Hip-Hop | Mac Miller — Objects in the Mirror [Live]

Posted by on May 30, 2013

In anticipation of his upcoming tour and sophomore album, Watching Movies With the Sound Off, due out June 18 (along with Kanye West’s Yeezus and J. Cole’s Born Sinner), Mac lets go of a video in which he performs a new Pharrell-produced cut from the album. While I haven’t always been a fan, he began to show a lot of growth on Macadelic after his disappointing debut, and this song shows that he’s likely headed in the same direction. It’s easy to forget when you watch “Donald Trump” that this 21-year-old is actually a multi-instrumentalist and a pretty gifted songwriter, too. Can’t wait for June 18.

Hip-Hop | Mac Miller – America (Ft. Casey Veggies & Joey Bada$$) [Official Video]

Posted by on July 5, 2012

Mac gives us some fitting visuals for the 4th of July. America, which was one of my favorites off Macadelic, features Mac and two of Hip-Hop’s notable up and comers in Casey Veggies and Joey Bada$$. Everything about this song is on point: the verses, the chopped chorus, the visuals. Props to Mac and the illroots team on the video.

Hip-Hop, Videos | Mac Miller – Clarity [Music Video]

Posted by on May 2, 2012

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Mac is back with the always creative Ian Wolfson of Rex Arrow Films for his newest video, “Clarity” off his Macadelic mixtape.  Mac’s last video, “Thoughts From A Balcony” didn’t quite cut it for me, despite my love for that song, as he decided to give director Justin Boyd a shot at the show.  Lacking the creative edge we see time and time from Rex Arrow, this video is back to the standard I expect from Mac.  Trippy, yes.  Abstract, yes.  Unlike any other of Mac’s video, yes.  Macadelic, yes.  Even if you aren’t particularly fond of the song itself, embrace the Mac. 


Dubstep, Hip-Hop | Mac Miller – I Bring The Soul & He Brings The Funk || Smoke & Drank || Flashing Lights

Posted by on April 13, 2012

A few new tracks featuring Mac Miller have dropped this week. The first one being “I Bring The Soul & He Brings The Funk” off De la Soul member DJ Maseo’s upcoming project, DJ Conductor. Mac drops funky flows throughout the entire track as Maseo produces the soul. Up next is a song that will be featured on French Montana’s next mixtape, Coke Boys 3. The duo go in delivering flows about the two things they know best, “Smoke & Drank”. Lastly we have Mac Miller trying his hand at rapping over a dubstep beat. He remixes the popular dubstep production “Flashing Lights” by Chase and Status & SubFocus which featured Takura. These three tracks should hold all you Mac fans over for awhile.

Hip-Hop, Videos | Mac Miller – Thoughts From A Balcony [Music Video]

Posted by on April 10, 2012

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Mac Miller drops his 2nd video off the Macadelic mixtape, Thoughts From A Balcony. This is definitely one of the stand out songs on the project in my opinion. This video has a different look than most of Mac’s videos because this time it was shot by Justin Boyd, not Rex Arrow. It’s a pretty simple, straight forward video but does the trick! If you haven’t heard Macadelic yet I suggest you grab that here right now!

Hip-Hop | Gaines – Chill Out (Loud Remix)

Posted by on March 28, 2012

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Macadelic remixes have begun! This one comes from my man Gaines who put his own spin on Mac Miller’s “Loud”. It’s titled “Chill Out” and I’m really feeling this one, especially his sound on the hook. Gaines is someone who I’ve been showing a lot of support for since he approached me months back to promote his video for “Mental“. Since then, he’s been on his grind and dropped a dope video which featured Mod Sun called “Party“. If you’re diggin’ Gaines you can check out his previous videos after the jump!

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Hip-Hop | A-Trak – Piss Test (ft. Juicy J & Danny Brown)

Posted by on March 27, 2012

Before I say anything, DOWNLOAD THIS SONG NOW! PAY THE .99 CENTS AND SUPPORT GOOD MUSIC! The man A-Trak recruits Taylor Gang’s Juicy J and label mate, Danny Brown, for this beautiful rap song. A-Trak makes sweet sweet love to this beat combining some bass heavy synths and great drums which really accentuate Juicy and Danny’s verses. I’ve really been digging Juicy lately, especially with his verses on Taylor Alderddice and Macadelic, but he goes in on this one and well, anything Danny Brown is on he kills. This is one of the best songs I’ve heard in a long long time, totally serious. Hit the comments up to tell us your thoughts about this track.