What is Mack Maine’s Net Worth?

Early Life

Jermaine Anthony was conceived in New Orleans, Louisiana on the 28th of July 1982. At the age of 11, he formed a friendship and became close to Dwayne Carter, aka Lil Wayne.

He placed 16th of over a thousand contestants in 2003’s freestyle battle hosted on MTV. This was combined with a performance backstage at the 2004 BET Awards featuring Cassidy.


Mack Maine performed the song on Saturday Night Live with Wayne, on September 14, 2008, and was featured on the official remix to Lil Wayne’s third single, “Got Money”.

He performed the following night with Lil Wayne during his “I Am Music Tour”, performing each night in his own set as well as at mtvU’s Spring Break 2009 concert. Don Cannon also presented a mixtape entitled “This Is Just A Mixtape”.

Mack Maine is featured on Young Money’s collaboration album. He also appears in the single “Every Girl.” He starred alongside Birdman, Slim and Cortez Bryant in Lil Wayne’s Behind the Music.

Mack Maine appeared in 2010 with Snoop Dogg’s single “Ghetto Commandments” and also voiced Trap Jesus’ gangster in Adult Swim’s Freaknik: The Musical.

Mack Maine’s 2013 music video for “Celebrate”, featuring Lil Wayne, and Talib Kweli was released.


These are the top highlights from Mack Maine’s career.

  • Every Girl (Song, 2009) 
  • Bedrock (Song, 2010) 
  • The Devil Inside (Album, 2014) 

Three Life Lessons From Mack Maine 

1. Ups and Downs

Because life is meant to be enjoyed and lived, it has ups and downs just like a rollercoaster ride.

2. Do not live in the middle

Don’t commit to something if you don’t want it. But once you commit, you can’t live without it.

3. Reflection is the best thing in life

Your thoughts are the mirror of your life, so think pure thoughts and make life beautiful.

Favorite Quotes From Mack Maine

Nah. It doesn’t pay my bills and I don’t do it anymore. It’s possible to do it, it’s just like fingers. You know what? I write songs. I can still freestyle. I still play with it, and I’m also on the business side. I get my President on board, and I have my exec around here.

It’s always home. My homies always hear me say, “I miss home.” There is no other place like New Orleans. I miss seeing familiar faces, and I miss being able just to navigate without navigation.