One week ago today, Mac Miller dropped his sophomore album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Now today, the numbers are in and as expected, Mac Miller claimed the #3 spot on Billboard. Mac Miller’s “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” sold 101,795 copies. He finished behind J. Cole who sold 297,922 with “Born Sinner” and Kanye West who took the top spot with “Yeezus” selling 328,800 copies. Congrats to Mac Miller & the MostDope/Rostrum Record teams who were apart of one of the biggest sales week in hiphop over the past few years.
Mac Miller recently sat with Billboard and discussed his new album, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off.” This interview he breaks down each track individually and gives a synopsis. Pretty cool to hear what Mac has to say.
Mac Miller recently spoke with The Source and revealed his top 5 favorite tracks on his new album, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off.” How does his top 5 compare to yours?? Hit us up on twitter @macmillersite
1) “Objects In The Mirror”
“Objects” is a beautiful song. The song was channeling addictions and personifying them as a female.
“Avian”, to me, is the heart and soul of the album. It’s the biggest representation of the album to me. It’s surrealism, very spiritual. I love that hook and I made the beat so that makes me bias.
“Remember” has so much emotion in that song.
I think those are the two greatest verses I’ve ever spit in my life. It’s my analysis of the world.
5) “The Star Room”
[It's] the most honest joint I’ve ever made. It was just the perfect way to set off the album. The two voices, the one inside my head and me, it’s Linda like the voice inside your head represents the bizarreness. Then, it’s like, I’m shaking it off, spitting, and then falling victim to it at the end.
“Youphoria” is just a ballad. It’s actually all about a vagina. The whole thing is about a pussy, a very deep spiritual vagina.
Today, Mac Miller’s sophomore album, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” was released. As you might imagine, on a day like today, there is a lot of news and interviews regarding Mac and his album release. Here is a dump of links with everything you need to know.
It just turned midnight on the east coast of the United States and it is now June 18th! That means only one thing, Mac Miller’s sophomore album, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” is now available!! Be sure to get your copy in stores today or online on itunes! Enjoy and have a MostDope Tuesday!!
You can purchase your copy at the follow websites:
Itunes – $11.99
Target – $12.99
Best Buy – $11.99
KMart - $11.99
FYE – $11.99
Following a recent listening party, reports that took in the event raved about the visuals that Mac Miller showed to go along with the music. Now you can watch, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” which features beautiful ocean shots and of course the infamous sea turtles. This video will give you a listening experience unlike anything you’ve ever had! Have fun and be sure to cop Mac Miller’s new album, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” on June 18th!!
As we inch closer to Mac Miller’s sophomore album “Watching Movies With The Sound Off”, Mac continues to drop pieces from the album. For the latest release, Mac drops the video to “Watching Movies” which features beautiful women, a priest, and Mac in a casket. Check it out!
I’m not sure that anyone in the industry has promoted their project as much as Mac Miller has “Watching Movies With The Sound Off.” Below are links to a bunch of new interviews and news articles regarding Mac Miller. Theres just too many to post individually, enjoy!
Mac Miller isn’t sweating Kanye West and J. Cole, who both drop new records the same day as Miller’s sophomore LP—he even told Fuse “I don’t give a f-ck about the competition.” Maybe that’s because his new album, Watching Movies With the Sound Off, features collabos from hip hop’s hottest new talents, including Earl Sweatshirt, Action Bronson, ScHoolboy Q and Tyler, the Creator.
more of this FUSE interview after the jump
Tonight, Mac Miller took the stage in London with The Internet to perform an album preview for “Watching Movies With The Sound Off.” Tickets were limited to just a couple hundred as it was a very private show. During the show Mac performed musical renditions of his tracks while playing the guitar and entertaining those in attendance.
The homies @MacMillerUkFans sent over a few videos which I put together in a highlight film. Make sure you follow them on twitter, they tweet everything you want to know about MostDope.
And make sure you get tickets to The Space Migration Tour!
Update: more videos added after the break
The release of Mac Miller’s sophomore album “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” is coming quick (2-3 weeks depending where you live), so here’s how to get ready for the release.
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Today Mac Miller’s sophomore album, “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” became available on itunes for preorder. With that we get the official tracklisting for the deluxe edition. The album will feature the likes of Earl Sweatshirt, Vinny Radio, Ab-Soul, Niki Randa, Action Bronson, Schoolboy Q, Jay Electronica & Tyler, The Creator.
Also worth noting, Itunes has June 14th as the expected release date, not June 18th. Could just be a typo, we’ll have to wait and see!
1 The Star Room
3 I’m Not Real (feat. Earl Sweatshirt & Vinny Radio)
5 Bird Call
6 Matches (feat. Ab-Soul)
7 I Am Who Am (Killin’ Time) [feat. Niki Randa]
8 Objects in the Mirror
9 Red Dot Music (feat. Action Bronson)
10 Gees (feat. Schoolboy Q)
11 Watching Movies
12 Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes (feat. Jay Electronica)
14 Someone Like You
17 Goosebumpz (Bonus Track)
18 O.K. (feat. Tyler, The Creator) [Bonus Track]
19 Claymation (Bonus Track)