Mac Mall is an American rapper known for his contributions to the Bay Area hip hop scene during the mid to late 1990s. Born Jamal Rocker on June 14, 1975, Mac Mall signed with the record label Young Black Brotha Records, later taking ownership of the label, to produce his albums and those of his associates. His music career was kickstarted with the release of his debut album, “Illegal Business?” in 1993, which featured Ray Luv and Mac Dre and was entirely produced by Khayree Shaheed. The album sold more than 200,000 units independently. Mac Mall’s early association with Mac Dre, his mentor, earned him a spot as one of the Bay Area’s top artists.

In 1995, he featured in E-40’s “Dusted and Disgusted” and Eightball & MJG’s “Friend or Foe”. Mac Mall signed with Relativity Records in 1996 and released his second and most commercially successful album, “Untouchable”. He also appeared on the Red Hot Organization’s compilation album “America Is Dying Slowly” in 1996.

After leaving Relativity Records, he founded Sesed Out Records in 1999, which released his third album, “Illegal Business? 2000,” that spawned his most popular single, “Wide Open.” He followed this up with albums like “Immaculate” and “Thizziana Stoned and the Temple of Shrooms” in 2001 and 2006, respectively.

In 2011, Mac Mall announced the release of a new album called “The Rebellion Against All There Is.” The album would be jointly released by his own label Thizzlamic Records, Young Black Brotha Records, and would feature 17 tracks with appearances from artists such as Ray Luv, Shima, and Boss Hogg. In November 2015, he published his autobiography called “My Opinion.” The book details how he became a rapper, growing up in Vallejo, and his career progression.

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