Mac Miller takes us on a trip in the new video for “The Star Room.” Throughout the video, we’re introduced to Mac’s alter ego, Delusional Thomas as he takes an introspective looks at his life. It’s the perfect way to open his album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off.
Mac Miller drops the newest psychedelic visuals for his track Gees off of his almost-month-old project Watching Movies With The Sound Off which features Mac’s best rapper pal ScHoolboy Q.
Tomorrow marks an important day for a lot of people in hip hop. Included in that category is Mac Miller, who plans to drop his sophomore LP Watching Movies With The Sound Off. At his listening party last week he had twitter buzzing about the film he put to the movie and premiered to a limited audience. It’s an intense video involving turtles. I don’t know what else to say except watch it and see for yourself. Check Mac’s official site for the video and stream of the album.
Here’s a pretty dope interview with two hard hitting hip hop honkies in the game Mac Miller and the one and only DJ Skee. Mac touches on some cool topics including his love for Prince’s music and newfound appreciation for it as of recently, as well as his album, particularly about features and it sharing the release date of J. Cole’s sophomore LP and Kanye’s new project.
Mac along with his DJ and band live recording the track Objects In The Mirror which will be on Mac’s June 18th release Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Pre-order it now on iTunes.
Mac Miller is gearing up for a big month as he plans to drop his sophomore LP Watching Movies With The Sound Off on June 18th, the same day as Kanye’s new album and J. Cole’s sophomore LP Born Sinner. Mac recently sat down with Al Lindstrom to dicuss how he’s gotten to this point and what’s in store for him next.
The leak is upon us. Mac’s newest track off of his upcoming sophomore LP Watching Movies With The Sound Off is a quasi-title track with a bangin beat from Sap and and chopped up trilled out hook. WMWTSO out June 18th.
Mac Miller slips on his Larry Fisherman persona to dish out a mixtape of instrumentals. The last song features himself for a little spice of some lyrics in the mix.
Yesterday, Mac Miller and the Most Dope crew celebrated the one year anniversary of Mac’s independent debut solo album, Blue Slide Park. To celebrate, Mac released his newest music video for the albums outro track titled One Last Time. The video definitely has a really cool, trippy vibe to it and starts off recapping the videos from Mac’s album that have been released over the past year. The videos for Frick Park Market, Smile Back, Party on 5th Ave, Missed Calls, and Clarity all get a snippet at the beginning of the video.