Mac Miller joined the beautiful Ariana Grande last night on Jimmy Fallon’s late night show for a performance of their hit single The Way with a little help from The Roots.
Mac Miller releases the official video for his new single Watching Movies, which is produced by Sap and Mac’s alter ego, Larry Fisherman. The visual is directed by Rex Arrow and Mac. Watching Movies With The Sound Off hits stores on June 18th but you can pre-order it now via iTunes.
Chief Keef returns with a new track and visual titled No Reason, which is produced by Zaytoven. Directed by Ben Hughes. Bang Pt. 2 is (hopefully) coming soon.
Young Scooter is still behind bars but his camp is still pushing out new content. This is the official video for the Gucci Mane-featured track Work, off his previous mixtape Street Lottery. Directed by Gabriel Hart.
Lil Wayne was a special guest last night on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show and gave an informative interview. Weezy speaks on his health scare back in March, Miami Heat fiasco, his I Am Not A Human Being II album, retirement plans, his daughter’s book and more. Part 2 and 3 below.
Wiz Khalifa returns to his O.N.I.F.C. album to shoot a visual for Paperbond. Directed by Frank Paladino. If you haven’t, go get the album in stores now.
Ace Hood drops off the official video for his Cardiak-produced track Da Streets. The record originally appeared on the Rich Gang: All Stars compilation mixtape. Directed by Ivan Berrios. Trials & Tribulations hits stores on July 9th.
The homie Young Roddy pays a visit to his latest mixtape Good Sense 2 and shoots a visual for 504 Radio featuring 3D Na’Tee. Life!
We premiered this record a little over a month ago and here is the official video for DJ Felli Fel’s hit single Reason To Hate featuring Ne-Yo, Tyga, and Wiz Khalifa. Directed by Matt Alonzo and Kai Henry. Stay tuned for the HD and explicit version.
Mac Miller is currently making his promo runs and he recently stopped by the UK to chop it up with DJ Semtex. While there, Mac spits some bars over multiple instrumentals. Watching Movies With The Sound Off drops on June 18th.