REMember Music X MostDope are back to release their newest mixtape, “Beer Flavored Pizza” by Choo Jackson. Choo is a Vero Beach, Florida native who moved to Chambersburg, PA a few years ago. After hearing a few of Choo’s demos at Pittsburgh’s premier studio, ID Labs, Mac Miller called Choo wanting to work. This project is the unusual story and result of that phone call. The mixtape features production from Choo himself, Larry Fisherman, and Brandun DeShay while Mac Miller handles the soul guest verse.
1.Convo ( Prod. by Christo) 2.211 Special (Mr.Work Interlude) (Prod by Focus) 3.I Made The Beat ( Prod. by Choo Jackson) 4.Bikes ( Prod. by Choo Jackson) 5.Mr.Work Interlude (Hatin) 6.Real Life ( Prod. By Choo Jackson) 7.Slow Days ( Prod. by Choo Jackson) 8.Aint No Nigga ( Prod. by Brandun DeShay) 9.Telephone ( Prod. Brandun DeShay) 10.Outie ( Mr. Work Interlude) ( Prod by Choo Jackson) 11.UFO ( Prod. by MWill) 12.When I’m Drunk (Prod. by Choo Jackson) 13.This World (Prod. by Tecknowledgy) 14.Old Pictures On The Wall ft. Mac Miller (Prod. Brandun DeShay) 15.Mr. Work Interlude (Salt) 16.Soul Food( Prod. by Larry Fisherman)
Last night Mac Miller took his ‘Macadelic’ Tour to New York City’s Roseland Ballroom for a killer show. Below is several videos from the concert, including clips of the songs “Blue Slide Park”, “Party On 5th Ave”, “Loud”, “Knock, Knock” and more.
Breaking news from board certified doctor (JK)/Philly rapper Mac Miller: neck tattoos hurt. Really bad. We spent a bunch of time with the “Frick Park Market” rapper at the mtvU Woodies Awards down at SXSW in Austin recently, and dude was an open book. He gave us his thoughts on his fans and celebrity culture, and he even gave us his credit card and social security numbers. (Kidding about that last part.) But Mac did open up about his various tattoos, and he wasn’t even a liar about it. You know what I mean — all these tattooed people try to come at you like, “Nah, it doesn’t hurt that bad.” WRONG. As as the proud owner of various tattoos (college!), I’m here to tell you that ish hurts. Mac agrees with me.
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!