CJ Mac (born in South Central Los Angeles), is Hip-Hop artist. He released his debut EP, “Color Me Funky”, independently in 1991, under the name “CJ Mack.” The album is out of print, and extremely rare. He returned in 1995 and released his second album, True Game on Rap-A-Lot Records in 1995 as Mad CJ Mac. He was originally going to release the album through Ruthless Records.

He appeared in the movie “Thicker than Water” with Mack 10 and Fat Joe, where he played a drug lord called Gator.His second album, “Platinum Game” featured various west coast rappers and peaked at 77 Top R&B/Hip hop albums. CJ Mac also directed a documentary “On the C-Walk”, in which he revealed that he was in the Rollin 60’s Neighborhood Crips street gang in his youth. CJ Mac is also known for working with Death Row Records in late 2000 with his song “I Ain’t Fuccin Wit’ Cha,” (from Too Gangsta for Radio) in which he insulted Dr. Dre for leaving the label and declaring gangsta rap dead, as well as artists Hittman, Eminem, Snoop Dogg and Aftermath Records. CJ Mac is also known for collaborating with artists C-Bo, Dresta, Poppa LQ, Mack 10, Techniec, Scarface and WC.

Discography -

1991: Color Me Funky (as C.J. Mack)
1995: True Game
1999: Platinum Game

Edited by Escobar97 on 9 Feb 2012, 01:05

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