Good read from FFWDWeekly, Mac Talks Reality Show, Touring With Lil Wayne, Receiving the Key to Pittsburgh and more.
Mac Miller’s somewhere in Los Angeles, travelling to the next set of the odd biographical MTV2 series Mac Miller and The Most Dope Family, when the phone is handed to him.
“It’s just a dumb-ass reality show,” the 21-year-old quips about the current activity. “This is the second season. I don’t think it’s gonna be as good as the first.”
It’s all noted in jest: he lets out an obviously contained laugh and quickly admits that the show’s producers are sitting in the car with him. It’s a brief, insightful foray into the rapper’s life; at heart, Miller’s a laid-back jokester who doesn’t give a shit about what people think. As a rapper, however, he’s constantly thoughtful.
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Mac Miller In Pepsi’s Artist of the Week. As part of the honor, Mac did an exclusive with Pepsi, where he talked about several important topics including Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse, his struggling Pittsburgh Steelers, Larry Fisherman and much more.
After Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Control,” you said you would come out with the “wildest adjective bars.” What are some the wildest adjective bars you’ve come up with so far?
I was just cutting up. (Laughs) I don’t have any adjective bars yet. I wanted to say something in terms of [being] stupid because everyone was taking it so seriously. Like, I don’t know, me, personally, I thought it was whatever. I didn’t feel dissed or anything.
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Mac Miller’s back catalogue, which is made up of at least seven mixtapes and two records, is jam-packed with songs that deserve the loss of all inhibition.Tonight, those songs are getting what they deserve, with a packed crowd at The Forum hollering back every single word and making the second floor balcony bounce up and down. Mac is the antithesis to the dull DJ-and-MC format of hip-hop shows.
more from this Noisey interview after the break
Mac Miller has come a long way from the young, punk Pittsburgh tween who dreamed of a rap career. These days, the 21-year-old, who recently released his second album, Watching Movies With the Sound Off, is a bonafide star: one who headlines festivals, tours with Lil Wayne, and anchors his own MTV reality show. On a recent evening, ELLE.com rang up Miller to talk about his upcoming European tour with Wayne, why he’s not ashamed of getting his Justin Bieber on, and what he looks for in a woman.
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Here goes a new clip from the MTV show, “Charlamagne & Friends”. Charlamagne goes inside Mac Miller’s head to hear a story from a few years ago when Mac spent a night in jail.
Mac Miller is no stranger to gracing a magazine cover, this time he covers The Fader fall issue. To read the full piece head over to Fader.
Want to learn a lot about your favorite artist? Look no further than this new interview from Damon Campbell with Mac Miller.
When Mac Miller’s “Space Migration” tour made a recent stop at Headliners in Toledo, Ohio, I caught up with the Most Dope rapper for our second interview to date, which also features a rare appearance from Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt.
During our conversation, the Watching Movies with the Sound Off MC and I discuss losing his virginity to ‘Nacho Libre’, borrowing lyrics from REMember Music artist Dylan Reynolds’ older brother for his very first live performance, going up against Taylor Gang’s Will Dzombak in a Battle of the Bands competition when they were younger, and more!