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Mac Lethal Birthday Highlights

Birth Name
David McCleary Sheldon
Place Of Birth
Kansas City, USA
42 years old
Birth Date
July 25 1981

Mac Lethal Facts

Child Star?
Rapper, Radio Host, Producer, Songwriter
Education & Qualifications
Net Worth
Rockwell Carlin, Maple
Warren Sheldon, Ruth Sheldon

About Mac Lethal 

Mac Lethal was born in the United States on July 25, 1981 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Mac Lethal is a rapper by profession. He is also a songwriter, radio host, author as well as a producer.

On HHI Recordings, Mac Lethal released his first studio album in 2002. He dominated the 'Scribble Jam' rap battle the same year. In 2004, Sage Francis accompanied him on the Clear Channel Tour.

Mac Lethal also has a YouTube channel.

Mac Lethal Net Worth, Earnings, & Spending Habits

What is Mac Lethal’s net worth?

The net worth of Mac Lethal is estimated to be around $2 million.

How much does Mac Lethal earn per year?

The yearly earnings of Mac Lethal are not known.

Height, Age, & Physical Attributes

How tall is Mac Lethal?

Mac Lethal is 5 ft 7 in (173 cm) tall.

How old is Mac Lethal?

Mac Lethal is 40 years old as of June 2022.

Childhood And Education

The American rapper and radio host, Mac Lethal, rarely talks about his childhood and certifications. Warren Sheldon and Ruth Sheldon are his parents. While in school in Kansas City, Lethal won rap battles, gaining him a lot of local attention.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Mac Lethal’s partner?

Mac Lethal is married, but his wife's name has not been revealed. The couple has two children named Rockwell Carlin and Maple.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Mac Lethal and longstanding buddy Jeremy Willis, who was heading the Datura Label at the time, created Black Clover Records in 2006. Black Clover Records are highly engaged in merchandise and developing a tight friendship style connection with their fans as well as supporters, releasing records by Joe Good and active musicians Grieves and Soulcrate Music. Mac also broadcasts 'Black Clover Radio Hour' on 96.5 'The Buzz' in Kansas City, which has run every Sunday night ever since the end of 2005 and is among the few hip-hop/punk rock radio programs in the town.

Rhymesayers Entertainment released his studio album '11:11' in 2007. In 2011, Mac Lethal was given a deal by Sony, which he turned down, calling the $250,000 deal, which included five albums, two options, and one milestone choice, insane.

On November 30, 2011, Mac Lethal uploaded a clip on YouTube of himself rapping over the rhythm of Chris Brown's 'Look At Me Now' in his kitchen while making pancakes. The video went viral and had millions of views on YouTube in a couple of days, prompting appearances on CNN as well as The Washington Post blogs. It was listed on the Spin's list of 'The 10 Most Contagiously Viral Musical Web Sensations of 2011'. In the same year, Mac Lethal published 'Irish Goodbye', his first studio album, with Black Clover Records.

Mac Lethal also has a Tumblr profile called 'Texts From Bennett', where he uploads text message exchanges with his cousin Bennett. Lethal claims that the chats are genuine, despite the fact that others have doubted whether Bennett is a genuine man. In 2013, Simon & Schuster published his novel of the same name.

'Texts From Bennett' was published on September 3, 2013. Lethal's William Morris Endeavor representatives sold the book idea to Gallery Books, a Simon & Schuster division, in May 2012. This narrative novel, based on the wildly successful 'Texts From Bennett' Tumblr blog, is classified as a family saga for the twenty-first century. It follows the year that Bennett, as well as the rest of his leeching family, relocated to his cousin Mac's home. As per the author, the novel is a story of love and a homage to 'How I Met My Wife'.

'Texts From Bennett' was named a Library Journal Choice Of The Month in the category of 'African-American Fiction'. 'The author's picture of poverty and the laboring poor white individuals' effort to get by has considerable street cred', Rollie Welch wrote for the journal. 'It's an intriguing and remarkable debut', Welch says, despite the 'prolonged sidebars dragging down the plot'.

The television show, 'Binge Thinking', hosted by Mac Lethal alongside Amber Diamond, launched on MTV2 on April 1, 2016. 'Binge Thinking' was the top bar crawl game program on TV that spilled the beans behind the phrase, 'Think you're wiser after a few drinks?'.

'Congratulations', his studio album, was dropped on September 13, 2016, and features a special feature by Tech N9ne. Mac Lethal released a song called 'Kansas Chiefs Anthem 2020' before the Chiefs' triumph in Super Bowl LIV. Mac Lethal mentions several Chiefs stars from that season in the track.

Other Interesting Mac Lethal Facts And Trivia

  • Lethal's real name is David McCleary Sheldon, and he is popularly known as Uncle Mac.
  • 'Mac Lethal Raps About Strangers' is his YouTube series.
  • His YouTube channel's name is Mac Lethal.
  • Mac Lethal can be found on Instagram under the handle maclethal.

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