Here’s a cool video of some footage of Mac Miller rocking The Nutter Center in Dayton, OH on a stop of his current Macadelic Tour.
Here is the second part of a great interview with two of Pittsburgh’s finest Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller. In this part Wiz & Mac discuss their upcoming tour plans and the antics they intend to get into. Afterwards, Mac Miller’s new mixtape Macadelic is featured on Rap Fix Live’s segement “Mixtape Daily.”
Mac Miller has dropped his newest video and it’s for his song Clarity off of his newest mixtape Macadelic. Mac has been dropping videos at a rapid pace lately after just releasing the video for Thoughts From A Balcony a couple weeks ago, and the Loud video upon the mixtapes release. Macadelic is one of his best mixtapes to date so it is great to see so many videos from this project. Mac has said via Twitter he still has videos coming for Missed Calls, Lucky Ass Bitch, & One Last Thing.
Yesterday we brought you an interview with Mac Miller and Hard Knock TV where Mac discussed a lot of his music endeavors and his adventures up to this point. Today we have part two of this interview. In this part Mac discusses how he got Lil Wayne to get on a verse for his favorite song off of Macadelic, The Question. The interview also gets into Mac’s recent statements on twitter as well as the question on a lot of fan’s minds (especially in his recent lyrical content) about his drug usage. Great interview, worth the watch!
Here is a new interview with Mac Miller as he discusses his new mixtape, Macadelic, which he is currently on tour promoting on the tour of the same title. Mac reflects on the success of his debut album Blue Slide Park as well as his life journey through music up to this point. He also shares a story of how he linked up with the OG Cam’ron. Stay tuned for part 2 of this interview coming soon!
Mac Miller drops his second video from his most recent mixtape Macadelic, this time for his song Thoughts From A Balcony. Mac released the video for Loud the day Macadelic was released and teased yesterday via twitter this video would be dropping today along with more videos that are coming soon.
Mac Miller tweeted this morning he will be dropping a new video tomorrow at noon. This one will be for his song Thoughts From A Balcony off his hit mixtape Macadelic. Those of you who saw the music video trailer for Missed Calls a while back will have to keep waiting for that one. He tweeted songs that will have videos for them real soon last night.
Mac Miller just being a goofy young bastard as always and recording a quick video encouraging his fans to come out to his current Macadelic Tour hitting college campuses across the country. Mac seemed a bit distracted by Jerm and Jimmy in the beginning. See if his tour is coming to a venue close to you. If it is I’d recommend copping tickets immediately!
Mac Miller fresh off of releasing his incredible new mixtape, Macadelic, drops his newest video on the world from his lead record off of the mixtape, Loud. This is likely the most psychedelic video of Mac’s yet and really matches the sound that he’s created for himself on his new mixtape.
Picking up right where he left off, Mac Miller graces his fans with another free offering, Macadelic. The slew of great features on this tape make this a must download!
01 – Love Me As I Have Loved You (prod. Ritz Reynolds)
02 – Desperado (prod. ID Labs)
03 – Loud (prod. ID Labs)
04 – Thoughts From A Balcony (prod. Sap)
05 – Aliens Fighting Robots (feat. Sir Michael Rocks) (prod. Brandun Deshay)
06 – Vitamins (prod. ID Labs)
07 – Fight The Feeling (feat. Kendrick Lamar & Iman Omari) (prod. Iman Omari)
08 – Lucky Ass Bitch (feat. Juicy J) (prod. Lex Luger)
09 – The Mourning After (prod. Two Fresh)
10 – 1 Threw 8 (prod. Black Diamond)
11 – Ignorant (feat. Cam’ron) (prod. Cardo)
12 – The Question (feat. Lil Wayne) (prod. Wally West & ID Labs)
13 – Angels (When She Shuts Her Eyes) (prod. Clams Casino)
14 – Sunlight (feat. Iman Omari) (prod. Teddy Roxpin)
15 – Clarity (prod. ID Labs & Ritz Reynolds)
16 – America (feat. Casey Veggies & Joey Bada$$) (prod. Hannibal King)
17 – Fuck ‘Em All (prod. ID Labs)