MC Paul Barman

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MC Paul Barman
Birth name Paul Nathaniel Barman
Born (1974-10-30) October 30, 1974 (age 40)
Ridgewood, New Jersey
Genres Alternative hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 1998–present
Labels Coup d'État, Wordsound, Matador Records, Househusband
Associated acts Prince Paul, MF Doom, DJ Yoda, Blackalicious, Open Mike Eagle
Website www.mcpaulbarman.com

Paul Nathaniel Barman (born October 30, 1974), better known by his stage name MC Paul Barman, is a Jewish-American rapper from Ridgewood, New Jersey, who attended Brown University.[1] His rapping style makes extensive use of multisyllabic rhymes as well as feminine rhyme.

Career[edit]

MC Paul Barman released the debut EP, It's Very Stimulating, on Wordsound in 2000; it was produced by Prince Paul.[2] His first album, Paullelujah!, was released on Coup d'État in 2002.[3] He released the second album, Thought Balloon Mushroom Cloud, on Househusband in 2009.[4]

He has toured with Blackalicious.[5]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

Singles[edit]

Guest appearances[edit]

  • Deltron 3030 - "Meet Cleofis Randolph the Patriarch" from Deltron 3030 (2000)
  • MF Doom - "Hot Guacamole" from MM..LeftOvers (2000)
  • Mr. Dead - "Chemically Imbalanced" from Metabolics Volume II: Dawn of the Dead (2001)
  • Masta Ace - "Roommates Meet" from Disposable Arts (2001)
  • DJ Yoda - "Salvation Barmy" from How to Cut and Paste Mix Tape Vol.1 (2001)
  • Le Hammond Inferno - "Man from Lafonda (Paul Barman Remix)" from This Is Bungalow (2004)
  • Prince Paul - "Inside Your Mind" and "The Night My Girlfriend Left Me" from Itstrumental (2005)
  • DJ Yoda - "Salaam" from The Amazing Adventures of DJ Yoda (2006)
  • Memory Man - "Live from Death Row" from "Live from Death Row" (2007)
  • Rushden & Diamonds - "We Want Rushden" and "Money" from 2010 (2010)
  • Open Mike Eagle - "Exiled from the Getalong Gang" from Rappers Will Die of Natural Causes (2011)
  • Open Mike Eagle - "Starz" from 4nml Hsptl (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rosen, Jody (April 23, 2000). "MUSIC; Rapping in Whiteface (for Laughs)". The New York Times. Retrieved July 30, 2008. 
  2. ^ Quinlan, Thomas (April 2000). "MC Paul Barman - It's Very Stimulating". Exclaim!. 
  3. ^ LeMay, Matt (November 20, 2002). "MC Paul Barman: Paullelujah!". Pitchfork Media. 
  4. ^ Candiotto, Nicholas (June 5, 2010). "MC Paul Barman - Thought Balloon Mushroom Cloud". Potholes in My Blog. 
  5. ^ Murray, Margaret (January 14, 2003). "Paullelujah!". XLR8R. 

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