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Push Comes to Shove

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Not great but certainly not bad.

The beats are all solid for the most part, but the problem lies with them not matching up with MED's flows, but when they do! OH BOY!! Some real bangers on here and if your a fan of Madlib and Dillas production you'll be happy. MED is more than capable and this album is a good first effort. Overall I felt it but there was a little room for improvement.

Jeans and Kites! Mug of Butter!

I love this guy. His flow is sick. I mean, he is original and his form totally disregards the usual structure of a rap song. Some songs were kind of hard to swallow at first. Here are the songs I liked from the start: Can't Hold On, Special, Push, So Real. I choose this MC as my new contender against any other rapper. I am sorry, but I will have to retire Kool Keith for the time being. Maybe you agree or disagree! Thanks for reading.

another banger from stone throws

meds flow is all about stressing the last word, sounds cheesy at first but dont sleep, with beats provided by madlib, oh no , and jaydilla!!

Biography

Born: Oxnard, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Growing up in Oxnard, California with many other artists who ended up on the Stones Throw label, Nick Rodriguez, aka Medaphoar (and later, MED), grew up in a musical family, and by age nine he was freestyling to entertain his parents. By junior high he was writing his own rhymes, and by high school he was something of a local celebrity. Looking for beats one day, Medaphoar went to the house of Otis Jackson Jr., or Madlib, who was impressed by the MC's skills and invited him into his crew, Lootpack,...
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