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LP, "Do It The Way You Feel It"
"One Bad Sista"
( Medusas LIVE set @ Pitzer Colllege)
"Underground Crewed"
(Collaboration with Other West Coast female Emcee's)
Single, "Pimps Down. Flo's Up" & "La Mujer"



In one of the rooms in the hip-hop culture house engraved on the walls is a live account of the #1 Super Soul Sista, who has the blessing to be dubbed “the Angela Davis of hip-hop.” Starting off Emceeing as a 16- year old pop-locker, Medusa continues to cultivate hip-hop seeds across the country in unprecedented numbers. The love of hip-hop encouraged her to follow higher callings than her knowing. Pop-lockin with the groove-atrons gave her talents a platform to win the Beset Female Dancer in the 1st Hip Hop Dance Awards at The Paladium and the Rap Sheet Emcee World Championship. Medusa’s diversity goes unchallenged as she has been compared to a medley of amazing artist, including, Gil-Scott Heron for their ways of expressing the revolutionary state of mind, Chuck D. (imagine a female Chuck D.), Lauren Hill for having the ability to posses an international talent in the voice world and like the Game, who’s a versatile heavy hitter on speaking his life’s truth’s, Medusa gives you the key to real truth and allows you to feel it and even though the comparisons could go on, Medusa is on a Goddess list of her own. You will find no other who will bring it to you like this, someone’s music that makes you feel strong, proud, and encourages with the manner of ONE Love.
Coming up in the LA scene, she honed her skills at the Good Life café and Leimert Park’s “Project Blowed” Workshop, around Freestyle Fellowship, Black Eye Peas, Macy Grey, and Xzibit, being the first in the LA hip hop scene with a live band. After blessing her already growing fans with her EP, “Do It The Way You Feel It”, Medusa gained an even stronger fan base overseas, in the country, on college campuses across the nation, and has virtually become a guru to the underground hip-hop scene and artistic community. She is respected and adored as a Queen to the word and power of her music and what she stands for, not just the fact that she’s the undisputed Queen of West Coast underground hip-hop.
Medusa has shared the stage with lyrical heavyweights KRS-ONE, George Clinton, Dead Prez, Public Enemy, Blackalicious, Erykah Badu, Roy Ayers, Dilated Peoples, Speech, Common, Pharoahe Monch, Meshell Ndeegeocello, Fishbone, MC Lyte, Bahamadia, and Blk Thought of the Roots. That’s not even including the blow up in Honolulu for the “Girl Fest,” a festival that dedicated an entire day honoring Medusa and her accomplishments in music. Medusa performed at Bruce Willi’s annual Christmas show where she brought in the New Years with Talib Quali, Shante Moore and Kenny Latamor.
Last year MEDUSA shared the mic with Stevie Wonder, Dave Hollister, Charlie Tune of Jurassic 5, and Super Natural. She has earned herself a gold album in Japan with Spiritual People, a project in collaboration with Arrested Development’s Speech. She has also received a Grammy with the band Ozomatlu and LA Weekly has voted MEDUSA “BEST HIP-HOP ARTIST” two years in a row. MEDUSA completed the beats for peace tour with Slum Village, Pharoahe Monch, Anwar Superstar, The Jazz and Hip-hop Orchestra, Super Natural, and Cee-Lo. The Year before that she was a t the Bumper Shot with De La Soul, Macy Gray, Common, and the Black Eyed Peas in Seattle, Washington. Selling out at every venue and killing the mic on every stage, holding it down independent-indie style hasn’t been hard when you’re doing it for the love of music, the reason and unity.
MEDUSA’s skills are not limited to music. She has played her behind the scene talent in film scoring, soundtrack production and acting. Such credits include “Life Is A Traffic Jam,” featuring the late Tupac Shakur, in Vondi Curtis’s film “Gridlock” and in the sitcom “Moesha" where MEDUSA made an impact on the world as Lady Lunatic. She wrote, produced, and performed “My Momma Raised a G” for the HBO film “Stranger Inside in which she played the role of Leisha, and doing voice overs in “Sistas N The City” playing as Athena. She is also a motivational speaker, being asked to give her knowledge and opinion at colleges and seminars on the effect of hip-hop on children, women, in relations to culture and life.

So far this year she killed every city on the “Project Blowed 10th Annual Tour”, is featured on the track, “The Mackin Game” with Teena and Mc Lyte, on Teena Marie’s new album “La Dona” which also features Gerald Levert and Rick James. Finishing the hot single “Pimps Down Flo’s Up” for the West Coast Legendary Project featuring Snoop Dogg, Lady of Rage, and E-40, performing at the Music fest NW hip-hop conference,
Live @ the OP, her accomplishments go on…………

Fans are looking for more and almost demanding that her music reaches for all the world to hear, MEDUSA is blessing that wish by working on her fist mixed tape “Meow Mix” to you get you ready for her hard hitting album “Alley Cat Serenade”, both projects will be the first projects marketed as main stream coming from a legendary new artist, backed by her prior projects that already have