Capping off a stellar year, Mac Miller will deliver a new album titled Live From Space in the coming weeks. It will be a compilation of live performances from “The Space Migration” tour and five unreleased tracks.
Mac Miller releases another visual from Watching Movies With The Sound Off. This time track 16, “Youforia,” receives a proper treatment.
Mac Miller returns with a visual for “The Star Room,” the intro to his second studio album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Again, the Pittsburgh MC goes way left as a way to further communicate the LP’s eclectic feel on the small screen.
Mac Miller’s Space Migration Tour made a stop at the Hollywood Palladium last night (August 8) in L.A. The “Donald Trump” rapper never fails bringing out surprises for his fans, which yesterday meant Action Bronson and Tyler, The Creator.
Mac Miller drops the video for “I Am Who Am (Killin Time),” featuring Niki Randa, the latest single from his Watching Movies With The Sound Off album.
Psychedelic visuals are clearly Mac Miller‘s forte. Quirky, off-kilter treatments redefined his previous Watching Movies With The Sound Off releases, and that remains consistent in the Rostrum Records rapper’s new delivery, “Gees.”
Kanye West’s Yeezus album will top the album sales chart this week, but not by much. J. Cole came in a close second with his sophomore album, Born Sinner, while Mac Miller also made a strong debut with his Watching Movies With The Sound Off project.
Mac Miller had a few surprises on his sophomore LP Watching Movies With The Sound Off. No, we’re not talking about the rare Jay Electronica sighting. We’re actually referring to an acapella verse from infamous battle rapper Loaded Lux at the end of “Red Dot Music.”
Mac Miller is an eclectic spirit to say the least. A day before releasing Watching Movies With The Sound Off, in stores today, the Macadelic rapper streamed his sophomore effort with an accompanying film that follows the life of a sea turtle.