Now this is how you do an encore.
You may know Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller as the first indie artist to have their debut hit top the Billboard 200, or the guy who provided the frat rap soundtrack for all those guys you probably tried to avoid in college. Miller’s gone through a career evolution, opening up about his struggles with drug abuse, and dropping his long-awaited album GO:OD AM. His fall tour was shouted as one of the 10 must-see concerts this season, and that was even before he did this:
The 100 Grandkids rapper (you know, that video where he raps words that are part of other words while surrounded by a bunch of kids in creepy animal masks) performed in Santa Cruz last Friday. The crowd, chanting for him to do one more song, instead got treated to his very best Stone Cold Steve Austin impression.
Miller came back onstage to that iconic glass-shattering clip, downed a few Steveweisers, then proceeded to get to Stone Cold Stunner-ing one of his hype men. That is definitely way better than all those times you dramatically entered your living room with your arms raised. What? You know you’ve all done it at one time or another. Don’t hate.