Mac Dre

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Andre Hicks (born July 5, 1970 in Vallejo, California; died November 1, 2004 in Kansas City, Missouri), better known by his stage name, Mac Dre, colloquially known as "M to the D", "Pill Clinton", "Thizzelle Washington", as well as other nicknames, was a San Francisco Bay Area based gangsta rapper. He has worked with artists such as E-40, Yukmouth, Snoop Doggy Dogg, and Keak da Sneak.

Career

Mac Dre's music gained popularity in the early to mid 1990s throughout the Bay Area, eventually receiving national recognition through his independent record labels Romp and Thizz Entertainment. During his music career, he released many hit singles, such as "Too Hard for the Radio",

Discography

Albums

2005

  • Back 'N Da Hood
  • Da U.S. Open
  • Money Iz Motive
  • Super Sig Tapes
  • 15 Years Deep
  • Mac Dre's the Name

2004

  • The Game Is Thick, Vol. 2
  • The Genie of the Lamp
  • Ronald Dregan: Dreganomics

2003

  • Al Boo Boo

2002

  • Remember Me
  • Thizzelle Washington
  • Mac Dammit Man & Friends: City Slickers
  • Mac Dre Presents the Rompalation, Vol. 3

2001

  • Turf Buccaneers
  • Mac Dre's the Name
  • Back 'N Da Hood
  • It's Not What You Say... It's How You Say It

2000

  • Heart of a Gangsta, Mind of a Hustla

1999

  • Mac Dre Presents the Rompalation, Vol. 2
  • Rapper Gone Bad
  • California Livin

1998

  • Stupid Doo Doo Dumb
  • Don't Hate the Player Hate the Game

1989 - 1996

  • 1996: Mac Dre Presents the Rompalation, Vol. 1
  • 1993: Young Black Brotha
  • 1992: What's Really Going On?
  • 1991: California Livin'
  • 1989: Young Black Brotha EP

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