Mac Miller

Mac Miller is the unsung member of the trio of MCs set to drop projects June 18. Leaks from the Pittsburgh rapper’s sophomore effort, Watching Movies With The Sound Off,  show that he’s capable of competing with his counterparts, musically. Today, Miller returns with a trippy visual for “Watching Movies.”

Myspace is pulling out all the stops after a complete overhaul of the former social media giant was announced by Justin Timberlake earlier this year. In a new high-energy promo ad aimed at beefing up interest features Pharrell, Mac Miller, Schoolboy Q, RiFF RAFF, Ciara, and plenty of others. 

Understanding that it’s difficult to spot talented artists in a sea of struggle rappers, one we personally recommend is Vince Staples.

On paper, a Sean Price and Mac Miller collaboration is a brow raising disaster in the making. Accomplished producer Statik Selektah somehow proved those assumptions wrong when he released “21 & Over” a few weeks ago. Now that the track has gained some notoriety, the beatsmith returns today with a quick visual for the cut.

Feast your ears on another compilation of audible philanthropy via The Wrap Up. This installment of the weekly series arrives a few days late due to yesterday’s Summer Jam festivities, but the quality of these tracks should make up for our tardiness.

Mac Miller invaded New York City to promote his new single “S.D.S.” and his forthcoming Watching Movies with the Sound Off LP. This led the Pittsburgh lyricist to the Funkmaster Flex Show, where he obliged to the customary practice of freestyling while the Hot 97 DJ talks his ish.

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.

Funkmaster Flex has been slowly prepping a hilariously titled mixtape Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?, which you’ll have a chance to hear in full Wednesday, April 17. The project was spearheaded by previous leaks like Chris Brown and Problem’s “Let the Blunt Go” and “Don’t Make Me Do It,” featuring Vado, Meek Mill, DJ Khaled, and […]

Thursday, March 7, Earl Sweatshirt gave an impromptu performance during a Flying Lotus show at Los Angeles’s Low End Theory. If anything, his gracing the stage revealed that the Odd Future rapper may very well be cooking up one of the year’s better projects with Doris. He previewed three new tracks from the album to a justified amount […]

The $10 million lawsuit between rising teen rapper Mac Miller and grizzled veteran producer/MC Lord Finesse was settled last month., Now the pair aims to join forces musically. Although things were seemingly tense, the Pittsburgh MC and the self-professed, Bronx-reared “Funky Man” cleared the air in a recent interview.

After a six-year hiatus, Nick Cannon’s Wild N’ Out will make its return to MTV in 2013.

The $10 million lawsuit filed against Mac Miller by Lord Finesse has been settled, HipHopDX.com reports. According to court documents obtained by the website,  Miller and Finesse have ended the short-lived battle over the song “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza.”