When it’s all said and done, remember that we called Vince Staples early on. If you need more music to gauge the young rhymer on, look no further. He returns today with his Stolen Youth free album.
Understanding that it’s difficult to spot talented artists in a sea of struggle rappers, one we personally recommend is Vince Staples.
Thursday, Mac Miller made a public service announcement via UStream, where he formally announced that his second LP Watching Movies With the Sound Off will release June 18.
Soft spoken lyricist Ab-Soul can speak as sparingly as he pleases if he continues to drop tracks like “The End Is Near.” The song released out the blue just moments ago, and features Mac Miller, who also produced the record under his Larry Fisherman moniker.
Mac Miller is a known advocate of the highly celebrated 4/20 activity, and due to this we get a mixtape to commemorate the festive occasion titled S.H.O.W.time, which is an acronym for Super H-gh Off Wax Time.
Ab-Soul and Short Dawg hook up with Mac Miller on the not so low low for this cut called “Bubble Gum Blues.”
For over a year now, Mac Miller has been showcasing his production skills under the name of Larry Fisherman. After gaining over a million views on his sound cloud page, he’s decided to release his first instrumental mixtape, Run-On Sentences: Vol. 1.