It is our honor to pay tribute to the great Willi Mac Waller and wish him a very Happy Birthday!
WILLI MAC WALLER - accomplished composer / producer approaches music without preconception or contrivance.
His music is featured throughout NewWorldStation.com under his own name, as well as on featured productions for Sherlee Skai and Renn Woods (Saturday Love). But not only that - Will is NWS Creative Director. He does high-end graphic design, audiovisual engineering and manages the content on NewWorldStation.com.
In recent years, Will has had serious health complications due to a cancerous tumor on his spine. It was successfully removed, but the spinal surgery left him paralyzed. Determined he fought back and beat the cancer by curing himself (with no radiation or chemo) and has taken steps to walk again. With all he has endured he continues to produce music and art of impeccable standards. So much so that during this time he became Executive Music Producer for 360EI and NWS Creative Director -- always delivering high quality work on time.
Willi Mac is instrumental to 360EI's ability to take it to the next level -- and provide a progressive platform that empowers independent Artists, Filmmakers, and Producers.
Willi Mac's last album, released on his own 3Eight Entertainment label, “Instrumental Moodz” promises a brand new vibe… blending the best of all musical worlds.
Previously he co-wrote, performed and produced hundreds of music tracks. Willi Mac and Chopmaster J formed Big Brutha Soul & The Bros. of Invention, a 13‐piece powerhouse funk band performing live in Bay Area venues and across the U.S. Co‐produced tracks featuring guest appearances by George Clinton, El Debarge, Dave Hollister and others. Toured the US and abroad and shared stages with the late Rick James, Morris Day & The Time, Todd Rundgren, Jimmy Page, Sheila E, The P‐funk All‐stars and Mick Fleetwood to name a few.
In the early 90’s worked with multi‐platinum rap group Digital Underground co‐founder Chopmaster J and R&B vocalist Dave Hollister (collectively as Force One Network). Willi Mac co‐wrote, performed on and produced much of the group’s critically acclaimed debut album The M.M.E. – Program I for Quincy Jones’ Qwest / Warner Bros. label.
Co‐wrote and co‐produced the Force One track “Static” which featured 2Pac. Force One Network also placed the song “Spirit” from the ‘M.M.E.’ album in the film and on the million plus selling soundtrack for John Singleton’s Oscar Nominated “Boyz ‘N The Hood”.
Willi Mac embodying the great experiences of his past, moves us forward -- representing the epitome of what we call 21st Century Funk!
***Check it out: http://www.newworldstation.com/music-channels/21st-century-funk