The Medicine Men

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For the 1929 film, see The Medicine Men (1929 film).
The Medicine Men
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana
Genres Hip hop, Hip hop soul, Jazz rap, Contemporary R&B
Years active 1995–present
Labels No Limit Records/Priority Records/EMI Records
Overdose Entertainment
Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. Records
Asylum Records
Website bbtpmusic.bandcamp. BeatsByThePoundakaTheMedicineMen medicinemenoverdoseent
Members KLC
Mo B. Dick
Craig B

The Medicine Men, formerly known as Beats by the Pound, is a Louisiana-based American music production team made up of four men.[1]

The group is composed of the former production team (KLC, Mo B. Dick, Craig B, Odell) for Master P's No Limit Records, helping sell 30 million records from 1995-1999, as well as some new artists, and was responsible for the production of the majority of the releases from No Limit Records during the days it was distributed by Priority Records.[2][2][3]


  1. ^ "Rap Coalition update 2000". Retrieved 2006-09-09. 
  2. ^ a b "Vh1 Master P Biography". Retrieved 2006-09-09. 
  3. ^ "Allmusic Guide for Beats by the Pound". Retrieved 2006-09-09.