The Alchemist

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Alan Maman (born October 25, 1977), better known by the stage name of The Alchemist with an earlier nickname Mudfoot, is an American rapper, record producer, and DJ while hailing from Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Califronia, United States.

Biography[edit]

The Alchemist was known earlier as Mudfoot of The Whooliganz, and is currently working as DJ (also signed to a record label "Shady Records") with Detriot, Michigan rapper Eminem. In 2002, he remixed a song with rock band Linkin Park on "FRGT/10" with rapper Chali 2na (vocals) from the album Reanimation. In 2006, he produced several tracks with Eminem on the album Eminem Presents: The Re-Up with artists Stat Quo, Bobby Creekwater, Cashis, and Obie Trice (all former rappers from Shady Records). In 2009, before or after Eminem's 2009 release of Relapse, he released his second studio debut album Chemical Warfare, with a freestyle of the same album name featuring Eminem (before Eminem's 2010 release of Recovery).

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • 1st Infantry (2004)
  • Chemical Warfare (2009)
  • Russian Roulette (2012)

EPs[edit]

  • The Alchemist's Cookbook (2008)

Mixtapes[edit]

  • The Cutting Room Floor [Mixtape] (2003)
  • Insomnia (2003)
  • No Days Off [Mixtape] (2006)
  • The Chemistry Files (2006)
  • The Cutting Room Floor 2 (2008)

Instrumental albums[edit]

  • Gangster Theme Music (2000)
  • Action/Drama (2001)
  • The Ultimate Music Machine (2002)
  • Lab Tested, Street Approved (2004)
  • 1st Infantry: The Instrumentals (2005)
  • Rapper's Best Friend (2007)
  • Rapper's Best Friend 2 (2012)

Collaborations[edit]

With Prodigy
  • Return of the Mac (2007)
  • TBA (2012)
With Fashawn
  • The Antidote (2009)
With Oh No as Gangrene
  • Gutter Water (2010)
  • Sawblade EP (2010)
  • Greneberg (with Roc Marciano) (2011)
  • Vodka & Ayahuasca (2012)
  • Odditorium EP (2012)
With Curren$y
  • Covert Coup (2011)
With ChrisCo
  • How Does It Feel EP (2011)
With Action Bronson
  • Rare Chandeliers (2012)
With Evidence as Step Brothers
  • Step Brothers (2012)
With Freddie Gibbs
  • Devil's Palace (TBA)
With Kool G Rap
  • TBA (2012)
With Durag Dynasty Click
  • TBA (2012)

Remixes[edit]

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