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|Birth name||Shane Bunting|
October 21, 1975 |
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
|Genres||Hip hop, Hardcore Rap, Horrorcore|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, songwriter, record producer, CEO|
|Labels||Suburban Noize Records Battleaxe Records|
|Associated acts||Swollen Members, SonReal, Rock Steady Crew, Moka Only, Trash Gordon, Swisha-T, K then, Silance, Tech N9ne, Mike ADHD, X-t, Glasses Malone, Kc the protege, Sophia Danai, Dutch Robinson, KD Lang, Snak The Ripper, Dave McIntyre, Demrick, Oxxxymiron|
Shane Bunting (born October 21, 1975), better known by his stage name Madchild is a Canadian rapper. He is part of the Vancouver-based hip hop group Swollen Members. In 2009, he released a solo EP entitled The Madchild EP. In 2012, he released his first album, titled Dope Sick followed by Lawn Mower Man in 2013 and Silver Tongue Devil in 2015. In 1993, he was named a member of the legendary 'Rock Steady Crew'.
Bunting was born in Surrey, British Columbia, but was raised in North Vancouver and attended Carson Graham and Sutherland secondary schools. He moved to San Francisco when he was 20 years old, and returned to British Columbia in the mid-1990s. He now currently resides in West Hollywood, California.
In August 2011, he returned to his roots by taking part in a rap battle for King of the Dot, an Ontario, Canada-based battle league. He went up against Dirtbag Dan and won on a 3-2 decision. He was scheduled to return to King of the Dot in August 2012 to battle with the Australian rapper 360, however, the battle was postponed, as 360 was scheduled to receive ocular surgery at the time of the event. Madchild has said that he is still interested in doing the battle.
In early 2011, it was reported that Bunting was banned from entering the United States, due to alleged links to the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club. Bunting said that he was detained at an American airport for approximately eight hours before being told he could not enter the country, and had been working with a lawyer in San Diego, California, to rectify the situation. On July 11, 2013, it was announced via the Swollen Members Facebook page that Madchild was once again allowed to enter the United States.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|Lawn Mower Man||
|Silver Tongue Devil||
|The Darkest Hour||
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|The Mad Child'||
|Banned from America||
|King of Pain||
- M.A.D.E.: Misguided Angel Destroys Everything (2011)
- Underground Monsters (2016)
- Madchild Mondays (2017)
|"Look Up (Signs)"||Classified, Kardinal Offishall||Classified|
|"Bobby Be Real"||2014||Slaine, Tech N9ne||The King of Everything Else|
|"Life is a Struggle"||Mike ADHD, Kromeatose||The Evil Within|
|"Transform"||Bloodstepp||Grand Theft Ufo: Floppy Disk Edition|
|"Darkside"||2013||Oxxxymiron (Porchy, Jaime Menezes)||N/A|
|"The Plague"||2015||Prozak, Ubiquitous||Black Ink|
|"We're Gonna Fuck You Up"||2016||Reznik, Snowgoons||Říše Za Zrcadlem|
|"Zombie"||Lil Wyte, Jelly Roll, Insane Clown Posse||No Filter 2|
|"Bury Them Deep"||2016||D.CrazE the Destroyer, Insane LOC, Rockness Monsta||The Reaper Project|
|2011||"Hangin' On By a Thread"||mr.Invisible||M.A.D.E. (mixtape)|
|"Dead Man Walking Vol. 1"||mr.Invisible|
|"Dead Man Walking Vol. 2"||mr.Invisible|
|"Fuck Madchild"||Phillip Carrer & Chad Archibald||Little Monster EP|
|"Dungeon Dragon"||D-Shot||King of Pain EP|
|"Gremlin"||Gabriel Carrer||King of Pain EP|
|"Mr. Peter Parker Freestyle"||D-Shot||Unreleased|
|"Out Of My Head"||Aspect||Dope Sick|
|"Devil`s Reject"||David McDonald|
|"Broken Mirror"||Patrick Lozinski||The Mad Child EP|
|"Cyphin"||D-Shot||Little Monster EP|
|2013||"Last Emperor"||D-Shot||Lawn Mower Man|
|"Grenade Launcher" (feat. Slaine & Prevail )||D-Shot||Dope Sick|
|"Tiger Style"||D-Shot||Lawn Mower Man|
|"Nature Of The Beast"||D-Shot|
|"It Gets Better"||Jon Thomas|
|"Lawn Mower Man"||D-Shot|
|"Chainsaw" (feat. Slaine)||Slaine & D-Shot|
|2014||"The Adventures Of Super Beast"||D-Shot||Underground Monsters (mixtape)|
|"Switched On"||Ryan Lindow||Switched On EP|
|"White Knuckles"||Ryan Lindow|
|"Never Die"||Ryan Lindow|
|"Tom Cruise"||Luke Soanes|
|"The Jackel"||SGZ||Silver Tongue Devil|
|"Blitzkrieg"||Ryan Lindow||Switched On EP|
|2015||"Mental" (feat. Demrick)||Jakob Owens||Silver Tongue Devil|
|"Slayer" (feat. Demrick)||Jakob Owens|
|"Devils & Angels"||Drew Kirsch|
|"Lose My Mind"||Jesse Ray Diamond|
|"Everytime" (feat Ceekay Jones)||Matt Alonzo|
|"Night Time Kill"||Dustin La Rose|
|"Brain Dead"||Dustin La Rose|
|"Painful Skies"||Dustin La Rose|
|2016||"Man Down" (feat. Demrick)||D-Shot||Battleaxe Warriors Compilation|
|"Little Things" (feat. Joseph Rose)||Thoughtbox Visuals||Underground Monsters (mixtape)|
|"50 Seven"||Big Shot Music Inc.||Silver Tongue Devil|
|"Write It Down"||The Jokerr||The Darkest Hour|
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- McCredie, Andrew (27 August 2012). "Swollen Members' Madchild riffs on the drug addiction that nearly killed him". The Vancouver Sun.
- Pescod, Nicholas M. (2013-10-11). "Madchild pushes for a positive vibe". The Vancouver Sun. Archived from the original on 28 June 2014. Retrieved 2014-05-04.
- "Swollen Members rapper Madchild says drug addiction nearly killed him". CBC News. Retrieved 2015-08-05.
- "Swollen Members rapper Madchild says drug addiction nearly killed him". CBC. August 4, 2015. Retrieved March 27, 2016.
- "KOTD - WD2 - Dirtbag Dan vs MadChild (Swollen Members)". YouTube. 2011-08-22. Retrieved 2013-08-07.
- "YouTube". YouTube. Retrieved 2013-08-07.
- "KOTD | WD3 | 360 vs Madchild Announced". BattleFix. 2012-06-12. Retrieved 2013-08-07.
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- "360 To Undergo Eye Surgery - Music News, Reviews, Interviews and Culture". Music Feeds. 2012-07-28. Retrieved 2013-08-07.
- "KOTD - Media - @MadChild57 (MADCHILD) INTERVIEW". YouTube. Retrieved 2013-08-07.
-  Archived April 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- DeMara, Bruce (5 January 2011). "Vancouver rapper Madchild barred from entering U.S.". Toronto Star. Retrieved 10 August 2011.
- "The Darkest Hour by Madchild on Apple Music". iTunes.