From the forthcoming Jamla Records release “Beauty and The Beast”
Tag: 9th Wonder
“MC Mac Miller returns to the UK for three tour dates including at show at London’s hmv Forum on 24th May. The dates follow on from sold out shows in September last year. The rapidly rising star in the hip hop community, Malcolm ‘Mac Miller’ McCormack has gone from being a local sensation in his native Pittsburgh to selling out venues all across the United States and Europe. Mac Miller is a multitalented musician who can play numerous instruments and a young novice of the freestyle/cipher/battle circuit of his hometown, Mac has been paving his way to superstardom in his blue-collar hometown for years. He was inspired by artists such as The Beastie Boys, Outkast and Big L to develop his own art of rhyme and to deliver his jaw dropping freestyles.” Get your Tickets Right HERE let’s remind Ourselves some
This is Mac’s latest single off of his mixtape Macadelic. Press Play below
“Sendin’ my love for girls who got some cuts at their wrists, Hope you found what you lookin’ for, I hope you found what you lookin’ for. You take away the pain and I thank you for that, If I ever get the chance, bet I’m paying you back
Ima be waitin’ for that”
The rest of 2012 will find Mac putting out three projects, the details of which are still under wraps. “I’m doing three collaborative projects before the end of this year,” Mac Miller told the Juice. “One is coming out soon, I can’t tell you [about them] but they’re all crazy, they’re all really dope. I think that’s just what I need to do right now, just explore, and expand, and make music with other people.” Last month, the 20 yr. old dropped his “Macadelic” mixtape including Juicy J, Casey Veggies, and Kendrick Lamar. “Macadelic is where I’m at right now. I think that’s what’s great about the mixtape game, it’s from the artist. Just from me to you. We made it, we mixed it, and we put it out the next day, so it’s real raw. That’s just how I love my music. If I didn’t have mixtapes, I don’t think people would’ve known who I was,” he said. At the rate he’s working right now he’s definitely building himself a growing fan base as well as a great legacy.
Much respect to the Juice