About Me

Mac Tree isn’t here to settle. The Mississippi-born, Memphis-bred rhymer has ambitions to match his sizable talent—and he isn’t satisfied with becoming one of the most talked-about indie artists in his home state. He’s here to build something that shows the world what Mississippi hip-hop has to offer. The young Mac got into music as a child, from hearing hs grandfather singing in the church choir to being exposed to hip-hop when he was eight years old. As a teenager, Mac would catch friends’ attention with his freestyles, and it showed him that he had the potential to do something with his gifts. But it wasn’t until after two prison bids that Mac Tree really decided to make music his focus—and his way out of the struggle. The death of a beloved aunt who’d been his biggest supporter further fueled his fire. Mac Tree had the motivation to turn his life into a musical testimony; and he committed himself to realizing his vision.

Mac began grinding tirelessly to make things happen for himself in Mississippi and his adopted home of Memphis. He launched his label M.O.B. (Minds Of Billionaires) Entertainment and dropped a mixtape, Out the Blue, with songs like "Say The Word" featuring Moneybagg Yo and "Digital" featuring Hoodrich Pablo Juan in 2017. Now he is getting ready to drop Out The Blue 2. The lead single, “Airmat,” is a song about knowing your roots and remembering the journey. Once again he showcases a relatable voice that examines the struggle. With production from Drumma Boy, Backpack and ATL Jacob, and collaborations with T-Pain and Future, Mac is taking the big leap to stardom, while maintaining an authentic voice. “It’s just about the vibe—you can put it in and ride. It’s an energy and a vibe. It’s what you’re going through right now,” he says.

Mac founded M.O.B. in 2015 based on an idea that came to him when he was incarcerated. M.O.B.’s merchandise and mindset announces Mac as an entrepreneur, but also as a culture influencer. “I want to put a positive spin on [the word] mob,” he explains. “Minds Of Billionaires is because people don’t believe they can get a billion dollars—but you can do whatever you wanna do. It’s uplifting, it’s inspiring—it’s hope.” Inspired by acts like Master P, T.I., Gucci Mane and Jay-Z, Mac understood from day one that it’s just as significant to understand your business as it is to entertain. Balancing both sides of the game has been his calling card thus far and it shows in his ambitions.

Mac has shot videos in Atlanta and at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, and is attacking radio in 2020 with “Expensive,” an ATL Jacob-produced track featuring Future. And “It’s Up” is a hotly-anticipated single produced by Drumma Boy, as well as “Pole,” produced by Backpack, a track that gives Mac that hot strip club anthem—something for Friday nights on the town. Mac is prepped to see big dividends after laying the groundwork for his breakthrough. With so many diverse sounds, it’s all still Mac Tree. And that realness is his trademark. “I’m not trying to be tough for nobody, for the
camera or none of that—I’m being myself with this.”