Otis Jackson, Jr.
Discography of Madlib:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Bunky's Pick / 6 Variations Of In The Rain||3||2001-08-07||Stones Throw Records|
|2||Bunky's Pick / 6 Variations Of In The Rain||3||2001|
|3||Shades Of Blue||16||2003||Blue Note|
|4||Tracks From Shades Of Blue - Madlib Invades Blue Note||3||2003||Blue Note|
|5||Shades Of Blue||16||2003-06-24||Blue Note|
|6||Slim's Return||4||2003||Blue Note|
|7||Madvillainy||24||2004-03-19||Stones Throw Records|
|8||Madlib Remixes 2 - 1980s Saturday Morning Edition||27||2004||No Label Records & 8 Track Tapes Inc.|
|9||Madlib Remixes||15||2000||No Label Records & 8 Track Tapes Inc.|
|10||Dj Rels Mix + Bonus Tracks||4||2004||Stones Throw Records|
|11||Blunted In The Bomb Shelter Mix||47||2002||Antidote|
|12||Steppin' Again / Mindgames (Sneaky Pete Edit)||2||2004-12-00|
|13||Madlib Invazion||6||2000||Stones Throw Records|
|14||Blunted In The Bomb Shelter EP||6||2002||Antidote|
|15||Vol. 1: Movie Scenes||18||2005-09-13||Stones Throw Records|
|16||Vol. 2: Movie Scenes, The Sequel||19||2006-03-21||Stones Throw Records|
|17||Vol. 1-2: Movie Scenes||37||2006-03-21||Stones Throw Records|
|18||Blunted In The Bomb Shelter||16||2002||Antidote|
|19||Take It Back / Clap Your Hands||6||2006||Stones Throw Records|
|20||Mind Fusion Vol. 2||3||2004||Mind Fusion|
|21||The Message / LAX To JFK||2||2002||Not On Label|
|22||Mind Fusion Vol. 1||26||2004||Mind Fusion|
|24||Mind Fusion Vol. 5||2||2006||Mind Fusion|
|26||Vol. 4: Beat Konducta In India (Raw Ground Wire Hump)||18||2007||Stones Throw Records|
|27||Theme For Fergus||2||2003|
|28||Madlib Remixes 2||27||2004||No Label Records & 8 Track Tapes Inc.|
|29||Take It Back||7||2006||Stones Throw Records|
|30||Vol. 5: Dil Cosby Suite||21||2008-11-00||Stones Throw Records|
|31||Slim's Return||4||2003||Blue Note|
|32||WLIB AM: King Of The Wigflip||24||2008-09-25||Rapster Records|
|33||WLIB AM: King Of The Wigflip||24||2008||Rapster Records|
|34||Vol. 6: Dil Withers Suite||20||2008||Stones Throw Records|
|35||Go! / Gamble On Ya Boy||2||2008||Rapster Records|
|36||Speto Da Rua - Dirty Brasilian Crates Volume 1||3||2008-11-00||Mochilla|
|37||Head Lock||5||2001||Battle Axe Records|
|38||WLIB AM: King Of The Wigflip||19||2008||Rapster Records|
|39||Beat Konducta In Africa||43||2010-03-23||Madlib Invazion|
|40||Beat Konducta In Africa||43||2010-03-23||Madlib Invazion|
|41||Beat Konducta In Africa||37||2010-03-23||Madlib Invazion|
|42||420 Chalice All-Stars||9||2010-04-20||Madlib Invazion|
|43||History Of The Loop Digga, 1990-2000||34||2010-05-23||Madlib Invazion|
|44||History Of The Loop Digga, 1990-2000||45||2010-05-27||Madlib Invazion|
|45||The Brain Wreck Show||9||2010-06-22||Madlib Invazion|
|47||History Of The Loop Digga, 1990-2000||34||2010-07-00||Madlib Invazion|
|48||High Jazz||21||2010-07-27||Madlib Invazion|
|49||High Jazz||15||2010-07-27||Madlib Invazion|
|50||High Jazz||15||2010||Madlib Invazion|
Born: October 24, 1973, Oakland, California
Multi-genre producer, MC, instrumentalist, and avid crate digger and record collector. Son of soul singer Otis Jackson Sr., older brother of Oh No, and nephew of jazz trumpeter Jon Faddis.
From the unlikely beach town of Oxnard, 40 miles north of Los Angeles, the multi-dimensional Madlib quickly rose to prominence as one of the most interesting figures in late-'90s hip-hop. With his childhood buddies in the Lootpack, Madlib quickly made a name for himself as a rapper, producer, and DJ. In particular, his expansive style and deft touch for composition made him one of hip-hop's most sought-after producers. An enthusiastic crate digger, with a deep reverence for jazz and soul, Madlib branched out into a number of ambitious, engaging solo projects.
Along with DJ Romes and Wild Child, Madlib formed the Lootpack in their hometown of Oxnard. The trio made their debut on tha Alkaholiks' 21 and Over in 1993. They continued doing work for tha Alkaholiks and other artists before releasing their full-length Soundpieces: Da Antidote six years later. The album earned solid reviews but went largely unnoticed. Madlib did not, however. After hooking up with Los Angeles DJ Peanut Butter Wolf, Madlib did a lot of production for Wolf's Stones Throw label. In 1999 the label released Quasimoto's astonishing The Unseen LP. Doubling as himself and his alter ego Quasimoto, Madlib handled vocals and production duties on the album, a huge critical success.
Not resting on his laurels, Madlib followed The Unseen a year later with his Yesterday's New Quintet project. Madlib played all the instruments himself, infusing his exploration of jazz with both style and substance.
While continuing on with a massive release schedule and work load, Madlib completed a remix/reinterpretation project for Blue Note, a collaboration with Jay Dee under the Jaylib alias, a collaboration with MF Doom, produced 1/2 of fellow Lootpack member Wildchild's solo record and many other remix and producer tasks all in 2003.
With each year Madlib has continued to expand his abilities beyond the core hip hop that he is known for.