“No Sleep” is the official third single off Wiz Khalifa’s Atlantic Records debut album “Rolling Papers”. The video directed by Colin Tilley was just released, check it out below and look for the cameo by Mac Miller.
Mac Miller is a man of many talents, in the video below he showcases his talent of being able to play the piano.
The first single off Mac Miller’s debut album “Blue Slide Park” will be called “Frick Park Market” The song is produced by E. Dan, look for the song & video dropping on August 18th.
Moola Gang members Pyrex Press and YD team up with Mac Miller and kill a smooth new track for the ipad. This song leaked a while back but now we have the full version & mixtape.
MOOLA GANG! Download the song & mixtape below.
The other day we posted a bunch of videos of Mac Miller performing in front of over 40k+ people at Boston’s Urban Music Festival. Today Mac posted this new video of the madness on his twitter.
Oxyrotin’s Fall 2011 drop is coming soon to oxyrotin.bigcartel.com, checkout the promo trailer below:
Pyrex Pre$$ of Moola Gang has steadily been building up his buzz over the past year in. With the release of his mixtape Rex Romo (Ca$h Cowboy) Hosted By DJ B Chenk & DJ Schemes he has crowned himself the “Hottest In The City”. The tape features production and features from Moola Gang memebers Kilz, YD, and Louie Lee as well as Tolly, Grimez, Mac Miller and more. Follow Pre$$ on Twitter @PyrexPress and for all things Moola Gang visit www.moolagang.com.
Producer 9th Wonder is preping his new album “The Wonder Years” for its drop on September 27th. The tracklist was recently revealed and featured on track number 15 is none other then Mac Miller. The track is called “That’s Love” and additional features Heather Victoria.
hit the jump for the tracklist
Last night in Boston, Mac Miller headlined a free concert that brought out over 40,00 people to see the kid perform. It is amazing to think that a little over a year ago this kid was performing in front of just a couple hundred people in Pittsburgh. Congrats to the whole MostDope team, this might be Macs biggest accomplishment to date.
more videos of the madness after the jump
Timing is everything. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based Rostrum Records can attest to that. When Wiz Khalifa released his debut street album Show and Prove in 2006, there was a spattering of attention. When he droppedDeal Or No Deal three years later, he began beeping on Hip Hop’s radar, with close to 6,000 first-week units sold on an independent label. Around that time, Rostrum signed another Steel City native in Mac Miller, who quickly followed the Wiz blueprint of constantly recording and looking for crowds to perform for.
Less than two years later, Wiz Khalifa is one of 2011′s biggest stars. He has a gold album in Rolling Papers at a time when superstars frequently fall short of the feat. Meanwhile, Miller and Rostrum released On And On And Beyond, a digital EP in the last week of March that sold over 10,000 first-week units. Rostrum artists have a self-made success rate that is astonishing the industry.
Many can argue how pivotal the Internet has been in promoting Wiz and Mac. However, with close to a decade in collective performing experience, chances are that these emcees have rocked a stage in your town in the last three years. Although both artists may represent a changing sound in Hip Hop, they may have more in common with the road warriors of the 1980s than the reclusive acts of the last decade. HipHopDX wanted to look closely at this formula and spoke to the pair’s booking agent Peter Schwartz of The Agency Group, and Wiz’s longtime road manager Will Dzombak. These two men can tell you first-hand that this movement may have been supported by likes, retweets and views, but it was born with a stage.
HipHopDX: Will, when and how did you get the tour manager position?
Will Dzombak: When I was 19. I was working with Wiz [Khalifa] for like a year then, and we went on a summer tour that we’d put together ourselves, just Wiz and I. In the middle of that, it probably became official. That was the summer of 2008.
DX: Peter, when did you discover the talents of Wiz and Mac?
Peter Schwartz: I discovered their talents… I was introduced to Wiz by a friend around early November 2009, it was someone who was working on the Deal Or No Deal album and was like, “You gotta check this guy out, he’s incredible,” and I ended up meeting Wiz and his manager Benji [Grinberg] at my office. We had a good meeting; then he was playing Highline Ballroom in New York City the next night and I went to the show to see him live in action and he really blew me away and that was a moment where…you know we’d already said that we were gonna work together, but having seen the show I was extremely fired up and excited and knew there were some really incredible. There was something really special with Wiz happening in that venue. It was exciting, I could tell it was something special happening.
more after the jump
Yesterday Rex Aarow filmed Mac Miller and his mostdope gang for what will be the first video off of the ‘Blue Slide Park’ album. No word on what the song will be or when the video will drop. If I had to guess I would imagine that the song would drop in the next couple of weeks followed by the video shortly after. Stay Tuned!!!
Above is one of the fan arts from our “Blue Slide Park” page on facebook. Theres still time for you to submit your entry, the winner will receive a free hard-copy of Mac Miller’s classic “K.I.D.S.” mixtape. Contest closes on August 13th.