Monday, November 23, 2009

Official Mixtape Release

Growing up in Mississippi things were limited, this you all know. It had its good times and its bad times like everywhere else in the world. College, well that was one of the good times. I don't have to tell you all about the things that took place in college, we all can imagine, but this is where I first learned about Club Hit Hat 2000. From the first night, I was hooked. My first experience and from there on, it was nothing nowhere else like it. You all have that "Hi Hat" type of club that YOU remember as well so this mixtape is meant to take you make to those times! The partying, the stress free, the letting everything loose and just enjoying LIFE and the fact that we can all HAVE FUN and enjoy it together.

This mixtape is in appreciation to the place that gave me my first chance to get on stage and rock the crowd. It opened doors for me that were so limited in the South, thats why I have come to give back and show where I come from. I want everyone to download this mixtape and just let it play through and let it take you back to when it was fun to listen to music and dance to it. I hope you all take the time to give it a listen and enjoy it altogether.
The mixtape can be downloaded

I want to thank everyone who was involved with the project and who has patiently waited for me to release it.
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Friday, November 20, 2009


The Mixtape is HERE: Back to 811 Timothy Lane in its entirety can be downloaded
by clicking HERE. I really had fun with this project and would love to hear what you think of it as well..
Thats really all for now because Im running all around Maryland at the moment handling B'i, so ummm yeah, get to it!!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Concept Behind the Mixtape!

Concept Behind Mixtape: Back to 811 Timothy Lane

As the release date for "Back to 811 Timothy Lane" draws near, I sat aside some time to answer a few questions I've been receiving about this project. Please feel free to send any that you also may have to

Q1: Where did the name of this mixtape come from?

Well 811 Timothy Lane was the address of the Hi Hat 2000, a club located in Hattiesburg, MS that really defined what a club was suppose to be. It brought us celebrities, all types of parties, events, you name it. It was more than just a place you went to just to party, it was an EVENT each time you entered.

Q2: What do expect this mixtape to accomplish overall?

I feel that the music scene at the moment is really all over the place, usually this would be a bad thing, but it also opens the door for EVERYONE to have a chance to be heard. Its a lot of what I call "being TOO serious" going on as well, meaning, everyone is looking to hear something DARK and DEEP and they wanna be TAKEN PLACES and sometimes people overlook GENUINE GOOD MUSIC while doing so. I want people to just sit back and play these songs track after track and have a GOOD time just ENJOYING the music. This mixtape is a PARTY MIXTAPE, you dont need to try to look SOOO DEEP into every track, just listen, dance, and be worry free.

Q3: Do you feel that this mixtape will make others label you as just a "dance song" type of rapper?

Of course. For those who are hearing me for the first time, Im sure they probably will and thats a chance you take. Im sure there will be people who say, "Oh he's just another Soulja Boy, JKwon, GS Boyz.." but I feel I have more to offer, I've just decided to concentrate more on this club aspect on this mixtape. For those who have been following me over the years, now THEY KNOW BETTER than to think that, but its cool, I'll rock with it for now?

Q4: What or who influences most of your material?

Honestly, I'm influenced DAILY on every current event. I mean artist wise, I'm very influenced by WHOEVER I'm listening to at the moment, this is why I really don't listen to other peoples music other than what comes on the radio. This can be good and bad in many ways but thats how I stay focused. Usually current events in my life has the most influence on what direction I am going.

Q5: What's the biggest misconception that people have about you?

Uuuum the biggest misconception would probably be that I'm not serious about music. i mean, with sooo many things going on previously I didn't have the attention to give the music like I wanted to at the moment, so I may have hit you with a song or two every now and then, I'm just glad the people you like my music stayed around until I really had time to focus on it 100% and now they see the difference.

Q6: Off topic, but what is your favorite tv show?

Anyone who knows me knows that Seinfeld is my favorite show. I have the whole 9 Season Box Set, Monk ash trays, napkin holders, the whole deal. It's kind of a big deal.

Q7: Where do you rate this mixtape with other projects you've done?

Overall I think this project is really nice! I won't say it is BETTER than my last mixtape (The Day The Game Stood Still) all because that one was all around hip hop, not focused on just partying, but I will say this one holds it down at the moment. This is GOOD MUSIC and I cant wait for the world to hear it!

Back to 811 Timothy Lane will be available on Friday, November 20th 2009 by going to They will have the ONLY EXCLUSIVE VERSION of the mixtape.
Please support the movement and let me know what you all think of the mixtape.

Thank you all for being patient,

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Even on the weekend I still have you covered!!

Who else comes through and deliver on the weekend? Other than the mail man, and DHS, and umm FedEx, maybe UPS.. Yeah yeah yeah, scratch that. I DO! This weekend you can get caught up with ya favorite rapper's favorite rapper! Below is a video with a HUGE announcement. Please watch and take notes. Well, not really, its just a saying!
So, lemme know whatchu think!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Behind the Music

I took the opportunity to sit down and show you all what goes
on at thestudio/bassment/hangout spot/office/etc... You get the idea..
This video shows what goes into making a hot record, and yes, even
though it's only 40% finished, it is most definitely a hit. Shout out to
S Original Beatz for this banger!! This track is titled "Log In"
and it will feature on off the hottest female artist the DMV has
to offer, but thats a secret for now. Just enjoy for the moment.

Thanks you all,


Unofficial Mixtape Tracklisting

Freddie Mac
Back to 811 Timothy Lane

1. Intro
2. The Way I (produced by Showtime)
3.Tic Tic Boom ft. Nyk Lashae (produced by Showtime)
4. Baow (produced by UNeek Beats)
5. Shake It (produced by Uneek Beats)
6. Who Im Iz ft. Six Deuce (produced by Vybe Beatz)
7. Grown Up (produced by Showtime)
8. Five Star Chick
9. Get Loose (produced by Showtime)
10. Look At 'Em ft. Nyk Lashe(produced by Showtime)
11. Wasted ft. FuzeB
12. Porno Chick ft. Six Deuce (produced by Showtime)

Artwork by Iba Oshun

Twitter Requested: WASTED

Every now and then a song comes along that you REALLY REALLY LOVE. You love EVERYTHING about the track EXCEPT the people who are rapping on them! LMAO.. Thats where WE come in.. I know this sounds like a pitch for an 80s super hero cartoon but nah, way better.
The good homie @Fuzeb sent me this track a few days ago and when I saw that there was space left on it, I had to no choice but to "Lil Mama" my way into the spotlight. It was only right.
Hopefully you will enjoy it!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009


Off the upcoming "Back to 811 Timothy Lane" Mixptape, I decided it was only right to hop on this Five Star Chick instrumental, ONLY showing appreciation for the five star females holding it down. I see yall.. This ones for you, even if you dont have a snapper ;-)

Freddie Mac: Taking it back to 811 TIMOTHY LANE

Im coming down to the last stretch of completing this mixtape!! Being that THIS one consist ONLY of club tracks, I feel its only right to show appreciation for the place that introduced me to the late night scene of Hattiesburg, MS.
The Hi Hat was more than just a nightclub that played music. It was a meeting place, it was a social gathering for the up and coming, movers and shakers of southern Mississippi. There was none before it and there will be none like it in the future.
So with this mixtape, I pay respect to the FIRST PLACE that let me rock the mic and be an MC. As I continue to complete this project, I ask of a little favor from you all, the ones who were apart of this movement. If you have my BB pin, please send me a 10-15 second voice note of what you remember and what you will miss about The Hi Hat 2000. You have until the end of the week to get me this info.

Thanks for being patient,

Freddie Mac

Major shout out to everyone's favorite DJ, DJ Sweat.

Saturday, November 7, 2009


A lot of you that follow me on twitter ( have been asking what's up with the mixtape which I know I have promised you for the last few months as though it seems. The truth is, I chose to go in a different direction than I first started. However, the "CLUB EDITION" is FINISHED and I will still make that one available for download in the next few weeks, you can hold me to that one!! I also have been working on a MORE COMPLETE mixtape which is looking like it should be available in JANUARY of next year, God's willing! I am very excited of the tracks that have been recorded so far and can't wait to let you all check them out. In the next couple of weeks leading up to that release, I will be doing a few things to promote this mixtape so make sure you stay tuned. I will try to make note of it on twitter as much as possible..
Thanks again for all the support!