|Birth name||David McCleary Sheldon|
|Also known as||Uncle Mac|
|Born||July 25, 1981|
|Origin||Kansas City, Missouri|
|Genres||Alternative hip hop|
|Occupations||Rapper, producer, radio host|
|Labels||HHI Recordings, Rhymesayers Entertainment, Black Clover Records|
|Associated acts||Seven, Murs, Sage Francis, Grieves, Budo, Atmosphere, Spose|
|Website||Mac Lethal on Twitter|
In 2006, Mac Lethal founded Black Clover Records with longtime friend Jeremy Willis, who had been running the Datura Label.
In November 2011, Mac Lethal released a video on YouTube of him rapping over the beat to "Look at Me Now" while he prepares a dish of pancakes in his kitchen. The video became a viral hit and got millions of views in a matter of days and led to interviews on websites like CNN and The Washington Post.
Mac Lethal is also responsible for a Tumblr feed called "Texts from Bennett", in which he purports to divulge text message conversations between himself and his cousin Bennett. Although some have questioned whether or not Bennett is a real person, he insists that the conversations are 100% genuine. He released the novel of the same name on Simon & Schuster in 2013.
- Men Are from Mars, Pornstars Are from Earth (HHI Recordings, 2002)
- 11:11 (Rhymesayers Entertainment, 2007)
- Irish Goodbye (Black Clover Records, 2011)
- The Love Potion Collection (Black Clover Records, 2003)
- The Love Potion Collection 2 (Black Clover Records, 2006)
- The Love Potion Collection 3 (Black Clover Records, 2006)
- The Love Potion Collection 4 (Black Clover Records, 2007)
- The Crown Prime Rib Mixtape (Black Clover Records, 2008)
- The Love Potion Collection 5 (Black Clover Records, 2009)
- Black Clover Presents Aged Barrel Series 1: Original 11:11 (Black Clover Records, 2009)
- Black Clover Presents Aged Barrel Series 2: Moonthinker (Black Clover Records, 2009)
- Blood in the Water Mixtape (Black Clover Records, 2010)
- The Love Potion Collection 6 (Black Clover Records, 2010)
- North Korean BBQ (Black Clover Records, 2011)
- Moon Thinker (2001) produced by The R.E.
- Nine Situations (2003) produced by Nezbeats
- Women of Scribble Jam (2004) with Murs
- Digital Love Potion (2008)
- The Fred Phelps (2011)
- Postcards from Kansas City (2013)
- "Make-Out Bandit" b/w "Pound That Beer" (2007)
- Sadistik - "Ashes to Ashley" from The Balancing Act (2008)
- The Let Go - "No Difference" from Tomorrow Handles That (2008)
- CunninLynguists - "Broken Van (Thinking of You)" from Strange Journey Volume One (2009)
- Noah23 - "Foot Loose" from Heart of Rock (2010)
- Sole - "Fuck Wells Fargo" from Nuclear Winter Volume 2: Death Panel (2011)
- Spose - "I'm Awesome(Remix)" from Happy Medium (2011)
- Copywrite - "White Democrats" from God Save the King (2012)
- Rhyme Progression - "Broken Down" from Awoken EP (2012)
- Texts from Bennett: A Novel (2013)
- Harper, Jason (November 7, 2005). "Lethal Attraction". The Pitch.
- Koch, Kyle (November 23, 2010). "Mac Lethal". The Pitch.
- Quinlan, Thomas (August 2002). "Mac Lethal - Men Are From Mars, Pornstars Are From Earth". Exclaim!.
- "Fuck Clear Channel Tour". The Wake Student Magazine. March 31, 2004.
- Rohla, Bill (2009). "The Future of Midwest Hip Hop". High Plains Reader.
- "Pancake rapper Mac Lethal on romantic cheesecake, BBQ and the second best cuisine on Earth". CNN. December 5, 2011. Retrieved December 6, 2011.
- Crum, Haley (December 2, 2011). "Rapper Mac Lethal on "Texts From Bennett" Tumblr, rapping about pancakes and more.". The Washington Post.
- "Texts From Bennett: Mac Lethal Speaks About His Internet Sensations". The Huffington Post. December 2, 2011.
- Hagni, Jonna (August 8, 2013). "Coming soon — Texts from Bennett, A Novel". Vox Talk. Vox.