Tom MacDonald is a Canadian author and businessman. Biographical Information, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Age, Tour Dates, and Song Lists

Tom MacDonald-Net Worth, Professional Life, Age, Media, Tattoos


Tom MacDonald, like it or not, isn’t afraid to speak his thoughts. Tom MacDonald is a rising rapper from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He’s best known for the songs “White Boy,” “Straight White Male,” and “If I Was Black,” all of which are controversial songs that seem to criticize progressive thought while also providing interesting alternative perspectives on racism, misogyny, and gender identity, regardless of how wacky the lyrics may be.

Quick Facts

Full Name Tom MacDonald
Real Name Tom MacDonald
Birthdate Sept. 21, 1988
Current Age 31
Horoscope Virgo
Birth Place Vancouver, Canada
Current Residence Los Angeles, California
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity Caucasian
Education No sources point out to which school Tom went to or when he graduated
Height 6’ 1” or 185.42 cm
Eye Color Blue
Marital Status Single 
Relationship Status Dating Nova Rockafeller since 2017
Is Tom MacDonald gay? No, we don’t think he is gay. He has a girlfriend and wrote a song calling himself a “Straight White Male”.
Profession Rapper, Former Pro-Wrestler
Net Worth US $12 Million
Social Media Presence YouTube, Spotify, Instagram, Facebook
Youtube Channel
Instagram Page
Spotify Page
Songs  “WhiteBoy” “Straight White Male”, and “Politically Incorrect”
Parents Lee Ann Macdonald (Mother)

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Who is Tom MacDonald, and where did he come from?

Tom Macdonald is a rapper and media figure from Canada. He first rose to prominence after releasing his album “LeeAnn’s Son” in 2014. He had quite a few popular releases in the succeeding years. But in 2018, “Helluvit” became his first hit, reaching 5 million views on YouTube. He is also known for other songs such as “WhiteBoy”, “Dear Rappers”, and “Castles”. 

The age of Tom MacDonald

Tom MacDonald was born in Canada on September 21, 1988. Virgo is his zodiac sign. He is currently 31 years old. LeeAnn MacDonald is his mother’s name, as revealed in his song “LeeAnn’s Son.” Tom worked as a professional wrestler as a teenager. MacDonald appeared on a bi-weekly TV show in Alberta and on Pay Per View alongside WWE Super Stars. 

As a 14-year-old professional wrestler and amateur poet, Tom owes his success to a “Eminem revelation.” In an interview with online magazine Four Letter Nerd, he said, “I was like ‘Yo… this guy has blonde hair… I have blonde hair. This guy has blue eyes… I have blue eyes. He looks like me… he sounds like me… I could do that.” 

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Tom MacDonald’s Professional Life

Tom debuted as a rapper in 2009. He dabbled with a variety of styles, including hip hop, conscious rap, and alternative hip hop. In May of 2014, MacDonald released his debut YouTube video, “Wannabe.” In 2018, he published “Dear Rappers,” which has over 500,000 views on YouTube.

Influences of Tom MacDonald

In an interview with, he said that classic rock bands inspired him to pursue a career in music. Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Joe Cocker, the Beatles, Janis Joplin, Black Sabbath, and Aerosmith are among his musical inspirations. He says, “I just think that music is really expendable these days and it’s really hot for like 3 months or 6 months and then it’s gone forever. Guys like Zeppelin and the Beatles; their music has been around for 30-40 years and it’s really timeless. It gets passed down from parents to their children and when those kids grow up, they are probably going to pass it down to their kids. That’s really what I’m trying to do.”

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Relationship with Tom MacDonald

Since 2017, Tom has been dating Nova Rockafeller, a rapper, music producer, and fellow Canadian. In 2009, they met in Edmonton, and he invited her to appear in a performance. Before they started dating, they were great friends.

Tom MacDonald’s Salary

His major source of revenue as an independent rapper would be from YouTube views, iTunes downloads, concerts, and tours. He makes $12 million, according to his diss hit “Mac Lethal Sucks.” 

Tom MacDonald’s Achievements and Awards

MacDonald was nominated for the coveted Leo Award in Canada. He’s also shared the stage alongside big names like Major Lazer, Wu-Tang Clan, Mad Child, and Swollen Members. In 2013 and 2014, he toured Europe twice with Kool Keith and Onyx.

Tours, merchandise, and contact information for Tom MacDonald

Despite the fact that Tom MacDonald is not currently affiliated to a record company, he maintains a website where fans may follow him on tour. His website keeps information on tour dates as well as allows fans to purchase tickets and merchandise. He can also be contacted at [email protected] or through his agency Allive at

Is Tom MacDonald still alive?

Tom MacDonald is still very much alive, despite his murderous lyrics. His tour dates for this year are listed on his website, and he recently released a single called “Coronavirus.” To learn more, scroll down to the bottom of the page. 

Mac Lethal’s Feud with Tom MacDonald

MacDonald has been feuding with fellow rapper Mac Lethal, culminating in MacDonald making a trash track called “Mac Lethal stinks.” Within five days, the song had 1.7 million views on YouTube.

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Songs by Tom MacDonald

Tom’s songs are well-known for not shying away from tough subjects. His tracks “Whiteboy” and “Politically Incorrect” speak out against white male stereotyping, particularly in the rap business, as well as his personal experiences as a victim of such clichés. MacDonald wears a red ski mask that screams “Make America Hate Again” in his video for the song “Everybody Hates Me.” He then goes on to rap about how everyone dislikes him, including feminists, African Americans, LGBTQ+ people, and even his fellow straight white guys. 

Controversies surrounding Tom MacDonald

Regardless of how impassioned these lyrics are, some have slammed them, accusing Tom of perpetuating the white victim mindset. Tom is described as follows in a Colorado Springs Indy article: “If MacDonald’s lyrics sound like a denial of white male privilege, it’s because they are. But at the age of 30, he may still be smart and skillful enough to reach beyond his current role as equal-opportunity victim, even if that runs the risk of making people more indifferent.”

According to a recent story in Queerty Magazine: “So rapper Tom MacDonald thought it would a great time to release his latest single “Straight White Male,” a #NotAllMen hip hop anthem about how he’s sick of being called a racist, sexist homophobe when he swears he’s anything but.”

Tom MacDonald’s critics 

According to an essay published on by The Red Being Shot about his lyrics, “MacDonald’s music is formulaic, trite, and devoid of any deep meaning. He goes on song length rants with no compelling arguments, rehashes the same viewpoints time and time again, and completely fails to understand the views of those who he so rabidly criticizes.”

Macdonald’s, on the other hand, continued to grow in popularity. His music appeals to a sizable conservative following that have the same anti-progressive views as he does.

“Coronavirus” by Tom MacDonald

Tom MacDonald’s launched “Coronavirus” in 2020, which became viral on the Internet. It received 5 million views in just one month. His opening verse begins with, “I don’t know what to think about this virus. It started in China, now everybody in America is hidin’. There’s no groceries, ’cause people start to panic and buy it.” The Dallas Observer gave it a harsh review calling it “worse than the actual Coronavirus”. The author of the review, Garrett Gravley says, “From a lyrical standpoint, the worst part about “Coronavirus” is that there’s no substantive analysis, and the thesis of the song can very well be summed up with the lyrics, “I don’t know what to think about this virus.” And while that’s ultimately not a bad message to convey, using pseudo-woke talking points about the media and the government makes the song thematically hollow at best.”