Mac Miller is back with another unbelievably entertaining music video, this time for “Avian”, the spacy single from his latest Watching Movies With The Sound Off album. The video directed by Rex Arrow (responsible for a fair amount of Mac’s previous videos), gives us a video centered around an older man spitting the verses of the track. The video shows that you don’t necessarily have to center a video around the artist and still put it off, as seen with not a single shot of Mac throughout. Watch the video and pick up your copy of Watching Movies With The Sound Off if you don’t haven't it already. Enjoy!
Mac Miller – Avian | Purchase
Chuck Inglish of The Cool Kids brings out Mac Miller and TDE member Ab-Soul for ‘Came Thru/Easily’, a huge new party track filled with solid verses from everyone. This is off Chuck’s upcoming Easily EP, with production from Chuck himself. All 3 of these guys go so well, with Mac’s verse easily going the hardest, ripping on all the rappers talking about Molly in 2013. Let’s not forget the last time these 3 all collaborated on a song together with ‘All The Time’ earlier this year. You can stream this song for now, with download coming soon.
Chuck Inglish – ‘Came Thru/Easily’ Feat. Mac Miller & Ab-Soul | Stream For Now
Mac Miller drops off some impressive visuals to “I Am Who Am (Killin’ Time)” Ft. Niki Randa from his new album Watching Movies With The Sound Off. The song is one of Mac’s most impressive to date with some insanely catchy production and lyricsism that is unlike anything we’ve heard before. He also manages to seamlessly touch on more real topics then ever before. The video perfectly represents the song leaving you with something you end up wanting to replay after watching. Enjoy.
Mac Miller – I Am Who Am (Killin’ Time) [Ft. Niki Randa] | Purchase Album through iTunes
Mac Miller enlists the innovative Diplo for “Goosebumpz”, the newest single from his upcoming album Watching Movies With the Sound Off set for a June 18th release. Diplo creates a chaotic sounding production filled with horns and some strong sounding drums with some bubbly bass heavy breaks. Mac’s flow is more on point then in most of the more trippy sounding tracks that have been surfacing from Mac like “S.D.S.” and “Watching Movies”. Listen below and you can now purchase this song buy pre-ordering the new album Watching Movies with the Sound Off. Enjoy!
Mac Miller – Goosebumpz (Produced by Diplo) | Purchase / Pre-Order
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Mac Miller has been working hard on his second full length album Watching Movies With Sound Off set for a June 18th release. This song “Watching Movies” follows up “S.D.S.” yet maintains the new extra weird new direction Mac is going with his music. The production has a very eerie ominous flavor with Mac touching on some more real topics. This sounds completely different from anything he has ever done, and exciting to see him grow as an artist. This gets me even more excited for the upcoming album. Read below for the dates on his recently announced nationwide tour. Enjoy!
Mac Miller – Watching Movies
Mac Miller is also about to hitting the whole country on a nationwide The Space Migration Tour. He is bringing out Chance the Rapper, The Internet, Vince Staples, Earl Sweatshirt, Action Bronson, and REMember Music Artist. Ready below on all the cities and see which one is coming to you.
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Mac Miller unexepectedly teams up with intelligent beat music scene pioneer Flying Lotus for an incredible new track “S.D.S.”, complete with brand new visuals. The offbeat mildly weird track from Mac Miller gets a fittingly weird video showing Mac in Pajamas and surrounded by interesting characters. This sounds so far different then his older more predicatble tracks. Loving the bold shift, and hope to see him do more stuff with Fly Lo. This song is now available through iTunes. Enjoy!
Mac Miller – S.D.S. (Prod. by Flying Lotus) | iTunes
Mac Miller has been a little under wraps for a bit and now drops off a fresh collaboration with Ab-Soul produced by Chuck Inglish. The result is “All The Time” which is a hazey chill change of pace. The two have some great chemistry on top of an excellent beat making for some dope hip-hop. Scope the download, enjoy!
Mac Miller ft. Ab-Soul – All The Time (prod. Chuck Inglish) | Direct Download
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Alright so not sure the exact involvement of Mac Miller, but he has blasted about this, and there are speculation that he is either the singer under an alter ego, or that he produced this project. Either way it called Larry Lovestein & The Velvet Revival and the You Ep It’s 5 songs of smooth sexy jazz. They are all real quality tracks. It’s not exactly party music, but as the say throughout, the late hour tunes. Regardless it is dope, and free. Check out each song, sit back, enjoy!
Larry Lovestein & The Velvet Revival – You | Direct Download
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Mac Miller just did a completely unexpected cover of indie / folk artist Bright Eyes. He covered one of my favorite tracks sung by Coner Oberst aka Bright Eyes, “First Day Of My Life”. Mac didn’t turn it into a hip-hop remix sampling the beat, he covered it. Never heard Mac sing like this. And that’s Mac playing the guitar, complete with random solo at the end. Chill out, enjoy!
Mac Miller – First Day Of My Life (Bright Eyes Acoustic Cover) | Direct Download
Here is “Glow”, following up “Onaroll”, the first single off Mac Miller and Pharrell’s highly anticipated Pink Slime project. Pharrel’s incredible production complimented by Mac’s youthful word choice and lyricism works unbelieveably well. Can’t wait for this whole project. Enjoy!
Mac Miller x Pharrell – Glow | Direct Download
Mac Miller teams up with Cassie Veggies and Joey Bada$$ to deliver some fresh to visuals to “America”, off the Macadelic mixtape. All 3 rappers parts get highlighted properly w, with a great beat produced by Hannibal King. Enjoy!
Mac Miller – America (Ft. Cassie Veggies & Joey Bada$$) | Direct Download
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Mac Miller drops an unexpected new track with a very mellow vibe, unlike his recent Pharrell collaboration “Onaroll”, the first track off their upcoming EP. Well this track “Day One: A Song About Nothing” is actually produced by Mac himself. The track has chilled out track has Mac mentioning some serious topics, with his overly comical tone as usual. The beat for being one of his first produced tracks is pretty on point, which I guess shouldn’t be too surprising since he’s getting taught from some of the best producers in the game. Listen, enjoy!
Mac Miller – Day One: A Song About Nothing | Direct Download
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