Mac Miller teams back up with Niki Randa to shoot the official video for their collaboration I Am Who Am (Killin’ Time). Directed by Rex Arrow. This appeared on his new album Watching Movies With The Sound Off, in stores and on iTunes now.
Mac Miller and ScHoolBoy Q grace the cover of Mass Appeal magazine’s 53rd issue. The cover was shot by photographer/director 13thWitness and the cover story was written by Frances Capell. In the cover story, Mac and Q speak on how they met, their relationship and their future in the music industry. Get your issue here.
Here is the official video for Mac Miller and Schoolboy Q‘s latest collaboration Gees, which appeared on Mac’s Watching Movies With The Sound Off album. The track is produced by Chuck Inglish and the visual is directed by IllRoots.
This past week (of June 18th) was one of the greatest weeks in Hip-Hop history and here are the first week sales from some of the biggest albums of the year. As expected, Kanye West’s Yeezus topped the charts with 328,800 sold, J. Cole’s Born Sinner placed 2nd with 297,922 sold, and Mac Miller’s Watching Movies With The Sound Off placed 3rd on the charts with 101,795 copies sold. Truly incredible numbers for all three artists, especially since they all released on the same day. The final tally via SoundScan will be revealed tomorrow.
Mac Miller is everywhere doing his promo runs and his latest spot was on The Breakfast Club with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God. Mac speaks on his new album Watching Movies With The Sound Off, competing against J. Cole and Kanye West, his fanbase, getting a new verse from Jay Electronica for the album, working with Ariana Grande, record label tak and more. Part 2 below.
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.
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.
Here is one of the most anticipated tracks from Mac Miller’s forthcoming album Watching Moves With The Sound Off. This is the Jay Electronica-featured track titled Suplexes Inside Of Complexes And Duplexes and, as you’d expect, Jay Elec killed his verse! Take a listen below and pre-order Mac’s album on iTunes.