TMack feat. MJG & Goliath – Not A Superhero (Clean)
TMack feat. MJG & Goliath – Not A Superhero (Dirty)
TMack feat. MJG & Goliath – Not A Superhero (Instrumental)
TMack feat. MJG & Goliath – Not A Superhero (Acapella) (Clean)
TMacK feat. Don Trip – My Green (Clean)
TMacK feat. Don Trip – My Green (Dirty)
Terence Duan Jones (born August 1st, 1987 in Memphis, Tennessee), also know as TMacK is an American Producer and Recording Artist who produced and featured on 2 MJG (8Ball & MJG) albums; This Might Be The Day & All I Do the EP.
Moving to Columbus,Ohio at age 3, TMack began his journey into the music business at a young age. By the age of 11, he was already skilled in reading music and played both the Violin & Saxophone. His first attempts at producing came at age 13 when he and a neighborhood friend produced Task, wrote and recorded a 15 track album entitled “Lifestylez”.
In 2002, at age 15, TMack moved back to Memphis,Tennessee. Attending Wooddale High School, TMack played football and recorded music in his free-time. At Wooddale, he met Goliath, Precise, Sam Goody, Nuke & Rico and they formed “The Franchise”. They would later change that name to 1Hunitville in tribute to Rico who was murdered in August of 2008.
Building a name on the local Memphis scene as a producer TMack received his first placement in 2006 producing Yung Flow’s “Hustlin” on the Memphis or Die DVD/Soundtrack released by Select-O-Hits.
In 2007, TMack would produce radio singles for memphis artists Mac E, Novakane, and MJG. That same year he released his first official studio album “Born Ready”.
By 2008, TMack had worked with many underground artists in Memphis and was producing MJG’s third studio album “This Might Be The Day” working with artist like Slim of 112 and former Grand Hustle artist Alfamega. Later that year he produced Have You Seen Her for Boo from Boo & Gotti’s album “48 Minutes”.
In 2009, TMack inked a digital distribution deal with Ingrooves and produced MJG’s – All I Do EP. He then began recording for his own album entitled “So Long”, earning him a chance to work with Oscar winning songwriter and recording artist Cedric “Frayser Boy” Coleman and west coast natives Daz Dillinger & Kurupt (Tha Dogg Pound).