This past weekend Mac Miller performed at the 2012 Bonnaroo Festival. The video below is a hilarious interview that the guys from ItsTheReal conducted with Mac. They ask him several questions like “What is it like to be white?” and “What’s it like to be on Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend?” There needs to be more interviews like this!
Major record labels may want Mac Miller on their roster, but right now the 20-year-old Pittsburgh rapper just isn’t interested.
Miller signed a deal with Rostrum Records, an independent label in his home state, in July 2010 and since then has sold more than a million downloads, sold out venues around the world and earned a Web audience that has propelled him to more than 165 million views on YouTube.
Label mate and hip-hop star Wiz Khalifa also has enjoyed success with Rostrum, having his 2011 single “Black and Yellow” (which provided the foundation for 2011’s Green Bay Packers-inspired “Green and Yellow” by various artists) hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Miller and Khalifa have worked on projects together including the songs “Keep Floatin’” and “Cruise Control,” as the two Pittsburgh rappers have quickly become the faces of the successful indie label. Besides savvy Web promotions, live performances and consistent touring have been a catalyst for Miller’s success, and on Tuesday the rising star performs at Brown County Arena in Ashwaubenon. In support of his November release, “Blue Slide Park,” which reached No. 3 overall on the iTunes album charts from preorders, and his recent mixtape, “Macadelic,” released in late March, Miller will once again have plenty of new material — and swagger — to dish out onstage.
P-C: You’re only 20 years old. Have you ever felt like you missed out on anything growing up, having dedicated so much time to hip-hop?
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The-Re-Up.com team catches up with Mac Miller at his George Mason University stop of his Macadelic tour to talk about features, style, his Macadelic mixtape, daily routines, hipsters, and much more.
In the latest Incredibly Intimate Interview from SXSW, Mac Miller talks about childhood partying, shower singing and romantic evenings.
In part 2 of Mac Miller’s interview with Bootleg Kev, Mac discusses his music selection, haters, Blue Slide Park and much more.
This interview took place a few months back but Fly Times Daily just released it. In this interview Mac Miller talks about how his crowds have grown, his appearance on Single Ladies and more.
strong>Mac Miller is one of the top up-and-coming hip-hop acts in the game at the moment. The Pittsburgh native has amassed a pretty impressive repertoire, having released six mixtapes and an EP, all of which lead up to this fall’s debut album, Blue Slide Park.
RapCity managed to sit down with Mac while he was in Toronto, where T-RexXx discussed his Donald Trump co-sign and his fake beef with Drake over who is “the best Jew in the Rap game.”
Mac Miller sat down with the Breakfast Club at Power 105.1 in New York. Mac talks about his connection to Donald Trump, childhood, and much more.
B.E.T.’s Jabari links up with Mac Miller for an interview. Good to see B.E.T. start to give Mac some attention, last week they played “Donald Trump” on 106 & Park for the first time.
Mac Miller sits down and shares his thoughts with Beyond Race Magazine. This is pretty awesome when he talks about Tommy Pickles.
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