| Jermaine Preyan|
Hip hop music
| July 28, 1982 (age 33) (1982-07-28) |
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Lil Wayne, Birdman, Jae Millz, T-Pain, Tyga, Drake
Young Money Entertainment
We Are Young Money, All Eyez on Us
Birdman, Gudda Gudda, Jae Millz, Lil Wayne, Ace Hood
Mack Maine Wikipedia
Jermaine Anthony Preyan (born July 28, 1982), better known by his stage name Mack Maine, is an American rapper from New Orleans, Louisiana. Mack Maine is signed to Young Money Entertainment, an imprint of Birdman's Universal Motown-distributed Cash Money Records, and is currently the president of the label. He is the co-founder of Kush Entertainment and has also founded his own label, Soothe Your Soul Records.
Jermaine Anthony Preyan was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He formed a friendship with Dwayne Carter aka Lil Wayne at the age of eleven. In 2003, he placed 16th out of a thousand contestants in a freestyle battle hosted by MTV; this, combined with a backstage performance at the 2004 BET Awards with Cassidy, led him to becoming a founding member of Young Money Entertainment with Lil Wayne in 2005. In 2008, Mack Maine appeared on the official remix of Lil Wayne's third single from Tha Carter III, "Got Money," and performed the song with Wayne on Saturday Night Live on September 14. At the 2008 Ozone Awards, he won the "Patiently Waiting: Louisiana" award.
In 2009, he performed with Lil Wayne on his "I Am Music" tour, performing every night in his own set, as well as mtvU's Spring Break 2009 concert. He also released a mixtape presented by Don Cannon entitled This Is Just a Mixtape, featuring appearances from Lil Wayne, Mistah Fab, Gorilla Zoe, Pleasure P, Rick Ross, Mystikal, and Soulja Slim. Mack Maine appears on the Young Money collaboration album, including the first single, "Every Girl". Along with Birdman, Slim, Cortez Bryant, and other past and present Cash Money artists, he starred in Lil Wayne's Behind the Music episode, which premiered September 11, 2009.
In March 2010, Mack Maine appeared with Snoop Dogg on T-Pain's single, "Ghetto Commandments." He also voiced one of Trap Jesus' gangsters in the Adult Swim special Freaknik: The Musical. Maine was also featured on the music video of Playaz Circle's Hit song with Lil Wayne, "Duffle Bag Boy". On March 17, 2013 Mack Maine released the music video for "Celebrate" featuring Lil Wayne and Talib Kweli.
Mack Maine has one child; Isaiah William Clarence Robertson Preyan. Isaiah was born in Oakland California on November 10, 2004 to mother Erin Robertson. Mack Maine and she met while she was in college studying Mass Communications at Southern University in Baton Rouge. There were rumors of their engagement and marriage, but those rumors have since been dispelled.
On September 16, 2013, Mack Maine was charged with sexual battery following an incident that occurred on August 22 during Lil Wayne's "Amerika's Most Wanted" tour. Allegedly Maine invited two women onto a tour bus and when they were on it, he put his hand down one woman's clothing, grabbing her breast without her consent. TMZ says the documents claim that when the women wanted to leave the bus, Maine reportedly held the door shut, and punched one of them in her face, breaking her jaw. On September 20, 2013, Mack Maine voluntarily turned himself in to Oklahoma County police, and was released on 9,000 dollar bond.2006: Young Money, Vol. 1 (with Lil' Wayne, Curren$y, & Boo)
2006: G-Series (with Curren$y)
2008: Mack Maine BOBO 101
2008: B!tch, I'm Mack Maine (Freestyle 102)
2009: DJ Don Cannon Presents: This is Just a Mixtape
2010: DJ Rockstar Presents: The Laxative
2011: Billionaire Minds (with Birdman)
2012: Don’t Let It Go Waste
2013: Freestyle 102: No Pens or Pads
2013: Food for Thought
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