Shorty Mack

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Shorty Mack
Birth name Derrelle Owens
Born (1981-06-09) June 9, 1981 (age 36)
Origin Sacramento, California, United States
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Producer, Rapper, songwriter, Actor
Years active 1991 - present
Labels Knockout
Associated acts Ray J

Derrelle Owens (born June 9, 1981), better known by his stage name Shorty Mack, is a producer, rapper and actor. He is most significantly known his 1996 single, "Hard To Tame Me", and his self-titled debut album, both released under JVC/Vertex Music. He has since made appearances on numerous recordings by Ray J, including the Knockout remix of "Formal Invite" and the Smokin' Trees version of "What I Need". He also played the role of "Nyce" on the sitcom Moesha. Owens co-created Knockout Entertainment. A full-length album, tentatively titled Shorty Mack, was expected to be released in 2012.


TV series


Studio albums

Year Title Chart positions
1996 Shorty Mac


Year Title Chart positions Album
1996 "Hard To Tame Me"
Shorty Mac
2009 "Sexy Ladies" (Ray J featuring Truth & Shorty Mack)
For the Love of Ray J

Guest appearances

Year Song Album
2001 "Out Tha Ghetto" (with Ray J) This Ain't A Game
"Formal Invite" (Knockout Remix) (with Ray J, Pharrell & Brandy) Formal Invite - Single
2005 "Quit Actin" (with R. Kelly & Ray J) Raydiation
"Unbelievable" (with Ray J & Detail)
2006 "Smokin' Smokin' Trees" (with Snoop Dogg, Slim Thug, Nate Dogg & Ray J) --
2008 "Good Girl Gone Bad" (with Ray J) All I Feel
2009 "Sexy Ladies" (with Ray J & Truth) For The Love Of Ray J
"Sex In The Rain" (with Ray J)
"Dirty Samantha" (with Ray J)
"Good Times" (with Ray J)
2011 "Ready To Roll" (with Ray J) A Family Business


External links

  • Shorty Mack at AllMusic
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