VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 25: Wanda Salvatto, mother of legendary rapper Mac Dre who was killed in 2004, holds a framed photograph of her son when he was in his late teens at her home in Vallejo, California on April 25, 2012. (Photo by Susan Tripp Pollard/MediaNews Group/East Bay Times via Getty Images)

Steph Curry To Produce Documentary On Bay Area Legend Mac Dre

Steph Curry To Produce Documentary On Bay Area Legend Mac Dre

Published Thu, September 28, 2023 at 5:30 PM EDT

A documentary about the late Bay Area legend Mac Dre is coming, and it's being produced by NBA star Steph Curry through Unanimous Media.

Billboard reports the documentary will focus on Mac Dre, who was tragically killed in 2004 at age 34, and his dominant influence in the Bay's Hyphy movement. Songs like “Feelin Myself,” “Get Stupid,” "Not My Job," and “Make You Mine," have become staples in Bay Area rap and beyond. Dre’s mother, Wanda Salvatto, will explore her son's legacy and continued impact on Hip-Hop.

“I look forward to sharing how from Andre’s dreams of rapping emerged a blueprint that not only inspired a generation but also became a guide to conquering obstacles and fulfilling their entrepreneurial dreams,” Salvatto told Billboard.

Unanimous Media will partner with Salvatto on the documentary.

“Mac Dre is a cultural icon who made a tremendous impact on the Bay Area and beyond through his music and pioneering creativity,” co-founder Erick Peyton and Curry told Billboard. “We’re honored to work with Mac Dre’s incredible mother, Wanda, to tell her son’s life story with respect and dignity for fans, the Bay Area community, and music lovers alike.”

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