Eric and Jeff meet up with their old buddy Mac Miller. Mac and ItsTheReal answer viewer-submitted questions regarding dropping out of school, how one could perform at Bonnaroo, and high school yearbook quote #swaggestions.
Yesterday morning, Mac Miller went on Sway in the Morning with Sway on Shade 45. During the show he explains “S.D.S”, does some funny freestyles, and sings to a caller.
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With Mac Miller in NYC promoting his upcoming album, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” it’s impossible to keep up with him. Below are some links to cool interviews and news regarding Mac, check em out.
Mac Talks About His TV With InkedMag - Link
See What Mac Carries In His Backpack - Link
XXL Spends A Day With Mac Miller – Link
Mac Miller Gives Himself A Makeover - Link
Mac Miller Talks With Vice Magazine – Link
Following the love scene in Ariana Grande & Mac Miller’s new music video for “The Way” the internet rumors have been rampant about a potential relationship between Mac and Ariana. Today Mac put these rumors to rest, dismissing them all together.
Mac Miller has hit NYC this week and his interviews are popping up everywhere. For the latest clip, Mac stops by Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club with Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy. Check out the two part interview below where Mac discusses everything you need to know.
Mac Miller stopped by Hot 97 in New York and spoke on a number of things. Topics included, Macklemore, his upcoming album, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off”, and much more.
Mac Miller has made a lot of noise since the release of his new music video for his single, “S.D.S.” staring himself as a super hero and Corey Feldman as the evil villain. In the video below, Mac and Corey breakdown each frame of the video and give fans a synopsis of what exactly is going on.
“I can’t tell if he’s showing me love or being a douche bag,” Mac Miller explained following Trump’s past tweets that found him praising the smash record. Except these messages sort of read more subliminal than congratulatory, according to Mac. “You expect it to be love off top. He’s doing [all this] suspect shit like, ‘You’re welcome Mac Miller’— You’re welcome for what? You want me to change the song name to Bill Gates? Whatever. [Laughs]“
This week the Woodie Awards are held in Austin, TX during the SXSW concert celebration. In the video below, Mac Miller reflects on taking home the Woodie Of The Year award at last years show.
New interview featuring Mac Miller from when he was in Austria. Parts 1-3 are below, watch and find out much about our favorite rapper!
2 & 3 after the break
What’s up man—you’ve got a lot going on.
I’ve been chillin’, just workin. I’m at the crib right now, I’ve got a studio at the crib so I’ve just been making a bunch of music. Casey [Veggies] is over here right now, we just made this joint that I did the beat to. That’s pretty crazy.
I spoke to Big Jerm a little while back and he mentioned how fully invested you are with producing right now.
Yeah, the producing shit is real, it’s very real. It’s a whole other journey, man. It’s been tight though—I’ve got this production project with Vince Staples doing all the raps and I’m doing all the beats, which is dropping soon. That shit’s about to be crazy.
What made you decide to go this route?
more of this interview over at XXL
Rapper Mac Miller brought his Pittsburgh posse out to Los Angeles to film his new MTV2 reality series, “Mac Miller and The Most Dope Family,” in a six-part special, and he’s already making friends.
“Our neighbors hate us!” Miller said.
That’s no doubt when you’re a 21-year-old partyer. You have half-naked girls running around the neighborhood. And you and your buddies are playing golf off the mansion’s rooftop.
“I saw this car driving up the hill. With my pitching wedge, I aimed and hit the ball,” Miller said. “The ball landed right on top of the roof. That’s how you do it.”
Playbook had a few minutes with Miller to talk about the move to Los Angeles, his crew and his new show, which debuts tonight at 11:30 on MTV2.
What’s the weather out there?
“It’s cold. It’s chilly.”
Wait. What? It’s probably 60 degrees. You’re from Pittsburgh!
“You know how it is. When you move to a warm climate, your blood thins and you adapt. I’m cold, man.”
more from this ESPN interview after the jump