In the wee hours of the morning, Mac Miller transformed back to his producing alter-ego, Larry Fisherman and lays out his latest installment of free music.
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L.A.’s House of Blues was packed with fans and guests—including Jesus for Jesus Piece’s release concert. Of course, it was only right to end the “Celebration” with Bone Thugs. HHH has a gang of footage below.
Pittsburgh duo The Come Up turn their living quarters into the champagne room for their new clip featuring Mac Miller. The song’s off their mixtape, Change Of Plans which you can download here.
In his alter ego, Larry Lovestein, Mac Miller dives into some Jazz music with his five-track extended play. Hopefully, it’s as good as the cover. Get acquainted with his experience below.
Interesting breed. Says Mac: if it was up to me, i would give you guys music every day for free…. just for the fuck of it. i wish you could hear everything. however, here is a jam that waka and i made at the crib. just some cool shit, it is music for the sake of creating. this isn’t on an album, it’s just a gift to show that we care.
A lot has happened in a year since Mac’s successful debut, Blue Slide Park. To mark the anniversary of its release yesterday, he reflects back in the video for the LP’s closer. One last thing, happy belated KC!
Waka treated Cali fans with a few surprises during last night’s Triple F Life stop. Above, Trae Tha Truth assists Waka for “I Got Em” while Mac Miller and Tyler, The Creator joins him for “Lurkin”. HHH provides the clips.
Wonder how Mac made it? Well MTV continued their new series
Sir Mikey is still celebrating the release of his