Summary: A Medical Mixtape Produced by The Rawest Crew of Medical Doctors in Modern Medicine—Hacking Heartbeats, Hard Beats & Everything in Between.
Dee Bunked raps about...Moles?! Don't worry it's a million times more entertaining than it sounds and it's important as f*ck to learn how to pay attention to your own damn skin! We love you MRx fam!
Reesh talks about the Neuroscience of freestyle rap with samples from Dr. Charles Limb, Michael Ian Black, Jason Silva, Eminem, B.I.G., Q-Tip, J.Period, The Last Samurai, Bruce Lee, Kobe Bryant
Reesh lyrically biopsies "Bulletproof Love" a verse spit by Method Man on the Black superhero series "Luke Cage." It covers what bullets do to bodies and how police brutality is a public health issue.
Dee Bunked talks to his childhood best friend Kassim Osgood, who played in the NFL for 13 seasons. They talk about the differences in their careers and the importance of doing your job no matter what.
Dee tells stories about how he didn't quite fit in during medical school and when he realized that being different from everyone else was exactly why he had to stay. Hilariously thought provoking.
Dee tells a great story about a road trip he took with Tibetan monks. We also talk about isolation tanks, meditation, and a video game that's being used to change the game of pain management. Enjoy!
In this episode of Audiotopsy, Dee Bunked performs a lyrical biopsy on Old Dirty Bastard's verse from the classic Wu Tang Clan joint "Protect Ya Neck." Specimen submitted from TGE's Patrick Daniel.
Reesh talks to Dr. Kathryn Ko, an ambidextrous Neurosurgeon and Fine Artist who heals people through both. They talk about everything from Brain Hacks to good OR Music! So much wisdom...It's Lit!
Dee comments on the Netflix documentary "What The Health" inspired by a call-in to the "Medicine ReMixed" Anchor Station about how to appraise the difference between Good
Originally aired on our Anchor show (June 20, 2017) to salute the late great Prodigy of Mobb Deep by chronicling the rapper's battle with Sickle Cell Anemia through some of his rawest rhymes ever.
Trailer for our 2nd "Doctormentaries" Episode with Dr. Kathryn Ko, an ambidextrous Neurosurgeon.
We talked to Sunil Kumar Aggarwal ("The Cannabinologist"), a Hospice doctor that was at the forefront of the medical cannabis movement. We also hear about weird weed laws by comic Benjy Himmelfarb.
Medicine ReMixed is a show started on Anchor by 2 Hip-Hop heads who graduated medical school together and then went on to create a Medical Mixtape fusing Art