Mac Miller Predicts Hometown Steelers To Win Super Bowl XLVI

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the NFL playoffs and Mac Miller is feeling confident in his Pittsburgh Steelers. Recently he spoke to Billboard about the team and predicts that they will hoist the Lombardi trophy and become Super Bowl XLVI champions. The Journey for the Steelers begins this Sunday in Denver at 4:30 est. Here We GO STEELERS!!

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Billboard: It’s been a little bit of an up-and-down year for the Steelers.

Miller: I’m just glad to be in the playoffs. We went through everything that a team can go through, but we’re about to turn it all the way up in the playoffs.

So you’re pretty confident going up against Tim Tebow and the Broncos this weekend?

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Mac Miller Interview At House Of Blues In Atlantic City

Mac Miller had just left the stage after his second sold out show at the House Of Blues in Atlantic City when he talked with Marc Berman. In this great interview Mac talks about 92 Til Infinity, Forbes, where he wants to be in five years, whats on his ipod and more! Interviews Mac Miller [Part 1 & 2]

Last night (December 28) Mac Miller performed his second of two consecutive show-dates at the House of Blues in Atlantic City, NJ.

In front of a sold-out crowd, Mac continued to show those in attendance why their continued support has elevated him to the levels of success that other independent artists would kill for. He was the first independent artist in close to a decade to debut at #1 on the charts since the Tha Dogg Pound. One of, if not his biggest singles, “Donald Trump,” was certified Gold earlier in the day, and he is a nominee for MTV’s Hottest Breakthrough Artist of the Year.

The big question going forward is what Mac has up his sleeve in 2012 to top the hell of a year he had in 2011. Besides working with Hip-Hop’s elite like Bun B and Pharrell, Mac revealed that he recently did a couple of songs with Harlem native Cam’ron, that he plans to release some time soon as well.

Mac Miller Counts BSP Fan Support As 2011 Highlight

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Mac Miller Discusses What It Would Cost For Him To Sign To A Major Label & More

JoyDailyTV and Presents Mac Miller in depth interview at Best Buy Theater. Waheeda sits down with Mac Miller to discuss his new album Blue Slide Park, Being from Pittsburg, being endorsed by Donald Trump, acting in Single Ladies, The Pros and Cons of being an Independent artist, What it would Cost for Him to Sign to a Major Label and More in this in depth interview at Best Buy Theater for JoyDailyTV and

Mac Miller Talks About The Flyers Using “Knock, Knock” As Their Victory Song

Mac Miller call into SportsTalk Philadelphia to discuss the Flyers using his song “Knock, Knock” as their victory song. The audio is kinda hard due to low quality audio.

Mac Miller: The Forbes Interview

As a featured person on the 2012 Forbes 30 Under 30 list, the 19-year-old rapper, Mac Miller reveals the secrets behind his rapid rise, the inspiration for his music videos, and why he doesn’t want to sign with a major record label any time soon.

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Mac Miller Interview With The Post-Gazette

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.

Mac Miller Talks Balancing Hip-Hop With His Other Passions

Mac Miller recently sat down with with MTV’s Sucker Free to discuss balancing other passions of his with hiphop.

Mac Miller Calls Into The 96.1 Kiss Morning Freakshow In Pittsburgh

This morning Mac Miller called into Pittsburgh’s Morning Freakshow at 96.1 Kiss to talk with Big Bob and Mikey. These guys do a great job as always with the interview and add tons of humor to it.

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Mac Miller: Red Kool-Aid and Trader Joe’s pizza preview

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Mac Miller hasn’t played a big gig in Pittsburgh since, well, he got real famous.

He opened for Wiz Khalifa last December at Stage AE. On Friday and Saturday he returns from his globe-trotting Incredibly Dope Tour to headline two sold-out nights at the venue:

Hi Mac. You’ve been all over the country and in Europe the past year. What cities have you been most impressed with or had the most fun in?

London was crazy. The energy was amazing. Amsterdam was….fun. Paris was a beautiful interesting place, and the shows there were incredible. It was dope to see people from different countries singing my lyrics. I can’t wait to go back.

What do you miss about Pittsburgh when you’re gone?

The studio, the chill vibe, my family, and the yinzer.

Head on over to the Post Gazette to read more of this interview. Shoutsout to Scott Mervis

Mac Miller proves you don’t have to be all gangsta to rap

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For a long time, the goal of making hip-hop in Pittsburgh was to have fun, get some local notoriety, and to give one’s creative energies an outlet. There was plenty of talent, but the possibility of making it to the big-time, and getting national attention, was so remote as to be ridiculous.

That was before Mac Miller — looking appropriately ridiculous last month in a leopard-print coat on the cover of Billboard magazine. “Blue Slide Park” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts, selling 144,000 copies. It was the first independently distributed debut album to hit No. 1 since 1995.

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