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2014 flew by, and here we are in 2015 still wondering where the time went. And just like the beginning of every year, we reflect back on the best of the best from the previous year. While 2014 was one of the weaker times in music, there were still some gems sprinkled throughout, especially in the mixtape game. Below we’ve compiled our favorites from 2014, so check it out and tell us what you think in the comment section!
In addition to being the Young Money President, Mack Maine also raps once in awhile. He has a new tape coming out November 24th titled Food For Thought, which will be his first project since 2013’s Freestyle 102: No Pens No Pads. For the first leak from the new tape Mack grabs Mac, and 2 Chainz, over Lex Luger production.
Mac Miller, known for his success as an independent artist, has signed him and his label Remember to Warner Bros in a deal reportedly worth $10,000,000. In celebration, he gives us some raps.
Producer Thelonious Martin is working hard on his newest project, which will have some notable features, and should end up to be a nice body of work. So nice, that he has cut this Mac Miller track from the project. Mac will still appear on the finished product as well, as they have other collaborations, but this one now serves as a loosie.
Unlikely — yet frequent collaborators, Short Dawg & Ab-Soul are joined by Mac Miller on Short Dawg’s latest offering. The mixtape NoDOZ is on the way.
Mac Miller releases the visuals to Diablo, one of the standout tracks from his most recent mixtape Faces. While the title says it’s a teaser, don’t listen, it’s the full thing. Directed by Rex Arrow Films, as are most Mac Miller videos.
Mac said he had some rare songs in honor of Watching Movies With The Sound Off turning one. We got a track earlier, but now he unleashes something special by the name of “Melt” featuring Schoolboy Q with production from the legendary Pete Rock.
Mac Miller’s sophomore album Watching Movies With The Sound Off turns 1 today, so in honor Mac has decided to unleash what he calls some “rare” tracks that would’ve changed everything. Here is the first offering which is the OG version of the track, “The Star Room”.