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Biography: Mars (Mario Delgado) is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer. He is best known for his hit single "The Anthem" which was released in 2003. He has released several albums and mixtapes, including his debut album, The Anthem, in 2003, and his most recent album, The Return of the King, in 2017. Age: 40 years old (as of 2021) Height: 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m) Physical Stats: Mars has a muscular build and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m). He has black hair and brown eyes. Dating/Affairs: Mars is currently single and is not known to be dating anyone. Family: Mars was born and raised in Antioch, California. He is of Mexican descent. He has two siblings, a brother and a sister. Career: Mars began his career as a rapper in the early 2000s. He released his debut album, The Anthem, in 2003. The album was a success and spawned the hit single "The Anthem". He has since released several albums and mixtapes, including his most recent album, The Return of the King, in 2017. He has also collaborated with several other artists, including Snoop Dogg, E-40, and Too Short. Net Worth: Mars has an estimated net worth of $2 million. He has earned his wealth through his successful career as a rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer.

Popular As Mario Delgado
Occupation rapper, entrepreneur, record producer, actor
Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 18 April, 1980
Birthday 18 April
Birthplace Antioch, California, United States
Nationality United States

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That year Swizz and Mars released their follow “The Hangover” EP. Mars used this momentum to release the fan favorite “Bad Temper” single making it one of the most downloaded songs in his catalog. The following month he released the single “In Memory” sparking rumors on its release date that the artist had died. A few weeks later the artist would make the cover of Underground Nation magazine along with Brotha Lynch Hung, G-Mo Skee, and Kung Fu Vampire. In June 2019 Mad Insanity Records along with EMPIRE and Force 5 Records released the first single off of his album Locked Up A Broad called “Throw It All Away" immediately earning himself radio play in major markets erupting in a bidding with major labels in hopes to sign the artist.

In the coming months Mad Insanity Records released an onslaught of singles including "Medication" which went on to win Single Of The Year at the 2019 Grrrd Awards. He kicked off a month long press run to promote the single appearing on podcasts based around the world including popular shows and website in America, Australia and Finland. Before the success of Medication died down he released a 10 track project called The Murder EP. The project was well received by fans and set the tone for what may be a new sound of his take on horrorcore. With songs like "Whiskey" getting cross over playlists ranging from hip-hop to hick-hop audiences the attention from a new markets, he answered with his full length album the following month with an all horrorcore theme with soft tones and sometimes acoustic sounds. "Locked Up A Broad" cemented his feet once again at the forefront of the horror rap counter culture.


In 2018, Mars released his collaborative album Drunk On The Hwy with Young Swizz through Force 5 Records. On January 20th he won Best Hip-Hop Single Of The Year at the 9Quota Awards for “Creatures Of The Night”. The following year he released The Hangover with Young Swizz and won album of the year at the 2019 9Quota Awards.


In 2016, after a brief hiatus, Mars embarked on his "Road To Redemption" tour. He went on to win the Best Male Hip-Hop trophy at the 9Quota Awards. Mars made several appearances on artists’ albums and compilations, including the song "All I Know," which appeared on 1 World Magazine and Knocksmith Magazine's No H compilation. In January 2017, the project won Hip-Hop Album of the Year at the 9Quota Awards. Mars took home the Best Overall Hip-Hop and Best Overall Artist awards. The same day, Mars inked a deal with Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Force 5 Records. He moved to the Midwest to focus on recording music and helping to establish the new label. He released the single “Creatures of the Night,” featuring Tech N9ne and Twiztid, as his first physical record with Force 5. On July 28, 2017, he released his album Glockcoma. Mars also appeared on New York hardcore musician Danny Diablo's album The Crackson Heights Project, released to an overseas market through Eternal Sound Records, the international distributor for Force 5 Records. He released a series of songs and appearances on Force 5 Records’ Ruckus Mixtape, including the song "Freak Treat," which was given away for free both digitally and physically.


In October 2015, Mars was asked to interview his favorite horror figures for a takeover of CBS Radio's website Man Cave Daily. After landing interviews and photoshoots alongside actress Mena Suvari, Insane Clown Posse, and Sid Haig, he was asked to work full-time as a celebrity blogger.


Mars released The Zodiac Mixtape (Limited Edition) LP through Mad Insanity on March 20, 2012. On June 17, 2014, Empire Distribution released his entire discography digitally, including new singles “Hold On,” “Hurt ‘Em,” and “Overnight Change.”


In 2009, soon after the release of his album School House Glock: Extra Credit, a project that blatantly poked fun at his previous controversy, Delgado received international attention once again when Mars fan Richard Sam McCroskey killed four people. McCroskey's MySpace page listed Mars as his favorite rapper, and Mars told law enforcement he had seen and signed autographs for McCroskey at various events before the murders. Following these events, Delgado was interviewed by several TV news outlets around the United States, including CBS News, Fox News, ABC News, and CNN.


On August 19, 2008, Psychopathic Records and sub-label Hatchet House released their Tunnel Runners compilation, featuring material from underground rappers and groups not signed to the label. The compilation entered the Billboard Top 25 Rap Albums chart in its first week. After the Mars track "They Watchin Me" featuring Mike Marshall became the most popular song on the project, Violent J of the group Insane Clown Posse invited Mars to perform on Psychopathic Records’ "Shock Therapy Tour" alongside Anybody Killa, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Boondox, Axe Murder Boyz, and J Reno. After Boondox experienced medical issues from a prior surgery, Mars replaced the artist on Insane Clown Posse's 2008 “Hallowicked Clown Tour.”


In 2005, Mars released his debut album, Mars Attacks, with online stores selling out of copies on the first day of pre-orders, two weeks before the album’s release. Later that year, he received national attention when fan Jeff Weise, who had frequented Mars' website and forum, killed nine people. Mars stated on his website that he had no link to Weise whatsoever other than Weise being a fan of his music. Due to media attention and buzz, he gained the attention of hip-hop distribution label Beyond Spaced Entertainment and re-released Mars Attacks to stores worldwide.


In 2001, Mars signed with Black Market Records and helped found Rest In Peace Records with Rod and Anthony Singleton. That same year, Mars helped sign horrorcore pioneer Ganxsta NIP and released the Houston, Texas, artist's album The Return of the Psychopath nationwide. Mars also headed the album’s publicity and marketing as project manager for the album. When Black Market CEO Cedric Singleton observed the success Mars achieved with the project management of Ganxsta NIP, he was assigned to oversee the latest album from rap artist Big Lurch, All Bad. The Rest In Peace moniker was shortlived, due in part to Mars requesting his release from the label to push his own Mad Insanity Records.


Mars has three children, born in 1999, 2001 and 2007. His son Gavin has appeared in promotional videos, on stage, press, and music videos alongside his father, including the Kung Fu Vampire music video for "Love Bites.”

On May 9, 1999, J RZ, Mars, and several Mad Insanity Records artists and crew members were involved in a fight with Detroit rappers Eminem and Proof at The Fillmore in San Francisco during Eminem's performance on his first headlining "Slim Shady" tour. The incident was published in several notable hip-hop blogs and Bay Area newspapers, allowing Mad Insanity Records to gain a regional buzz.


In 1998, he released his first unofficial project, S.I.D.S., on homemade cassettes and CD-Rs. Lyrical topics included rape, suicide, murder, and abortion. The tape is now considered a collector’s item by fans.


Delgado began his rap career in 1997. Along with childhood friend J RZ, he formed Mad Insanity Records, through which they released their basement-style tapes to their friends locally. His stage name "Mars" was a nickname he had been called by classmates as a shortened version of his given name.


Mario Delgado (born April 18, 1980), better known by his stage name Mars, is a Mexican American rapper, entrepreneur, record producer, photographer, and actor from the San Francisco Bay Area city of Pittsburg, California, who often performs with a Hannibal Lecter-style mask. He specializes in horrorcore music.