|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Jihad - Le Plus Grand Combat Est Contre Soi-Même (Edition Spéciale)||15||Audio||2005-05-04||Stars De Rue|
|2||Don't Panik Tape||25||Audio||2008-05-14|
|3||Arabian Panther||13||Audio||2008||Because Music|
|4||Edition Collector · 11 Septembre // Jihad||32||Audio||2006|
|6||11 Septembre||12||Audio||2004-01-24||Din Records|
|7||Table D'écoute 2||15||Audio||2011-03-28|
|9||Made In||14||Audio||2012||Because Music|
|10||Protest Song||13||Audio||2013||Because Music|
Médine, whose real name is Medine Zaouiche, is a French rapper from Le Havre. He is of Algerian heritage. He is part of the hip-hop collective La Boussole and DIN records since 1996. Practicing Muslim, many of his lyrics deal with the hardships faced by people with low economic level, migrants, oppressed individuals, and Muslims in the Western world. He also wrote several articles for Time Magazine in 2005. One was entitled "How Much More French Can I Be".
Médine is French for Medina.