Compton Rapper Mac Warren III Explains How Motown Inspired His Artist Debut
Growing up in Compton, rapper Mac Warren III began his musical mission while learning to play Gospel songs in church.
While studying multiple musical eras, he built a better understanding of classic record labels such as Motown, which influenced his approach to hit-making.
He also became infatuated with watching lowrider car clubs drive by blasting their soulful music, and was inspired to craft songs that crossed genre boundaries.
With a diverse set of skills, his versatility and overall success in the music industry are highlighted by his multi-hyphenate accomplishments both in the R&B and Hip Hop worlds.
Widely known for his production on Tyga’s “Molly”, which peaked at No. 66 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2013, Mac has also collaborated with countless up-and-coming artists including Compton’s “Plant-based Messiah” Tommy Tomagotchi.
Mac Warren III is currently developing his recording outfit, Patchbay Studios, located in North Hollywood’s Noho District area, with the intent to launch his career as a lyricist while privately lease to labels and publishers alike.