The song is eight minutes long, but Mac Miller‘s new video for “Cinderella” is a 12 minute long short film. The song features Ty Dolla $ign, and was originally featured on Mac’s 2016 project, The Divine Feminine. The video finds Mac in a club where Ty is performing, as he searches for the angelic woman . . .
Mac Miller‘s been delving more into jazz and funk influences on his most recent releases, so it should come as no surprise that he’s such a great fit for Thundercat‘s ethereal compositions on “Hi.” This groove is a bonus track from the Japanese edition of Thundercat’s DRUNK album. Stream “Hi” below.
Mac Miller‘s new video for “Stay” comes in the midst of his The Divine Feminine tour, and it features some rather beautiful scenery. The ID Labs-produced song is now accompanied by visuals that make me want to hit the beach again, even though it’s too late. Watch the video for “Stay” below. (2DopeBoyz)
When an artist is fresh from releasing a project it’s routine for them to sit down with The Breakfast Club during the media run. Mac Miller, who released his The Divine Feminine album last Friday, was today’s guest. He sat down with DJ Envy, Charlamagne and Angela Yee to talk about the creation of the . . .
Mac Miller has come a long way, and his progression as an artist is quite evident throughout his newly released album, The Divine Feminine. This is Mac’s fourth studio album, and it comes to us with a good degree of buzz after the success of the Anderson .Paak-featuring “Dang!” and the CeeLo-featuring “We.” Stream The . . .
Mac Miller already set us off for the summer with “Dang!”, a single with Anderson .Paak that’s as infectious as can be. He’s back again today, this time for a song called “We,” featuring Cee-Lo. Mac is at a point in his career as a musician where he is able to effortlessly incorporate different genres . . .
Mac Miller and Anderson .Paak‘s “Dang” has received overwhelmingly positive feedback since its release, and the funk-infused groove is already back at the forefront today with a colorful visual accompaniment. Watch the video for “Dang!” below, and pre-order Mac’s The Divine Feminine album today via iTunes.
Mac Miller is gearing up to release his The Divine Feminine project in September, and he makes a major splash with “Dang!”, a mellow grove featuring Anderson .Paak. The song was premiere via Zane Lowe, on Beats 1 Radio. In regards to the project, he told Zane, “It’s an album that’s all about the journey that . . .
“I make beats, people rap on them, then I put it on the internet.” – Mac Miller, a.k.a. Larry Fisherman Mac Miller‘s !Go Fish! series concept is fairly straightforward. He simply produces beats under his alias of Larry Fisherman for a select group of emcees. This time around, Your Old Droog steps up to the . . .
Mac Miller donned his Larry Fisherman production alias once more for a special purpose last night – to pay homage to Phife Dawg as we reflect on his passing. “5 Foot Assassin,” which is named after Phife’s alias, takes lyrics from Phife’s “1nce Again” verse and live footage of an Arsenio Hall freestyle and backs . . .
Mac Miller brings his producer alias, Larry Fisherman, back out of the basement for his new instrumental mixtape, Run On Sentences Vol. 2. Mac tends to delve into more experimental sounds when producing as Mr. Fisherman, and he holds true to this with this twenty seven minute release. Stream Run On Sentences Vol. 2 below.
NJOMZA taps Mac Miller for a haunting dark new single entitled “Creatures of the Night.” We now know that it’s possible to get two features from the same artist on one track. “Creatures of the Night” also features Mac Miller’s alternate moniker, Delusional Thomas. NJOMZA got in the spirit of the season and surprised us . . .
Mac Miller‘s GO:OD AM LP releases on September 14th, but it can be streamed today, thanks to NPR. The project includes seventeen tracks total, and includes guest features from Miguel, Chief Keef, Ab-Soul, and Little Dragon. Stream GO:OD AM below, and check out the track list afterwards. 1. “Doors” 2. “Brand Name” 3. “Rush Hour” . . .
Mac Miller returns to deliver a rambling, but clever series of rhymes with his latest release, “Just Some Raps, Nothing To See Here, Move Along.” This comes on the heels of an announcement that he just signed a 10 million dollar deal with Warner Brothers. Life could be worse, huh? Stream “Just Some Raps, Nothing . . .
Pittsburgh native Boaz links up with Mac Miller for “Don’t Know,” a single that leads up to the release of his Intuition LP. Look for Intuition to drop on October 21st, and pre-order via iTunes. Both emcees flow well over the song’s mellow acoustics. Stream “Intuition” below.