Mac Miller has done a lot in his short career, now tonight things will be taken to a new level with the release of his TV show, “Mac Miller & The Most Dope Family” at 11:30 est on MTV 2. See what he says in the video below and also hear him explain why he was skeptical at first.
Mac Miller recently sat down with Nessa for MTV 2′s “Week In Jams.” He was asked to name 5 things that he would blow his money on. Mac responded with some hilarious answers including wanting senior citizen twert videos.
Mac Miller gives out love lessons in this latest video released by MTV. Mac, the love guru tells you guys everything you need to know about a date.
Tuesdays are MostDope! If you don’t already know, Mac Miller’s new reality tv show, “Mac Miller & The Most Dope Family” will debut on MTV 2 on February 26th at 11:30. In a recently interview with MTV Mac described the TV show as being “DOPE”.
So i’ve been slacking all week keeping up with the Complex articles for their “Man Of Next Year”, to catch up i’ve put links to all the articles regarding Mac Miller below. Check it out:
As part of Mac Miller’s “Man Of Next Year” week with Complex magazine Mac was asked what he really thinks of Donald Trump. Mac responds by saying that he thinks that he is “a dick” and then explains himself. While this video interview was shot weeks ago, it is possible that Mr. Trump saw this video earlier and it fueled his twitter rant?
As part of his Complex “Man Of Next Year”, Mac Miller won a personalized Fisker Karma hybrid luxury sedan. After recieving his winnings Mac and the legendary Complex founder, Mark Ecko went on a ride for an interview. During the interview Mac talks about several things, most notably telling Mark that he has an upcoming EP entitled, “Tales Of A Stolen Youth” with Vince Staples. No details on the project have been released yet but i’d be willing to bet that Larry Fisherman and several MostDope artists will make appearances. Stay with us as we will update you on this project whenever we find out details. Watch the full video here from Mac & Mark Ecko.
Mac Miller won the online voting and was named Complex’s “Man Of Next Year.” Today the cover of this months issue of Complex was revealed with a full article. During the article Mac adresses many important issues including his usage of “lean”, being stressed out from Blue Slide Park critics, the Lord Finesse lawsuit and much more. Begin reading the article below:
High in the steep hills of Los Angeles, past a security gate and an infinity pool, up a pristine marble staircase, and behind an all-white door, Mac Miller sits in his office. Feet propped up on his desk, the 21-year-old rapper leans back in a burgundy suede chair smoking an American Spirit Menthol. He’s having a Tony Montana moment, but instead of cocaine, his desk is littered with weed crumbs. While Scarface’s walls were draped with surveillance monitors—a reflection of the drug lord’s paranoia—Mac’s walls are adorned with blowups of magazine covers, gold plaques, and tour posters—mementos of his success. Here, the self-described “underground rapper” is literally the king of the hill.
There are cameras in the house, but they’re not watching for intruders. Instead, an MTV2 crew is here to record Mac and his friends for an upcoming reality show, Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family. It’s no mystery why a network would want to build a show around Mac. He’s the biggest white rapper since Eminem and one of the most successful independent rappers ever. His 2011 album, Blue Slide Park was the first independently distributed debut to take the No. 1 spot on the Billboard albums chart since since Tha Dogg Pound’s 1995 release Dogg Food
to continue reading this article head on over to Complex now!
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.
Over the past few years Mac Miller has definitely done his fair share of “inking”. Recently he appeared in Inked Mag and gave them a nice little interview where he explains his tats. Read below for more!
The hottest rapper on the block talks about collaborating with his heroes on rhymes and with legendary tattoo artists on designs.
Not many artists can say they’ve had a number one album, let alone a number one debut album, without the support of a major label. But Mac Miller can. Last year, Miller, who looks more like the pot smoker next door than a chart-topping MC, destroyed all the competition with Blue Side Park. While the world awaits a follow-up—due in the first quarter of 2013—Miller is also working on Pink Slime, a collaborative EP with the Neptunes super-producer Pharrell Williams, and planning to get more tattoos on his compact frame. Since his first big splash, with mix tape K.I.D.S., the Steel City boy has been promoting what has now become known as the “Most Dope” movement—everybody living their lives to the fullest—and recently had artist Norman “Norm” Stien permanently stamp “Most Dope” across his knuckles.
INKED: Did you expect your career to take off as fast as it has?
MAC MILLER: Yes and no. I mean, this is what I planned for; this is what I worked for. It’s not incredibly surprising—but at the same time, when you step back and look at it, it’s still a blessing and it’s still incredible. But, you know, this is what I worked for, so you have to realize that this is where I wanted to be.
What do your parents have to say about your career?
They love it. My dad watches MTV Jams all day. I’ll come back home and [he’ll say], “Malcolm, did you watch the new Jeezy video?
What do you think of that?”
To continue reading this interview, head on over to inkedmag.com
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It has been well over a year since Mac Miller first revealed that he and DJ Jazzy Jeff were working on a collaborative mixtape entitled “92 Til Infinity.” Many months have gone by and no updates have been given from either party on the matter. Finally a new interview from Mac Miller came out today where he confirms that the project is set to drop in 2013. Be on the lookout…
As confirmed last week, Sean Price is guest-editing HipHopDX this week. We asked the Brownsville, Brooklyn emcee who we should feature, and he had Mac Miller at the top of his list. Moreover, Sean asked to do the interview himself. Last week, we got the Most Dope captain and Boot Camp Clik enforcer on the phone for a conversation that impressed us with each artist’s knowledge of the other’s catalog, its candor and its humor. We hope you like it as much as we do:
Sean Price: What did you eat for breakfast this morning?
Mac Miller: I did not eat breakfast yet; I just woke up.
Sean Price: Such a rapper. Nice. [Laughs]
What’s the worst advice you ever received, and from who?
Mac Miller: When I was in a meeting, I got advice that was someone telling me that in order to be successful, I needed to create the character Mac Miller that couldn’t be the same person as who I really was.
Sean Price: If there was a Survivor reality show featuring all rappers, who would you like to see competing in it? That is horrible… that is a horrible question, man.
Hit the jump for more of this interview