Mac Miller will be dropping his live album, Live From Space, December 17th. Here is a taste of the project. The album will consist of live versions of songs he performs on the Space Migration Tour, & 5 bonus cuts that didn’t make it onto Watching Movies With The Sound Off.
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Surprise from Mac Miller today — he is releasing a new album, entitled “Live From Space” on December 17th. The album will primarily be live performances from his recent Space Migration tour, aided by The Internet. Along with these live performances, there are also 5 bonus songs that did not make the cut for Watching Movies With The Sound Off. You can preorder from iTunes here, and check out the tracklist below.
Mac Miller is back with another alter-ego by the name of Delusional Thomas for his latest self-titled mixtape. If you remember how Mac was rapping at the beginning of “Gees” on his last album, that’s Delusional Thomas apparently, and yes he sounds like that throughout the entire tape. Features include Mac Miller himself, Earl Sweatshirt, Da$h, and more. Continue below.
Mac Miller releases the visual for one of the slower joints off of his latest album, which was produced by Clams Casino. Directed by Rex Arrow. Watching Movies With The Sound off is out now.
Chuck Inglish released his Easily EP on iTunes today, and to go along with that he drops the visual for “Came Thru/Easily” which is the dopest record on the project.
Chuck Inglish is gearing up to release a new EP, Easily, later this year. Today, he decides to let us hear this collaboration with Mac Miller and Ab-Soul titled “Came Thru / Easily”.
Mac Miller delivers the official video for his track, “The Star Room”. Directed by Rex Arrow.
Mac Miller sits down with Hardknock TV once again, this time speaking on where he is musically and personally. Part 2 of this interview will drop next week, check it out. Watching Movies With The Sound Off is in stores now.
Mac Miller releases the latest visual for his new album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off, which is in stores now. Directed by Rex Arrow.