CJ Mac (born in South Central Los Angeles), is Hip-Hop artist. He released his debut EP, "Color Me Funky", independently in 1991, under the name "CJ Mack. The album is out of print, and extremely rare. He returned in 1995 and released his second album, True Game on Rap-A-Lot Records in 1995 as Mad CJ Mac. He was originally going to release the album through Ruthless Records.
Mad Cj Mac (now just CJ Mac) spits nothing but fire in his debut album "True Game. True Game" has angry, hard-core rhymes set over an interesting array of G-Funk beats, ranging from laid back as in "Come and Take a Ride," to jazzy as in "Powda Puff," to bass heavy and menacing as in "I Can't Stand a Ra. Of course, it may be gangsta rap, a genre hardly new in 1995, but CJ Mac throws in his own especially angry persona, which makes the album awesome . His 1995 debut "True Game" was released on Rap-A-Lot Records, making him one of the Houston label's few west coast artists during their mid-90s heyday. Mad CJ Mac is an immensely talented individual, both on the mic and on the mixing boards.
1. Moment of Silence. 2. Let My Niggas out Tha Pen. True Game.
True Game is the debut album by American rapper CJ Mac & producer Mad. It was released May 23, 1995 on Rap-A-Lot Records. The album was produced by CJ Mac & Mad and mixed and engineered by Mike Dean and James Hoover. It peaked at number 41 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums
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