Mack Maine

Turns Himself In
Young Money president Mack Maine found himself in serious legal trouble when he got hit with two felony charges of sexual battery. Today, he's facing the consequences.
Mack Maine Charged
Mack Maine has been formally charged with two felony charges of sexual battery and aggravated assault and battery. The charges stem from an Aug. 21 incident in Oklahoma City, Okla., where he allegedly groped a woman and punched another female.
Maine In Big Trouble
Prosecutors in Oklahoma are preparing to file two felony counts -- sexual battery and aggravated assault and battery -- against Young Money president Mack Maine. The rap executive is accused of allegedly groping a young woman's breast and punching another female on a tour bus.
New Video
You think it's easy being the president of the hottest label in rap? Not so asMack Maine reveals in his video for 'Up Until Then.' The Young Money president reflects on his grind to get to the top of the rap game.
'Tapout' Video
Birdman will do anything when it comes to getting that money. In his latest video for 'Tapout,' the Rich Gang leader employs two beautiful thieves to pull off a major heist.
We don't think Mack Maine and Lil Wayne are celebrating right now so this video is a little ill-timed to say the least. Nevertheless, while Weezy is recuperating from his recent seizures, here's a video for the uplifting anthem 'Celebrate.'
Album Details
Young Money President Mack Maine is revealing new details about two of the most highly-anticipated albums of the year: Lil Wayne's 'I Am Not a Human Being II' and Drake's 'Nothing Was the Same.'