Mac Miller

New Music: Mac Miller – ‘I Come in Peace’

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Just hours after recording it, Mac Miller liberates his Big Jerm-produced song “I Come in Peace,” which borrows its title from the 1990 sci-fi thriller.

The Pittsburgh rapper spews off a series of rambling thoughts. Over the course of three minutes, we learn that if he has a daughter, he wants to name her Rosa Parks, he dreams about having a threesome with Serena and Venus, and that he watches “Scandal” in his Gucci sandals.

“raps that i think are good right now but in 3 days i will ask myself what the fuck i was talking about,” explained Mac.

Listen to his spontaneous flow below.

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Video: Mac Miller – ‘Youforia’

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Mac Miller shares his tour diaries in the video for “Youforia,” a cut off his sophomore album Watching Movies With the Sound Off. A barefoot Mac performs on stage, plays the drums and keyboard, and sings in the live footage, which was shot during his “Space Migration” tour with Earl Sweatshirt and Chance the Rapper.

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Video: Mac Miller – ‘The Star Room’

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Mac Miller stays trippy in the video for “The Star Room,” the latest release off his album Watching Movies With the Sound Off. The Pittsburgh MC showcases his alter ego Delusional Thomas as he raps in a room full of pink lights and a trashed room with scantily-clad ladies by his side.

Mac is currently touring Europe with Lil Wayne and heads back to North America in November for additional tour dates.

Step into his strange world in the clip below.

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Ariana Grande Brings Out Big Sean, Mac Miller at L.A. Show

Ariana Grande and Big Sean

Ariana Grande closed out her “Listening Sessions” tour with a bang. The 20-year-old diva brought her show to Club Nokia in L.A. on Monday with some special guests. She was joined by Big Sean for “Right There” and Mac Miller on her hit “The Way.” She even shouted out Based God during the latter.

“This is my good friend right here,” said Sean while embracing Ariana on stage. “She’s here for the long run. You’ve got such an amazing voice, such amazing talent. Congratulations! I’m so happy for you.”

Ariana returned the love. “Thank you to @bigsean and @macmiller for joining me on stage tonight, both of you are too amazing and special for words. Love u,” she tweeted.

Her manager Scooter Braun also announced that she has the No. 1 album on the charts this week with her debut Yours Truly.

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Ariana Grande and Mac Miller Perform on ‘Today’ Concert Series

Mac Miller and Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande kicked off her release week on a high note. Fans packed Rockefeller Plaza as the 20-year-old diva-in-training took over the “Today” Toyota Concert Series for a performance on Tuesday. She put her powerful pipes on display while singing “Tattooed Heart” off her debut Yours Truly.

She also brought out Mac Miller to perform their hit “The Way.” During his opening verse, the rapper shouted out Lil B. “Thank you, Based God,” he said.

Yours Truly is already No. 1 on iTunes in over 30 countries including the U.S.

“I was hoping that it would do well, but I didn’t expect it to go to No. 1 so quickly!” said Grande.

Watch Ariana and Mac team up on “Today.”

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Mac Miller Collapses Onstage in Phoenix

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Mac Miller had a scary moment onstage on the second to last stop of his “Space Migration” tour. The Pittsburgh rapper was performing the title track off his album Watching Movies With the Sound Off at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix over the weekend when he started feeling faint and eventually collapsed to the the floor (2:04 mark).

His band members rushed to his rescue, while the venue lights dimmed. But he got back up only seconds later and kept performing like a true pro.

It’s unknown what the cause was, but he did tweet earlier in the week that he was exhausted. “In Vegas. Need sleep,” wrote Mac.

He can get some rest now that the U.S. leg of the tour is officially over.

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Video: Mac Miller – ‘I Am Who Am (Killin’ Time)’

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Mac Miller digs deep in the enlightening video for “I Am Who Am (Killin’ Time),” the Niki Randa-assisted cut off his album Watching Movies With the Sound Off. A barefoot Mac raps in a room filled with light bulbs as a girl in a white prom dress stares at herself in the mirror.

The Pittsburgh MC is currently traveling across the country on his 38-city “Space Migration” tour with Vince Staples, The Internet, and Chance the Rapper, with Meek Mill, Earl Sweatshirt, and Action Bronson supporting on select dates.

Watch Mac shine some light in the video below.

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