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Dave McIntyre

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Dave Mac
Birth nameDavid John McIntyre
Born (1989-09-18) September 18, 1989 (age 31)
Port Perry, Ontario, Canada
  • Hip hop
  • rap
Years active2012–present
Associated acts
  • Chris Webby
  • Classified
  • Choclair
  • Ed the Sock
  • JD Era
  • Mac Miller
  • Madchild
  • Mark Battles
  • Moka Only
  • Prozzäk
  • Sammy Adams
  • Slaine
  • Snow
  • SonReal
  • Thrust
  • Tom Green
  • Snak The Ripper
  • Stitches

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David John "Dave" McIntyre (born September 18, 1989),[1] better known by his stage name Dave Mac (stylized as DAVE MAC), is a Canadian actor and musician from Port Perry, Ontario, Canada.

His album Turn My Back features collaborations with well-known Canadian hip hop artists such as Madchild, Swollen Members, Choclair, The Deans List, and Dilated Peoples.[2] McIntyre has also performed alongside notable hip hop artists such as Machine Gun Kelly, Thrust, Sean Brown, and Slaine.[3][4]

Early life[edit]

Born David John McIntyre, Dave Mac is the son of Deborah McIntyre[5] and Joseph McIntyre, who was the lead singer of 1970s Canadian rock band Yesteryear.[6]

McIntyre grew up in Port Perry, Ontario where he picked up rapping at the age of 15. He recorded his own music with his father's old recording interface.[7]

McIntyre attended Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario and Durham College in Oshawa, Ontario.[8] After his graduation, his father was killed in a motorcycle accident involving a drunk driver, which inspired him to write many motivational songs.[9]


In addition to rapping, McIntyre also is also a producer, songwriter, and graphic designer.[7][10][11] He is affiliated with Peter Jackson and 90 Nickel Entertainment, a company based in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.[12]

In 2016, he released his second E.P. "Trouble",[13][14][15] a ten-track album with seven visuals.[16] The recent traction of his Ed the Sock tribute[17][18] prompted HMV Canada to run an exclusive weekend sale of Dave Mac's Trouble.[19][20] "Trouble" was written as a result of Dave's personal experiences and real-life hardships of eternal love and tragic break-ups.[15] The album Trouble has also received industry praise from Canadian hip hop icon Moka Only. The album's single features a Detroit artist called Roze.

McIntyre also has a full-time job for Buc union as a construction worker in Newmarket, Ontario.[21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28]

The Update is his third album, released in 2017. It is a thirteen-track album that features guest appearances such as Mark Battles Hendersin, as well as Roze and Dubby.

In November 2017, he was featured on the front cover of Boss Code Magazine. In February 2018, Dave Mac was featured on the front cover of Focus On Scugog, a magazine based in Scugog Township.

In September 2019, Dave Mac interviewed with Respect Magazine in September 2019.[29] In 2019, he also released the 14-track album Anything.[30]



  • Turn My Back (2015)
  • Trouble (2016)
  • The Update (2017)
  • (TBA) (2019)


  • People Say (2013)
  • Love Or Money (2013)
  • Fire featuring Madchild, Choclair, and Thrust (2014)
  • Last (2014)
  • Sins (2014)
  • Dreams ft. PG (2014)
  • Power of Music NBM (2014)
  • Live it Up ft. JoKen (2014)
  • If I Could (2015)
  • Realness (2015)
  • Rookie ft. Hi Rez (2015)
  • Medic ft. RoZe (2015)
  • My Day Dream ft. RoZe (2015)
  • Fans (2015)
  • Changes (2015)
  • So Long ft. Abstract and Cam Meekins (2015)
  • They Say featuring Abstract and Dubby
  • Facts featuring ThaAlumni's Sean Brown (2015)
  • Turn My back (2015)
  • Forgive (2015)
  • Bop (2015)
  • Shots ft. Tray Jack (2015)
  • Trouble ft. Roze (2016)
  • Remember (2016)
  • Reason Why (2016)
  • Faded ft. Kimani (2016)
  • Love me (2016)
  • Jumpstart (2016)
  • Come Up (2016)
  • Work ft. Maurice Weeks (2016)
  • Aftershock Prod by Clutch (2016)
  • Can't Go Wrong ft. Roze (2017)
  • Echo ft. Roze & Mark Battles (2017)
  • What I Like ft. Roze & Dubby (2017)
  • Grow Up ft. Hendersin (2017)


  • People Say (2013)
  • Medic featuring RoZe (2015)
  • Facts featuring ThaAlumni's Sean Brown (2015)
  • Turn My back (2015)
  • Trouble ft. RoZe (2016)
  • Faded ft. Kimani (2016)
  • Aftershock (produced By Clutch) (2016)

Award nominations[edit]

  • 2016: Much Music Video Awards: Hip Hop Video of the Year for "Trouble"

See also[edit]

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  1. McIntyre, Dave (January 29, 2014). "Dave McIntyre Profile". Facebook. Retrieved Jan 1, 2014.
  2. Sins by Dave Mac – EP by Dave Mac on iTunes. Itunes.apple.com (May 1, 2014). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  3. Dave Mac – Opening For Slaine. YouTube (December 12, 2014). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  4. Davemac – Opens For Machine Gun Kelly. YouTube (January 16, 2014). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  5. Honorary Highway Woman of the Week: Deborah McIntyre
  6. Woman hit by car deemed an insurable passenger. The Globe and Mail. Retrieved on January 20, 2016.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Scugog rapper takes advantage of online opportunities. Durhamregion.com (November 13, 2012). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  8. Dave McIntyre (@DaveMcIntyre1). Twitter (October 20, 2012). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  9. Ruta, Mike (November 13, 2012). "Scugog rapper takes advantage of online opportunities". durhamregion.com.
  10. Amazon.co.jp: Sins by Dave Mac: Dave Mac: デジタルミュージック. Amazon.co.jp. Retrieved on January 20, 2016.
  11. Sins [Explicit]: Dave Mac: MP3 Downloads. Amazon.com. Retrieved on January 20, 2016.
  12. DAVE MAC – REALNESS (Official Music Video). YouTube (August 18, 2014). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  13. Hip Hop Canada.
  14. "Trouble" on iTunes
  15. 15.0 15.1 "Scugog's Dave Mac set to release new album on April 18". The Standard. Retrieved 2016-03-19.
  16. "Trouble by Dave Mac on iTunes". iTunes. Retrieved 2016-03-19.
  17. "Dave Mac - Ed The Sock | WhatTheHYPE". WhatTheHYPE. Retrieved 2016-03-21.
  18. "Dave Mac pays homage to "Ed The Sock" with new Captured-directed video". HipHopCanada.com. Retrieved 2016-03-21.
  19. "Trouble". hmvDigital. Retrieved 2016-03-19.
  20. "Dave Mac & UTH". hmvDigital. Retrieved 2016-03-21.
  21. Dave Mac pays homage to “Ed The Sock” with new Captured-directed video · HipHopCanada.com · Canadian Hip-Hop News, Rap Music. Hiphopcanada.com (September 25, 2015). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  22. Dave Mac – Ed The Sock | WhatTheHYPE. Whatthehype.ca (September 24, 2015). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  23. Dave Mac- Ed The Sock. TorontoRappers.com. Retrieved on January 20, 2016.
  24. Dave Mac's Musical Tribute to Ed the Sock. EveryJoe (September 25, 2015). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  25. Video: Dave Mac – Ed The Sock | ImperialHipHop. Imperialhiphop.com (September 25, 2015). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  26. [UPDATED: with Indie Content] » Dave Mac – Ed the Sock. Illindie.com (October 9, 2015). Retrieved on 2016-01-20.
  27. Dave Mac – Ed The Sock. Adrenalin.trendolizer.com. Retrieved on January 20, 2016.
  28. Flipbook
  29. Get to know Dave Mac. Respect Magazine (September 7, 2019). Retrieved on 2020-04-20.
  30. Toronto Rap Artist Dave Mac Releases New Video, Anything. The Hype Magazine (August 23, 2019). Retrieved on 2020-04-20.

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