New single from Mac Miller’s upcoming album “Watching Movies With The Sound Off”. Due out on June 18th.
Mac Miller appears naked on the cover of his upcoming album Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Out June 18th.
After hitting the club earlier in the night, Mac Miller stopped by The Sway In The Morning Show for a playful off the top freestyle over “5 Fingers Of Death”.
A tatted up and bearded Mac Miller stopped by the Funkmaster Flex show to drop a quick freestyle on Hot 97.
Mac Miller turns himself into a superhero in his video for S.D.S. This is the first single off his upcoming sophomore album Watching Movies with the Sound Off.
TDE’s Ab-Soul teams up with Mac Miller for this new track called “The End Is Near”. Also produced by Mac Miller.
Actress turned singer Ariana Grande teams up with Mac Miller for her new single “The Way”. Up top is her new video which is already proving popular on Youtube.
Mac Miller gets a verse from Prodigy for his new song “Confessions of a Cash Register”. Produced by The Alchemist & Mac Miller.
Mac Miller‘s alter ego, Larry Fisherman, decided to get on the beat software and make a new track. The track is also self-produced by Larry Fisherman. What you think of it?
by Eric Kidd
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Last night I went to The Game’s concert at the House of Blues in Los Angeles for his album release show. He repped his hometown of Compton hard and pretty much the whole west coast. The concert started with a Jesus-like figure walking out to the middle of the stage carrying a blinged out Jesus piece. Shortly after, Game entered and the Jesus piece was bestowed upon him. He was also joined by his Rolex crew who were lined up along the stage sporting black sweatshirts.
During his hour and a half performance he performed songs from his recently released album Jesus Piece (“Church” and “Jesus Piece”), as well as older songs. The crowd went wild for “Westside Story, “Higher,” “Hate It or Love It” and especially “Compton.” Special guests included Tyler the Creator, Mac Miller and DJ Quik. Thinking that he would have brought out Kendrick Lamar, Game informed the audience that he was in Vegas with his family.
He closed the show with his popular single, “Celebration,” by bringing out T-Raww and none other than all five members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – truly amazing!
Check out some videos below!