Iconic West Coast rapper Mack 10 returns with a new single and music video entitled “King of Chevys” today. It notably marks his first proper solo release in 14 years since 2009.
Listen to “King of Chevys” HERE. Watch the video HERE.
Mack 10 practically broke the internet with the hilarious social media announcement of his return, amassing 2 million views and counting.
Of course, “King of Chevys” proudly flaunts all the hallmarks of his instantly recognizable signature style. His robust, yet laidback flow cruises over head-nodding production towards a proclamation on the hook. Meanwhile, the accompanying video channels the classic spirit of the West with a decidedly modern fresh fire.
To celebrate the dawn of this era, Mack 10 will return to the road to present his “Cali Classic Tour,” bringing a legendary lineup of west-coast artists out with him including, DJ Quik, Warren G, The Dogg Pound (Daz & Kurupt), Suga Free, Amanda Perez and Kid Frost.
The tour will kick off on April 15 in Odessa, TX at Ector Theater, visits major cities throughout the West Coast and concludes on July 30 in Santa Maria, CA at Elks Event Center.
Check out the full confirmed itinerary below.
Mack 10 boasts one of the most bulletproof catalogs in rap history. It spans three gold-selling classics, namely Mack 10 , Based on a True Story , and The Recipe . Additionally, he joined forces with Ice Cube and WC in the once-in-a-lifetime supergroup Westside Connection, dropping the platinum Bow Down  and Terrorist Threats .
He dropped his last solo album, Soft White, in 2009 with assists from Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Birdman, Jazze Phae, Akon, and Anthony Hamilton.
Entrenching himself as a force behind-the-scenes, he has notably asserted himself as one of the nation’s most influential hip-hop promoters, booking A-list megastars from Smokey Robinson and Stephanie Mills to Lil Wayne and Cardi B at shows nationwide.
Confirmed “Cali Classic Tour” Dates:
April 15 – Odessa, TX – Ector Theater
April 29 – El Paso, TX – Ceasar Chavez Theater
May 12 – Tacoma, WA – Temple Theater
May 13 – Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
May 26 – Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
May 27 – Spokane WA – Knitting Factory
June 10 – Beverly Hills, CA – Saban Theater
July 28 – Montclair, CA – Canyon
July 29 – Oxnard, CA – PAC
July 30 – Santa Maria, CA – Elks Event Center