2020 (aged 49)

Genre Hip hop

Occupation Rapper, record producer

Years active 1988-1993, 1997-2020

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Dumile’s worldview was informed by Islam and the Afrocentrism espoused by African-American Muslims.

His parents raised him and his brother as Muslims in the Five-Percent Nation, a religious movement influenced by Islam.

Dumile’s father taught him about pan-African history, including historical figures such as Marcus Garvey and Elijah Muhammad—lessons that he then strove to impart upon his peers.

By the early 1990s, Dumile and the other members of KMD identified as a member of the Ansaar Allah Community, later known as the Nuwaubian Nation.

In their music, the members of KMD professed a religious message based on tenets of Nuwaubianism, which Dumile distinguished from Five-Percent beliefs in an early interview.

In the music video for “Peachfuzz”, Dumile and the other members of KMD wear kufi caps.

By 2000, though he was no longer as strictly observant, Dumile still participated in Nuwaubian events such as the Savior’s Day celebration at the Tama-Re compound in Georgia and held a positive opinion of the community.

Dumile was refused reentry to the United States in late 2010 after completing a European tour.

Although he had lived in the country for most of his life, he never became a naturalized citizen.

He had previously avoided leaving the United States—it had only been his second international tour—but had acquired a British passport prior to the tour.

He had believed he would be able to secure reentry based on his longterm residency and family connections.

The denial of reentry forced Dumile apart from his wife and three children, and for nearly two years he saw them only via video calls or during their brief visits to the United Kingdom.

He was reunited with his family when they moved to London in 2012.

The same year, Dumile said he was “done with the United States”.

In December 2017, Dumile announced that his 14-year-old son, King Malachi Ezekiel Dumile, had died.

On December 31, 2020, Dumile’s wife announced on social media that he had died on October 31, aged 49.

His representative confirmed the death. The cause of death was not announced.

Numerous musicians offered tributes, including Danny Brown, Denzel Curry, DJ Premier, El-P, Flying Lotus, Ghostface Killah, JPEGMafia, Busta Rhymes, Noname, Joey Bada$$, Talib Kweli, Lupe Fiasco, Aesop Rock, Homeboy Sandman, Q-Tip, Playboi Carti, Questlove, Tyler, the Creator, and Thom Yorke.