Mac Miller goes back to his producing alias and lets his beats run past the margins in his new mixtape series, Run-On Sentences. Hopefully, it isn’t anything like my grammar. Titles and download below.
Mac Miller and his crew Most Dope kicked-off their MTV reality series. Their road from Pittsburgh to L.A. begins with everything from Mac receiving his Complex “Man of Next Year” award to his culinary art. Well, a ham and cream cheese bagel that is.
Good day mate. Mac Miller began his Australia tour last night at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney. Above, he treated his aussies to his new track, “Matches” off his next album, Playing Movies With The Sound Off.
Sidebar: Mac Miller Anti-Harlem Shake
Since Mac was flying the friendly skies yesterday, he drops off a late Valentine’s Day present— 21 minutes of auto-tune. Enjoy!
Produced by The Alchemist and Mac Miller’s alter-ego, Larry Fisherman, Mac and Prodigy pair up for a stick up on their new collaboration. Sounds money.
Once again, it’s mo money and mo problems for Mac Miller. After receiving an endorsement from Donald Trump for the song bearing his namesake, the real estate tycoon attacked Mac for not receiving any royalties. At this point, Donald ought to fire himself or hush that fuss.
Little @MacMiller sent me an expensive plaque for making his song “Donald Trump” such a big hit. Mac, you still don’t have the right to use my name. Little @MacMiller—I don’t need your praise - just pay me the money you owe.
Little @MacMiller, you illegally used my name for your song “Donald Trump” which now has over 75 million hits. Little @MacMiller, I want the money not the plaque you gave me! Little @MacMiller, I’m now going to teach you a big boy lesson about lawsuits and finance. You ungrateful dog!
MTV2 will follow Mac Miller and his Most Dope fam from their move to Pittsburgh to L.A. while Mac preps for his next LP, Watching Movies With The Sound Off. The six-episode series premieres February 26.
I’m actually legally not allowed to say anything about what happened. Other than that it’s been resolved and we didn’t go to [trial]. If that was really a problem, people would be getting sued left and right.”
Apparently being the first indie artist to top Billboard in the 21st century wasn’t enough for Mac Miller. You didn’t like Blue Slide Park? Well he addressed you naysayers on Macadelic. Young Malcom followed his dreams and boasts about his new reality on the funky “Thoughts From A Balcony”. After gettin’ strung out on the trippy “Vitamins”, Mr. Miller sobers up and steps up his wordplay on songs like the nifty “Sunlight” and especially the durable “Desperado”. Make no mistake, Mac has a lot to get off his chest here. Thankfully, he’s got strong production to back it up. ID Labs is behind the hard-hitting “Loud”, Lex Luger laced “Lucky Ass Bitch” and Black Diamond impresses on “1 Threw 8″. On the mic, Mac holds his own alongside Cam’ron (“Ignorant”), Lil Wayne (“The Question”) and Kendrick Lamar (“Fight The Feeling”) and, in the end, comes out on top again.