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|Birth date:||August 9, 1971|
|Birth place:||Inglewood, California, USA|
|Children:||Chase Anela Rolison (2000)|
|Record labels:||Hoo-Banging’ Records, Cash Money Records|
|Music groups:||Westside Connection (Since 1993)|
|Movies:||‘Thicker than Water’|
|Albums:||‘What Can I Do?’, , ‘Mack 10’ (1995), ‘Based on a True Story’ (1997), ‘The Recipe’ (1998), ‘Bow Down, ’ ‘The Mix Tape’ (1999), ‘The Paper Route’ (2000), ‘Bang or Ball, ’ (2001), ‘Connected for Life’, ‘Do Tha Damn Thing’|
Mack 10 Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2016
Dedrick D’Mon Rolison, best known by his stage name Mack 10, is both a rapper and an actor. He was born on 9 August 1971 in Inglewood, California. USA, He attained his nickname from Ingram Mac-10 submachine gun. His rise to popularity is credited to his debut on ‘What Can I Do?’, a remixed track featuring Ice Cube. He takes credit as the founder of Hoo-Banging’ Records which is an independent recording label.
So, what is Mack 10’s net worth? It is estimated by authoritative sources that Mack 10 has a fortune of over $6 Million, as of early 2016, courtesy of his best-selling albums ‘Mack 10’ in 1995, ‘Based on a True Story’ in 1997 and ‘The Recipe’ in 1998. His credit as the founder of ‘Hoo-Banging’ Records’, ‘Westside Designs’ and the ‘Thicker than Water’ film have also played a major role in contributing to his wealth. Over the years, he has hit a record of 11 million sales for his solo and group albums.
Mack 10 Net Worth $6 Million
Mack 10’s debut in the world of hip hop was the remix track ‘What Can I Do,’ which featured on Ice Cube’s album ‘Bootlegs and B-Sides.’ In 1996, he involved himself with Westside Connection, a group which consisted of Ice Cube, WC and himself, releasing ‘Bow Down,’ which marked the birth West Coast pride.
His breakthrough came in 1997 and 1998 when he released ‘Based on a True Story,’ a solo album, and ‘The Recipe,’ a collaborative album, respectively. The albums scooped Gold accreditation and charted at 14 and 15 in the Billboard top 200 hits. The most popular soundtrack was ‘Money’s Just a Touch Away,’ which featured Gerald Levert. The latter album, ‘The Recipe’ saw the launching of Mack’s record label Hoo-Banging’ Records.
Through his record label, he released ‘The Mix Tape’ in 1999. Later on in 2000, his fame started diminishing gradually as was asserted by his album ‘The Paper Route’ with the singles ‘From tha Streetz’ and ‘Tight to Def,’ which did not chart as well as the previous albums. However in 2001, his new album ‘Bang or Ball,’ a one album deal with Cash Money Records presented a glimpse of optimism for a new direction in his hip-hop realm. ‘Hate in Yo Eyes,’ a soundtrack from the same album charted on Billboard at position 98. Others were ‘Connected for Life’ and ‘Do Tha Damn Thing.’
Aside from music, Mack 10 has a joint scheme called ‘Westside Design,’ a graphic company, together with Ice Cube. He has also featured in the film ‘Thicker than Water’ together with Ice Cube and Fat Joe.
In his personal life, Mack 10 married one of the TLC trio, Tionne Watkins – best known as “T-Boz” – in 2000. The two have a daughter, Anela Rolison born in October 2000, however, their marriage did not last long as T-Boz filed for divorce in 2004.
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|Get Hard||2015||writer: "Bow Down" - as Dedrick D'Mon Rolison|
|Grand Theft Auto V||2013||Video Game performer: "Nothin' But the Cavi Hit"|
|The Filthy Frank Show||2012||TV Series short writer - 4 episodes|
|Rap Critic Reviews||2011||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Death Racers||2008||Video performer: "Nobody Move" / writer: "Nobody Move"|
|Furnace||2007||performer: "Dedication" / writer: "Dedication"|
|Kruvinas deimantas||2006||performer: "From tha Streetz" / writer: "From tha Streetz" - as Dedrick Rolison|
|The Sopranos||2006||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Waist Deep||2006||performer: "Like This" / writer: "Like This" - as Dedrick Rolison|
|The Hot Chick||2002||writer: "Bow Down" - as Dedrick Rolison|
|Friday After Next||2002||writer: "It's the Holidaze" - as Dedrick D'Mon Rolison|
|Exit Wounds||2001||performer: "Steady Grinding" / writer: "Steady Grinding" - as D. Rollison|
|Save the Last Dance||2001||as Dedrick Rolison, "You Can Do It" / performer: "You Can Do It"|
|Romeo Must Die||2000||performer: "Thugz" / writer: "Thugz"|
|Next Friday||2000||performer: "You Can Do It", "Good Friday" / writer: "You Can Do It", "Good Friday" - as D. Rolison|
|I Got the Hook Up||1998||performer: "Bang or Ball"|
|Bulworth||1998||performer: "Maniac in the Brainiac" / writer: "Maniac in the Brainiac" - as D. Rolison|
|The Players Club||1998||performer: "You Delinquent" / writer: "You Delinquent" - as D. Rolinson|
|Ride||1998||performer: "The Game" / writer: "The Game" - as D. Rolison|
|Caught Up||1998||performer: "You Don't Want None" / writer: "You Don't Want None" - as D. Rollinson|
|Anaconda||1997||performer: "Foe Life" / writer: "Foe Life"|
|The Substitute||1996||performer: "Hoo-Bangin'" / writer: "Hoo-Bangin'" - as D. Rollison|
|Friday||1995||performer: "Take a Hit" / writer: "Take a Hit" - as D. Rolison|
|It Ain't Easy||2006||Video|
|Apocalypse and the Beauty Queen||2005||D.K.|
|Halloween House Party||2005|
|Cutthroat Alley||2003||Brian Stokes|
|Random Acts of Violence||2002||Lynch|
|Dark Angel||2001||TV Series||Tacoma Bleed|
|Thicker Than Water||1999||DJ|
|I'm Bout It||1997||Video||Perry's Cousin|
|Unsung||2015||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|E! Buzz with Carla B||2011||Short||Himself|
|5th Annual VH1 Hip Hop Honors||2008||TV Movie||Himself|
|Letter to the President||2005||Video documentary||Himself - Recording Artist|
|101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments||2004||TV Movie||Himself|
|Def Jam Fight for NY||2004||Video Game||Himself (voice)|
|Beef II||2004||Video documentary||Himself - Westside Connection|
|Beef||2003||Documentary||Himself - Westside Connection|
|Ice Cube: The Videos, Volume 1||2003||Video||Himself (segment "What Can I Do?")|
|The N.W.A. Legacy: The Video Collection||2002||Video||Himself (segments "Gangstas Make the World Go Round", "Bow Down" and "From Tha Streetz")|
|The Up in Smoke Tour||2000||Video documentary||Himself|
|Charlie Hustle: Blueprint of Self-Made Millionaire||1999||TV Movie||Himself|
|The 1999 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards||1999||TV Special||Himself|
|Rhyme & Reason||1997||Documentary||Himself|
|The Jamie Foxx Show||1997||TV Series||Himself|
|And You Don't Stop: 30 Years of Hip-Hop||2004||TV Mini-Series documentary||Himself|
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|1||Is a member of Queen Street Blood in Inglewood, California.|
|2||Daughter Chase Rolison born on 20 October 2000|
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