Mac Miller

Apr
24
Video: Mac Miller – ‘S.D.S.’

Mac Miller

Move over Superman. Mac Miller unleashes his superpowers in the action-packed video for “S.D.S. (Somebody Do Something),” the first single off his sophomore album Watching Movies With the Sound Off.

After an experiment in the lab goes wrong, the Pittsburgh rapper transforms into a fanny pack-sporting superhero—complete with canine sidekick. The caped crusader flies through the sky and battles evil forces including Corey Feldman, who plays the villain.

Will good triumph over evil? Follow Mac on his epic adventure.

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Apr
22
New Music: Mac Miller – ‘S.D.S.’

SDS

It’s been six months since he announced his album title, but Mac Miller finally delivers the first single off his sophomore album Watching Movies With the Sound Off.

On “S.D.S.,” which stands for “Somebody Do Something,” the Pittsburgh rapper gets introspective as he rhymes over a trippy beat, produced by Flying Lotus.

“I’ve been working harder on this album than any project i have ever been a part of. This is by far the most time i have spent on an album,” tweeted Miller of the follow-up to his 2011 debut Blue Slide Park. “I have been killing myself with anticipation, waiting to give this to you all. after 9 LONG ass months. it’s finally time to get started.”

The song hits iTunes tomorrow and the video debuts Wednesday.

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Mar
28
Video: Ariana Grande f/ Mac Miller – ‘The Way’

Mac Miller and Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande has had a lock on the iTunes charts with her new single “The Way.” Now she locks lips with her co-star Mac Miller in the fun and flirty video, directed by Jones Crow. The 19-year-old Nickelodeon star and Pittsburgh rapper turn up the heat, playing in the balloons, taking photos, and making out against a projection screen.

The Harmony Samuels-produced song, penned by Jordin Sparks and Sevyn Streeter, can be found on Ariana’s upcoming debut Daydreamin’, due this fall.

Watch their on-screen chemistry in the clip below.

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Mar
25
New Music: Ariana Grande f/ Mac Miller – ‘The Way’

The Way

Ariana Grande finds herself a bad boy in Mac Miller on her new single “The Way.” The 19-year-old Nickelodeon star coos about the way her man makes her feel on the breezy love song, which samples Big Pun’s “Still Not a Player.”

Expect more collaborations between the odd couple, who previously dueted on the holiday classic “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” “We’ve made a whole bunch of songs together and I think a couple of the other ones are going to be on the album as well,” she told Ryan Seacrest.

Within hours of its release, “The Way” has already cracked the top spot on iTunes. Ariana’s debut Daydreamin’ is due this fall.

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Feb
10
New Music: Mac Miller f/ Prodigy – ‘Confessions of a Cash Register’

Mac Miller

In the midst of Grammy madness, Mac Miller drops “Confessions of a Cash Register,” a collaboration with Mobb Deep’s Prodigy. The MCs trade ominous rhymes on the dark record, produced by Alchemist and Larry Fisherman (Mac’s alias).

“Tell Dorothy we ain’t in Kansas/ Living in this world, but we don’t undertand it,” raps Mac, whose sophomore album Watching Movies With the Sound Off is still awaiting a release date.

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Jan
31
Donald Trump Calls Out Mac Miller for ‘Illegally’ Using His Name on Song

Mac Miller and Donald Trump

President Obama and Rosie O’Donnell have all come under fire from Donald Trump. And now the outspoken real estate magnate is taking aim at Mac Miller for using his name on his hit song.

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Dec
25
New Music: Mac Miller f/ Ariana Grande – ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’

Baby, It's Cold Outside

Mac Miller gets in the spirit of the season with his cover of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” The Pittsburgh MC, under his alter ego Larry Lovestein, duets with Nickelodeon star Ariana Grande on the acoustic jam.

“Its christmas… this is my favorite christmas song. @SweetLarryLove and @ArianaGrande killed it,” tweeted Mac, whose sophomore album Watching Movies With the Sound Off is due in early 2013.

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