In 2006, Medi released his first album “Medi and The Medicine Show” produced by Dave Stewart and fully recorded in the London studios of the former Eurythmics.
Between 2007 and 2010, he was guitarist of the queen of electro, Émilie Simon, drummer and arranger for Charlie Winston, with whom he traveled stages around the world following the huge success of their “Hobo” album which sold over a million copies around the world.
In 2011, as a true leader of a “soul”, “rock and roll” and “feel good” spirit, Medi released You Got Me (Moving) his first solo album which was recorded in Los Angeles by grammy award winner Shawn Everett, produced by Tony Berg and including collaborations with guitarist and producer Blake Mills to name a few. The album flagship single How Would You Do It was an international success, followed by a tour of more than a hundred concerts including a headline show at Fuji Rock as the single reached number 1 airplay in Japan.
A second album entitled One Is Not Enough was born in 2014 and it was during that year that the Nice-based artist joined his hometown and became a producer by founding his own label Dime On Records with which he launched career artists such as David Zincke, songwriter from the UK, already critically acclaimed.
Medi is a true entertainer never leaving the stage for too long, songwriter and producer never ceasing to create for himself or others, he likes to collaborate to as often as possible. Many albums are now underway within his Dime On Studios from the Riviera capital.
It is now from the french Côte d’Azur that Medi spends most of his time writing songs that will complete by the end a long awaited third album.
Stay tuned, 2017 will be there to write the sequel to an already busy career