|Mac Mall Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||June 14, 1975|
Mac Mall is an American hip-hop recording artist who has published the solo studio albums Illegal Business? (1993), Untouchable (1996), Illegal Business? 2000 (1999), Immaculate (2001), Mackin Speaks Louder Than Words (2002), Thizziana Stoned and the Temple of Shrooms (2006), Mac to the Future (2009), The Rebellion Against All There Is (2011), Macnifacence & Malliciousness (2014), Legal Business? (2015), and 1990’s (2017). Over the course of his career, he has also published numerous EPs and mixtapes. He had first come into the limelight in the early and mid-1990s as one of the local artists who were being credited with putting the Bay Area (a populous region surrounding the San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun Bay estuaries in Northern California) on the hip hop map.
Vallejo, Solano County, California, United States
California, United States
Hip Hop Recording Artist
- Others – Earl Tywone Stevens Sr. aka E-40 (Cousin) (Rapper), Brandt Jones aka B-Legit (Cousin) (Rapper), Sway Calloway (Cousin) (Journalist, Radio Personality, Executive Producer, Rapper)
Hip Hop, Rap, West Coast Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap
- Young Black Brotha Records
- Sesed Out Records
- Thizz Entertainment
- Relativity Records
- Don’t Give Up Productions
- Get Low Recordz
- Imperial Entertainment
- Black Wall Street, Inc.
- EMPIRE Distribution, Records and Publishing Inc.
5 ft 10 or 178 cm
78 kg or 172 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Mac Mall has dated –
- Nesha Marie – Through his marriage to Nesha Marie, Mac Mall has a daughter named Lavender Rain (b. July 2020).
Race / Ethnicity
He is of African-American descent.
- Mildly stocky frame
- Close-cropped hair
- Affable smile
- Sports a trimmed goatee
Mac Mall Facts
- His first signing with a record label was Young Black Brotha Records. He later went on to acquire the label and had used it for the production of his own albums, and those of associates.
- His first solo studio album, titled Illegal Business? (1993) was released on Young Black Brotha Records. The album had moved over 200,000 units independently which was considered a big achievement for an independent artist and record label.
- Soon after the release of the album, iconic rapper Tupac Shakur had offered him words of praise and had offered to direct a video for one of his singles titled Ghetto Theme. Around this time, Mac Mall had also become a close friend of rapper and record producer Mac Dre who used to mentor him early on in his career.
- In 1996, he had signed a record deal with Relativity Records. With the label, he had released his 2nd and most commercially successful solo studio album titled Untouchable (1996).
- In 1999, he had launched his label called Sesed Out Records. A year later, he had released his 3rd solo studio album, titled Illegal Business? 2000 (1999), via this label.
- In 2006, a song of his, titled Perfect Poison, had been featured in the video game Skate.
- In November 2015, he had released an autobiography titled My Opinion. The book was named after one of the most popular songs on his debut album. It had described in great detail Mac Mall’s developmental years in Vallejo, how he became a rapper, and the trials and tribulations of his career.
Featured Image by Mac Mall / Instagram