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.


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Studio albums[edit]

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[edit]

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


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