Mac Miller

Sep
12
Mac Miller’s Mother Reads His Lyrics on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Mac Miller and his mother

Mac Miller and his mama stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday. The Pittsburgh rapper’s mother read the explicit lyrics to his song “Watching Movies” as part of Kimmel’s “Words From Your Mother” series.

“Hit the strip club, see some hos that I went to school with,” said Mama Miller before turning to her son, who gave her a fist bump in approval.

Big Sean, YG, and T.I.’s mothers have all participated in previous “Words From Your Mother” segments.

Watch Mama Miller get her mac on.

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Jul
12
Jay Z, J. Cole Join Jay Electronica at Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival

Jay Electronica and Jay Z

The Roc was in the building at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival on Saturday. Jay Electronica celebrated the 10th anniversary by bringing out some special guests during his headlining set.

Mac Miller joined the New Orleans rapper for “Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes,” and J. Cole and Talib Kweli thrilled the crowd with their collaboration “Just Begun.”

But the real surprise was when his Roc Nation boss, Jay Z, blessed the stage.

“Feels good to be home,” said Hov, who was headed to his “On the Run” concert with BeyoncĂ© at MetLife Stadium.

The two performed “Shiny Suit Theory,” “We Made It (Freestyle),” “Young, Gifted, & Black,” and “Public Service Announcement.”

“Put your diamonds in the sky and let it be known from this day forward, this is the new black national anthem,” said Jay Electronica.

Before leaving, Jay Z took off his Five-Percent Nation chain and handed it to Jay E.

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May
11
New Mixtape: Mac Miller – ‘Faces’

Faces

Mac Miller gives the gift of free music with the Mother’s Day release of his mixtape Faces. The 24 tracks boast appearances from Rick Ross, ScHoolboy Q, Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul, and more.

Since leaving his longtime label Rostrum Records in January, the Pittsburgh rapper is a free agent.

Faces is simply from me to you,” tweeted Mac. “Nobody in between. Nobody telling me the songs that are good or bad or big or small. Just a sentence I am speaking to you.”

Stream the tape below and click here to download.

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Jan
15
Mac Miller Leaves Rostrum Records

Mac Miller

Mac Miller is moving on. After four years, the rapper has parted ways with indie label Rostrum Records.

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Jan
3
New Music: Mac Miller f/ Treejay – ‘Erica’s House’

Erica's House

Mac Miller closed out 2013 with the release of his live album Live From Space, and he gets a fresh start on the new year with “Erica’s House.” On the Larry Fisherman and ID Labs production, he belches and raps about moving from a mansion back to his mother’s attic, David Hasselhoff, and another popular white rapper.

“Stop fu**ing calling me Macklemore/ That’s not my name/ Well, it’s kinda my name,” raps Mac before finishing off the track with some Kanye-inspired Auto-Tune from Treejay.

Check his random flow below.

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Dec
12
Mac Miller Performs on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Mac Miller

Mac Miller landed his spaceship in Hollywood for a performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday. The Pittsburgh rapper performed a mini-concert on the outdoor stage, with songs including “Objects in the Mirror,” “Watching Movies,” “The Star Room / I Am Who I Am,” and “S.D.S.” He also displayed his guitar-playing skills during “The Question.”

On December 17, he will release his Live From Space album featuring live performances and five previously unreleased tracks including collaborations with Future and Thundercat.

See Mac light up late night.

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Dec
5
New Music: Mac Miller – ‘The Star Room/Killin’ Time (Live)’

Mac Miller

On December 17, Mac Miller will release his first live album Live From Space. The project contains performances from his “Space Migration Tour” with The Internet, plus five bonus tracks that didn’t make his sophomore LP Watching Movies With the Sound Off including collaborations with Future and Thundercat.

He offers a taste of his live material with the two tracks, “The Star Room/Killin’ Time,” which he performed in succession.

“It starts super chilled-out, and as my voice gets more energy, the band follows. I love that,” the Pittsburgh rapper told Rolling Stone.

Check out his jazzy rendition below.

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