Before heading to LA for the 2012 VMA’s Mac Miller stopped in and chatted with the Breakfast Club. Check out everything that went down in the video below!
Last night Wiz Khalifa & Amber Rose announced that they would be having their first child. Mac Miller was asked what he would get for the baby, see what he says in the video below:
If you didn’t know, Mac Miller will be one of the presenters at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards. You can catch them live on MTV at 8pm/est this Thursday, September 6th. The hilarious video below shows you what Mac Miller has been doing to prepare for the big presentation.
Mac Miller recently appeared on “Sway In The Morning” to discuss numerous things including his lawsuit with Lord Finesse, working with Pharrell, and Big L’s inspiration. Mac also kicked a ‘freestyle’ where he rapped his verses from the Macadelic track, “Desperado”.
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Question: Do professional athletes or rappers party harder? According to rapper Mac Miller, athletes go pretty hard. He told @Jordans_Life that back when he was starting his career, he went to a birthday party for NBA player Amar’e Stoudemire. Think tequila, wild girls, Steve Nash and Jason Richardson doing the Hulk. Mac also talked about loving Canada — if not only because of our lax attitude at the border.
It’s been a year since we last interviewed Mac Miller, and he has officially exploded since then. Mac spoke to @jordans_life about the beauty of the naked female body, his brilliance when he is high, and how he is pissed about getting a video banned from YouTube because it contained naked women.
Pharrell and Mac Miller are shaping up to be one heck of a duo. The Pittsburgh spitter took to Twitter early Tuesday morning to drop “Glow,” the new track from he and Pharrell’s Pink Slime EP. Though there is no release date for the project just yet, Mac tells MTV News it’s close to completion.
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Mac Miller is batting a thousand. The Pittsburgh MC hit a homerun when his debut album Blue Slide Park debuted at #1, making him the first indie artist to accomplish the feat since Tha Dogg Pound in 1995, but when it comes to his BSP follow-up, Mac feels no pressure.
“Making history was awesome; I don’t care about that with this album. I don’t care if we go #1, I don’t care about selling records,” Miller told MTV News from his tour bus before performing at New York’s Jones Beach on August 2. “That sh– is awesome, but this album, I just need to do something different.”
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Recently Mac Miller sat down for this 12 minute interview. The rapper talks about a number of things including his latest mixtape, “Macadelic”, Big L, the evolution of music, his family, and his relationship with fellow Pittsburgher Wiz Khalifa.
Back in 2008 when Mac Miller was just plain old Malcolm, the Pittsburgh MC took a pilgrimage to New York to watch Nas headline Rock the Bells at Jones Beach, the very same theatre where he co-headlined on Thursday night (August 2) with Wiz Khalifa. The experience has quite the effect on him.
“I came to see Rock the Bells when it was at Jones Beach, when Nas was there and f–kin’ brought out Jay, it was nuts,” Mac told MTV News from his tour bus last night of the unforgettable show. “I was there in the crowd, it changed my life, when Nas came out and performed ‘Made You Look,’ that changed my life. Now I get to rock the same venue as a headliner, it’s crazy.”
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On Saturday night, Wiz Khalifa & Mac Miller will return to Pittsburgh to perform their biggest hometown show yet. Recently Scott Mervis was able to chat with the guys about the upcoming show, you can read what they had to say below:
If you live in Pittsburgh you probably know that Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller are Taylor Allderdice grads and Rostrum Records labelmates who also work out of ID Labs studio in Lawrenceville.
Miller has said that he’s looked up to Khalifa as a mentor, but the two artists — headlining the Under the Influence of Music Tour that stops at the First Niagara Pavilion on Saturday — never walked the halls of Allderdice together and didn’t share a stage here until December 2010 at Stage AE.
There was never an era of slugging it out in small clubs together.
“Nah, he’s a lot younger than I am, so I did a lot of that stuff before he was even old enough to do that,” Khalifa said on the phone Tuesday from a tour stop in Scarsborough, Maine. “He was in high school while I was putting a lot of work in.
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We caught up with Mac Miller at the Under The Influence tour and found
out more about his upcoming collabo with Pharrell, “Pink Slime,” and how
it got its disgusting name.