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'''Otis Jackson, Jr.''' (born 24 October 1973), better known by his stage name '''Madlib''', is an American DJ, record producer, and rapper. Known under many pseudonyms, he is one of the most prolific and critically acclaimed [[Hip hop music|hip hop]] producers of the 2000s and has collaborated with many hip hop musicians, such as [[MF DOOM]] (as [[Madvillain]]) and the late [[J Dilla]] (as Jaylib). Madlib has described himself as a "DJ first, producer second, and MC last", and he has done several projects as a DJ, mixer, or remixer.
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'''Otis Jackson, Jr.''' (born 24 October 1973), better known by his stage name '''Madlib''', is an American DJ, record producer, and rapper. Known under many pseudonyms, he is one of the most prolific and critically acclaimed [[Hip hop music|hip hop]] producers of the 2000s and has collaborated with many hip hop musicians, such as [[MF DOOM]] (as [[Madvillain]]) and the late [[J Dilla]] (as Jaylib). Madlib has described himself as a "DJ first, producer second, and MC last".
 
==Partial discography==
 
==Partial discography==
 
''Main article: [[Madlib discography]]''
 
''Main article: [[Madlib discography]]''
 
*1999: ''[[Soundpieces: Da Antidote]]'' (with [[Wildchild]] and [[DJ Romes]] as [[Lootpack]])
 
*1999: ''[[Soundpieces: Da Antidote]]'' (with [[Wildchild]] and [[DJ Romes]] as [[Lootpack]])
 
*2000: ''[[The Unseen]]'' (as [[Quasimoto]])
 
*2000: ''[[The Unseen]]'' (as [[Quasimoto]])
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*2003: ''[[Shades of Blue]]''
 
*2003: ''[[Champion Sound]]'' (with [[J Dilla]] as Jaylib)
 
*2003: ''[[Champion Sound]]'' (with [[J Dilla]] as Jaylib)
 
*2004: ''[[Madvillainy]]'' (with [[MF DOOM]] as [[Madvillain]])
 
*2004: ''[[Madvillainy]]'' (with [[MF DOOM]] as [[Madvillain]])
 
*2005: ''[[The Further Adventures of Lord Quas]]'' (as [[Quasimoto]])
 
*2005: ''[[The Further Adventures of Lord Quas]]'' (as [[Quasimoto]])
 
*2007: ''[[Liberation]]'' (with [[Talib Kweli]])
 
*2007: ''[[Liberation]]'' (with [[Talib Kweli]])
*2008: ''[[WLIB AM: King of the Wiglfip]]''
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*2008: ''[[WLIB AM: King of the Wigflip]]''
 
*2013: ''[[Yessir Whatever]]'' (as [[Quasimoto]])
 
*2013: ''[[Yessir Whatever]]'' (as [[Quasimoto]])
 
*2014: ''[[Piñata]]'' (with [[Freddie Gibbs]])
 
*2014: ''[[Piñata]]'' (with [[Freddie Gibbs]])

Revision as of 10:08, January 1, 2015

Madlib
Madlib

Birth name

Otis Jackson, Jr.

Also known as

Quasimoto, DJ Rels

Born

24 October 1973 (age 40)

Origin

Oxnard, California, United States

Genres

Hip hop

Occupations

DJ, record producer, rapper

Years active

1993-present

Labels

Stone Throw, Madlib Invazion, Blue Note

Associated acts

Freddie Gibbs, J Dilla, Lootpack, Madvillain, Quasimoto, Strong Arm Steady

Otis Jackson, Jr. (born 24 October 1973), better known by his stage name Madlib, is an American DJ, record producer, and rapper. Known under many pseudonyms, he is one of the most prolific and critically acclaimed hip hop producers of the 2000s and has collaborated with many hip hop musicians, such as MF DOOM (as Madvillain) and the late J Dilla (as Jaylib). Madlib has described himself as a "DJ first, producer second, and MC last".

Partial discography

Main article: Madlib discography

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