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Moxie and Cocoa Ray (Dog)

In 2015, TobyMac shared this photo of dogs in his circle. His two dogs pictured bottom middle are Moxie and Cocoa Ray[1]. Other dogs include:

“From top left going clockwise: Rigsby and Roxy [belonging to Jess the WebGirl], Sophie and Gracie [belonging to Manager Laurie], Jack [belonging to Road Manager Ryan], Moxie and Cocoa Ray [belonging to TobyMac], Phoenix and Peaches [belonging to DJ Maj].”


TobyMac Pets


October 22, 1964 (59)

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Toby McKeehan, known professionally as TobyMac, is an American contemporary Christian music artist, emerged into the music scene as a member of the Christian trio DC Talk. After the group’s hiatus in 2000, he embarked on a solo career, releasing his debut album “Momentum” in 2001. His discography includes notable works such as “Welcome to Diverse City” (2004) and the Grammy-winning “Eye on It” (2012), showcasing his blend of Christian hip hop, rock, and pop.

TobyMac’s discography includes several acclaimed albums, such as “Momentum,” “Welcome to Diverse City,” and “Eye on It.” His work has not only been popular within the Christian music scene but has also gained mainstream attention, with “Eye on It” debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. His songs often feature themes of faith, struggle, and redemption, resonating with a broad audience.

Throughout his career, TobyMac has collaborated with a wide range of artists, both within and outside the Christian music sphere. Notable collaborations include working with artists like Lecrae, Mandisa, Kirk Franklin, and Kevin Max. His work with DC Talk members Michael Tait and Kevin Max remains iconic in the Christian music world. Additionally, his record label, Gotee Records, has been instrumental in launching the careers of several artists, including Relient K, Jamie Grace, and Grits.

TobyMac’s contributions to music have been recognized with numerous awards. He has won seven Grammy Awards, with his first win as a solo artist for the album “Alive and Transported” in 2009. He has also received multiple Dove Awards from the Gospel Music Association.