Mac Miller sits down with 2 DopeBoyz for a cool new interview where he discusses Donald Trump, hate from Danny Brown, and how him being white has caused him problems in hip-hop.
Mac will be doing a show on December 26 & 27 at The House Of Blues “A Most Dope Holiday” he’ll be doing these two shows with The Come Up and Choo Jackson.
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Here is the part 2 of Mac Millers visit to Europe in a brand new episode of Fun Was 4 Everyone. Check out touring and walking around the different countries.
Mac Miller recently sat down with Life+Times to break down the lyrics to “PlaneCarBoat” with ScHoolboy Q. He explains the meaning behind the rhymes that he spits on the track. Mac speaks specifically on one line that pays homage to Eminem’s classic song “Infinite.”
Mac Miller is easily the strangest case on this list. After scoring a No. 1 album last year, he’s become one of the most successful independent rappers ever. And he’s got a gang of fans who not only swear by him, but look, dress, and act like him. (“I can spot a Mac Miller fan because they look like they watched one of my videos and went clothes shopping,” says Mac.)
On the other hand, he’s hated on by everyone from the critics at Pitchfork (who gave his album an abysmal 1.0) to fellow rappers like Danny Brown and blog commenters everywhere. But the truth is, no one would hate on Mac so much if he wasn’t so damn successful. Or white.
We’ll chalk it up to the “penalty of leadership” and remind everyone that Mac is, in fact, a perfectly decent rapper. He’s not going anywhere, either.
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Mac Miller just recently Ustreamed to release the title of his sophomore album “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” it will be released early 2013. And we also found out that “Pink Slime” will be release before the end of 2012. (Video to be released so explaining the album) He didn’t reveal much about the album’s contents, but he did mention that Earl Sweatshirt will be one artist of many featured on the album. He also briefly explained the meaning behind the album title, saying that watching movies takes him to another world and is a very peaceful activity that he enjoys.
Earlier this morning Mac Miller tweeted that we were in for a “real treat” then a couple mintes later he then dropped a track called “No Photos” featuring Bill The Kid, Franchise, Willy Whip$, Vinny Radio, Peanut, G-Reg, Big Homie, Q, Larry F., Treejay & The Cigarillos, Goldie Glocks, Clockwork, and babyscumbag The track was produced by Larry Fisherman Recorded by Larry Fisherman Mixed by Josh Berg. It’s cool to hear Mac have all his homies spit on the track, especially if you’ve ever met any of them.
After Mac enjoyed a big year in 2011 when his album, “Blue Slide Park,”debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Mac Miller continued his upward trajectory in 2012. Mac just finished the Under the Influence Tour with Wiz Khalifa, and recently Mac Miller embarked on the second leg of ‘The Macadelic Tour’ in support of his 2012 “Macadelic” mixtape. While rocking major crowds, Mac is finishing up two projects at the same time: his collaborative album “Pink Slime” with Pharrell Williams. And his solo follow up to “Blue Slide Park.” In short, Mac Miller’s final year on our 21 Under 21 list was a very success one.
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Mac Miller recently did an interview with Karmaloop TV’s ‘That Life’ series with Carissa Rossi. They catch up on some things like his Sophomore Album, Dylan Reynolds, Pink Slime, Odd Future and more!! Check out the interview above.
Both Kid Cudi and Asher Roth we’re featured on the first ever XXL Freshman Class cover back in 2009. Even though he his a “new school” rapper, he is older then the classes that have been chosen to be part of the Freshman Class. So you want to know who Kid Cudi’s “younger rappers” are?