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Mac Miller spins questions and thoughts while the room spins around him in the visuals for "I Am Who I Am," his latest release from Watching Movies With The Sound Off.
Let's not even bother with the tired saying that MySpace is back.
It was only a matter of time since rap's a very topical genre.
If you enjoyed the actual song "Gees," you'll inevitably dig this official visual.
The true test of music going from good to great usually occurs in one of two places: in a vehicle with a massive sound system and on stage in front of a crowd.
Typically, when journalists ask musicians about how people perceive them, they’re met with the same boilerplate answer.
Again, Kanye doesn't care, Cole hates it but here are the official first-week sales totals for both artists anyway.
Last week served as one of the more memorable weeks in recent memory for our beloved hip-hop culture.
Vince Staples rhymes with the chilly detachment of a teenage hitman.
Apparently, the story of Mac Miller's Watching Movies With The Sound Off is also the story of a baby sea turtle, one who's just trying to make it in that big old bucket of blue.
LA emcee Vince Staples links up with Ab-Soul on the Larrry Fisherman (Mac Miller’s beatmaking alter ego) produced “Killing Y'all.
While overseas, Mac stopped by Semtex's studio for an interview and launched into an eight minute run over selected beats.
Another day, another leak with a big feature from Mac Miller's Watching Movies With the Sound Off.
Looks like Mac Miller really did land a guest verse from Jay Electronica for his upcoming Watching Movies With The Sound Off album.
These Space Migration Sessions videos are pretty damn cool.
Watch Mac Miller, backed by The Internet, performing the Pharrell-produced cut "Objects In The Mirror" for a new series called The Space Migration Sessions.