Traklife Live Sessions: Mac Fame
“Music is a form of expression and everyone has an opinion. I don’t need to hype my music up it just needs to be heard.” – Mac Fame
As stated on his website, Mac Fame says his music just needs to be heard. We got you! Traklife Live Sessions is giving you the opportunity to catch this talented artist perform his original tracks, “Doin My Job,” “M.A.C.,” and “Shorty In Free.”
Reigning from San Diego, California, Mac Fame’s music is as infectious as his energy. His songs are easily club bangers, perfect for those nights out if you’re in the mood to dance. And to note, there’s a subtle hint of an E-40 influence in his sound. In the interview below he talks a little bit about whom he’s often compared to.
Mac Fame hopes to bridge the generational gap between the times when lyricism was more prevalent in hip-hop to the current state where a catchy hook is often times chosen for its easy markability to the general mass consumer.
“It’s about mixing the old with the new. Taking the aspects that people liked from the past and making them new for a younger audience.” – Mac Fame
Mac Fame has something to say and his voice will play an important role in the music industry with his music bridging the gap between the OG hip-hop fans to the younger cats that appreciate a dope beat.
Special Thank You’s
Director: Michael ‘Mac’ Cruz
Co-Director: Thomas ‘Classiq’ Smith
Audio Engineers: Dino Zambrano & Merrill Garcia & John
Producers: Ervin Cordero, Michael Cruz, Thomas ‘Classiq’ Smith
Public Relations: Kevin Hellon, Hazzle Andrada, Jessica Rosales
..And everyone else who have been a part of this project – Thank you!
Hazzle Joy Edosada graduated from California State University, Long Beach in Fall 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and minored in Sociology. Her independence, drive and charismatic personality has lead her to achieve early accomplishments, such as creating fashion blog LipstickLaceandlattes.com, thus receiving recognition from Google in the first 3 months of initial launch; and corresponding for 365Voice.com for an exclusive series premiere of BET’s Real Husbands of Hollywood and 2nd Generation Wayans. After spending time co-hosting Traklife Radio’s original show, The Layover Show in 2012-2017, she recreated the show with fellow co-hosts to Thanks For The Music and Culture in 2018. While time off the mic has momentarily paused, she continues to work behind the scenes assisting on the Traklife Operations Team as Project Manager and Editor-in-Chief, while making time for hosting events held by Traklife Media. Outside of Traklife she serves as Executive Assistant to a women’s fitness apparel brand, LiCi Fit. As she continues to find her voice in journalism, fashion, and music culture – she will always make sure to express her creativity wholeheartedly and passionately.