Mack Maine Net Worth & Biography - Celebrity Net Worth

By Mixxerly Updated: SEPTEMBER 22, 2021

Introduction

NET WORTH

$15M

Mack Maine is an American rapper, songwriter, and record executive from New Orleans, Louisiana. Mack Maine has been the president of Young Money Entertainment since 2009, and has founded his own label, Soothe Your Soul Records.

In addition, Preyan has also been credited for co-writing singles such as "How to Love" and "Got Money" by Lil Wayne, and "So Sophisticated" by Rick Ross. As of , Mack Maine has an estimated net worth of about $15M.

At a Glance

Full name: Jermaine Anthony Preyan

Other names: Mack Maine

Birthday: July 28, 1982

Age:

Net worth: $15M

Occupation: Rapper, Songwriter and Record Executive.

Nationality: United States of America

Net Worth

Mack Maine appears on the Young Money collaboration album, including the first single, "Every Girl". Along with Birdman, Slim, Cortez Bryant, and other past and present Cash Money artists, he starred in Lil Wayne's Behind the Music episode, which premiered September 11, 2009. As of , Mack Maine has an estimated net worth of about $15M.

Favorite Quotes from Mack Maine

“Yeah, it’s always home. I always tell my homies, like, ‘I miss home.’ There ain’t no place like New Orleans. I miss seeing familiar faces, I miss seeing streets I know, just being able to get around without using navigation!” – Mack Maine
“I left New Orleans the night before Katrina, so I was in Houston. I was actually at Wayne’s spot, and I thought I was just like leaving for two days. Usually, I stay for Hurricane warnings, and what happens is the lights go out, and I’d be sitting in the dark can’t do anything.” – Mack Maine
“Honestly, it still affects me. My whole family is split up. If I wanna see my dad, I go to New Orleans. If I want to see my mom, I go to Atlanta. If I wanna see my sister, I got to go to L.A. A lot of my friends, you know, they moved, too.” – Mack Maine
“Nah. I don’t really do that no more; it doesn’t pay the bills, dawg. I can still do it; it’s like fingers, hard to lose … like limbs! It’s still that, but that’s not what I do, you know? I make songs. I still can freestyle. I play around with that, and I’m on the business side too. I get my President on, and I get my exec on around here.” – Mack Maine
“That’s NOT all hip hop. Nah. It’s like…TALENT. All-around talent. Even on Young Money all the artists, sing, rap — they are multi-talented. So it’s not just about hip hop.” – Mack Maine

Early life and career

Jermaine Anthony Preyan was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He formed a friendship with Dwayne Carter aka Lil Wayne at the age of eleven. He and Lil Wayne, along with rapper Curren$y and Cortez Bryant attended Eleanor McMain Secondary School.

In 2003, he placed 16th out of a thousand contestants in a freestyle battle hosted by MTV; this, combined with a backstage performance at the 2004 BET Awards with Cassidy, led him to becoming a founding member of Young Money Entertainment with Lil Wayne in 2005.

In 2008, Mack Maine appeared on the official remix of Lil Wayne's third single from Tha Carter III, "Got Money," and performed the song with Wayne on Saturday Night Live on September 14. At the 2008 Ozone Awards, he won the "Patiently Waiting: Louisiana" award.

In 2009, he performed with Lil Wayne on his "I Am Music" tour, performing every night in his own set, as well as mtvU's Spring Break 2009 concert. He also released a mixtape presented by Don Cannon entitled This Is Just a Mixtape, featuring appearances from Lil Wayne, Mistah Fab, Gorilla Zoe, Pleasure P, Rick Ross, Mystikal, and Soulja Slim.

In March 2010, Mack Maine appeared with Snoop Dogg on T-Pain's single, "Ghetto Commandments." He also voiced one of Trap Jesus' gangsters in the Adult Swim special Freaknik: The Musical. Maine was also featured on the music video of Playaz Circle's Hit song with Lil Wayne, "Duffle Bag Boy". On March 17, 2013 Mack Maine released the music video for "Celebrate" featuring Lil Wayne and Talib Kweli.