TMG was born to an affluent family in Oakland, California, later relocating to Beverly Hills. His mother is an influential civil rights attorney named Quinn Delaney and his father is one of the Bay Area's most well known real estate developers, Doug Jordan. They started the Akonadi Foundation and have given over $35 million to Nonprofit organizations. They were even ranked #4 on a list of the Bay Area's top political donors having given over $2,000,000 to the Democratic Party. 
All of TMG's music features buxom women, fat stacks of cash, and exotic cars.
In late 2018 a rumor spread that he was the heir to Hugh Hefner's fortune, but it's not true. It was sparked by the release of his Mansion Music EP and playboy lifestyle. 
TMG Fresh broke out with his self promoted singles "Playboy Fresh” and “Throw a Stack” and was signed by Hollywood influencer Sincere Show. Show threw an epic party at the Argyle to celebrate the release of his Mansion Music EP. The party was attended by Playboy bunnies, Marcus Black, Jane Handcock, Rosa Acosta, Kris Lofton, Dj Carisma, Napoleon Williams, Amber Rose and many other celebrities. 
TMG Fresh has a large following on Instagram with over 107,000 followers on his account @tmgfresh. TMG Fresh posts photos of himself partying, performing, travelling, and hanging out with Playboy Bunnies on his Instagram account. On his Twitter account @TMGFresh, he has 2,978 followers as of December 2019. On Twitter he mainly shares his Instagram posts.  
On December 12, 2019, TMG Fresh was robbed at gunpoint in a home invasion at his home in Encino, Los Angeles. The robbery was reported about 2:30 a.m. on Hayvenhurst Avenue, just south of Ventura Boulevard. TMG Fresh was reportedly returning home with a friend when they were approached by three men and held at gunpoint. The robbers got away with an undisclosed amount of money and almost $1 million worth of jewelry.