He met up with rapper Adeem (Glue, Scribble Jam champion, Maker, DJ DQ) and producer Shalem (Sage Francis' DJ and producer of the track Makeshift Patriot) in 1999 at the Scribble Jam in Cincinnati and the three formed the group The Dorian Three. The Dorian Three released two albums: their first, which was self-titled, included Adverse's freestyle track Mr. Bartender and the second, Down World Up Songs which includes the track Dirty Work. Shortly after, Adverse was made a member of the 1200 Hobos by Mr. Dibbs, a crew which also includes members of Anticon (Sole, Alias, Dose One), Slug (Atmosphere) and Buck 65.  Solo career Adverse released his first solo album, Way With Words, in 2002,.
This album is a collection of tracks Adverse made himself on an ADAT, reportedly freestyling most of the lyrics. His second solo album, More Juice, was released in 2005. This album was co-produced by Adverse and Shalem. His third album, David, was released in 2007 and includes appearances by Prince Poetry (Organized Konfusion) and Concise Kilgore (Cali Agents).
This third album was produced largely by Brisk One, another member of the 1200 Hobos who also has worked with Bahamadia, KRS-One and Brand Nubian. Adverse is fucking great. - Ketamin3 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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