Mac Miller joined the post-gazette to sit down and talk about how important the Pittsburgh shows are to his career. This interview took place just hours before his show at Stage AE in Pittsburgh last Friday.
Before rocking a soldout show in his hometown of Pittsburgh last Friday night, Mac Miller had some fun and kicked some rhymes about the Pittsburgh Steelers to a few of the players that were in attendance. Tight end Weslye Saunders decided to step up and spit some rhymes as well. To close out his show on Friday night Mac started a ‘Here We Go Steelers’ chant with the hometown crowd.
There’s always people quick to say that Mac Miller & Wiz Khalifa don’t do anything for hip-hop in their city and that’s just not true at all. In this video from Complex Mac gives you some artist from the burgh to look out for including Boaz, The Come Up, Varsity Squad and more!
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania– Who says you can’t go back home?
It’s been a long journey for Pittsburgh’s Mac Miller who started his rap career while in high school, pushing mixtapes and performing in quaint local venues like the Shadow Lounge. But on Friday night (December 9) Miller, who spent years in his native city trying to find his voice, returned to his hometown a hero performing the first of two tour-closing shows at the Burgh’s Stage AE venue.
hit the jump to the read the article from Pittsburgh’s own Rob Markman
Last night Mac Miller came home to his city of Pittsburgh to put on a memorable show. Mac performed in front of over 2400 fans as he headlined his first big show in the city. I (@pitpanther01) was on hand to collect some pictures, videos, and the entire setlist from Mac Miller’s performance.
Full recap of last nights show after the jump including videos & setlist
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Mac Miller promised that if he reached 50k pre-orders of his album ‘Blue Slide Park‘ that he would donate $50,000 to Make-A-Wish foundation. Although the album didn’t presale 50k copies the album still sold over 50k copies and tonight at Stage AE in Pittsburgh Mac Miller made good on his promise. Check out the video below of Mac Miller donating the $50k, its just a great gesture by a young kid! Look for more videos and a full review including the setlist, pictures and more from tonights show in the morning.
Last week we had part one of the “One The Road With Mac Miller” video series where he released his album. In part 2 we have Mac celebrating the album at his release show!
Last week on the Blue Slide Park Tour one of Mac Miller’s lucky fans got the opportunity to propose to his girlfriend on stage. Not many artists would let someone do this, so it’s pretty cool for Mac to allow them to do this.
Mac Miller answers an assortment of questions in one minute including his dream collaboration, the best advice he’s received, what he would do if he could time travel and much more!