Mac Miller Songs

  • Troubled Man's Lullaby
    Troubled Man's Lullaby
    Retchy P is prepping his project, Finesse The World, for June 30th, but before that arrives Retch drops off a loosie that happens to feature Mac Miller on the mic and the boards. It's a bit of a spooky track, thanks to the soft piano keys and other creepy noises. Mac Miller's drawn out flow and Retch's forced cadence gives the record a drug-addled feeling, likely intentional as this is the "Troubled Man's Lullaby." That title is quite accurate. Will you be playing this to help you fall asleep at night, though? 
  • I Got This Beat In My Head
    I Got This Beat In My Head
    Mac Miller's official DJ, DJ Clockwork, was on Sway In The Morning yesterday and did a 30-minute set for the listeners. During his visit with Sway, he decided to tease fans with an unreleased Mac Miller cut which he produced, "I Got This Beat In My Head." Although Clockwork prefaces the track by saying that it's not entirely finished, it still needs to be mixed, it's pretty freaking good already. If you're a 90s baby you may appreciate his reference to Lizzy McGuire.
  • Fast Life
    Fast Life
    Since being released from prison last year, Pittsburgh's Hardo has stormed back on the scene, and the anticipation for his upcoming mixtape, Trapnati, couldn't be higher. Last month, he dropped a huge collab with Wiz Khalifa, and followed up with "I Know You Ain't Gon Like," with T.I. a couple weeks later.
  • Boo (Interlude)
    Boo (Interlude)
    Other than his recent “Days” release, Mac Miller has been relatively quiet since inking a new deal for his label last year worth a reportedly $10 million dollars. Getting back to the music here, Mac decides to come through and release this new interlude titled “Boo”.
  • Days
    We haven’t heard much from Mac Miller since he inked his reportedly $10 million dollar deal with Warner Bros. late last year. But on every smoker’s favorite Holiday (4/20), we get to hear a new track from the Pittsburgh native called “Days”.
  • Mo Money
    Mo Money
    Pittsburgh's Hardo is back. Hardo's skyrocketing career was temporarily put on hold by a prison stint last year, but he's started 2015 in a big way. We already heard "Trapnati", and now he's back with his second single, "Mo Money", featuring Wiz Khalifa, Pittsburgh's biggest star. Together, these two are putting the 412 on the map. Wiz has become known for his ability to sing out the catchiest hooks in the game, and Hardo proves he can do the same. Both men let loose a mixture of singing and rapping that's tough enough for the OGs and plenty sexy for the ladies. 
  • Monday
    We were introduced to the duo EarthGang back in 2012 with their single "The F Bomb (IDGAF)." More than two years, the rappers remixed the track with OG Maco and put it back out, adding some more buzz to their name. The Atlanta rappers have had a slow rise to prominence, but with a buzz on deck they're currently prepping a new mixtape called Torba.
  • Living All Your Dreams
    Living All Your Dreams
    Mac Miller on a Lex Luger beat? I guess crazier things have happened (like Mac teaming up with Rick Ross earlier this year), but still, this new Mack Maine track is bonkers for a number of reasons. "Living All Your Dreams" was produced by Lex and features Miller and 2 Chainz.
  • This Is 15 Bars I May Be Wrong I Gotta See
    This Is 15 Bars I May Be Wrong I Gotta See
    Odd Future’s Domo Genesis delivered on his word Wednesday night and released his long overdue mixtape Under The Influence 2. Laced with 14 new tracks, the sequel to 2011 project features guest appearances from Mac Miller, Iamsu!, Tay Walker, and Hodgy Beats, meanwhile production is handled by SAP, Left Brain, ID Labs, and more.
  • One Nine Six Nine
    One Nine Six Nine
    We just got 3 brand new tracks from Mac Miller, and the third is by far the most experimental of the bunch. "One Nine Six Nine" is a hypnotic ballad, with Mac singing for the majority of the track. With plenty of effect on his voice, Miller croons about ecstasy, making for a very trippy electronic number. Judging by the title, the rapper is likely taking influence from 60s psychedelia.
  • Just Some Raps, Nothing To See Here, Move Along
    Just Some Raps, Nothing To See Here, Move Along
    Mac Miller has apparently signed a deal with Warner Bros. Records, and in celebration, he's released a brand new track. While the title instructs listeners not to take the track too seriously, it's hard to look away from "Just Some Raps, Nothing To See Here, Move Along", which sticks within Mac's recently carved out lane of stream-of-consciousness underground rap.
  • Her
    Thelonious Martin has a new record coming in December, and he's been collecting some impressive features for the project, including the likes of Ab-Soul, Smoke DZA, Michael Christmas, and Domo Genesis. He has so many good people working with him that he was able to cut a Mac Miller song from the album.
  • Rapness Monster  (Remix)
    Rapness Monster (Remix)
    With Larry Fisherman on the boards and Boaz on the mic, "Rapness Monster" was already a monster of a track. Now, Asher Roth has thrown himself in to the mix. Boaz shares this just a few days before his Rostrum Records debut, Intuition, hits shelves. Showing us that he means business on this remix, Boaz spins some new bars for us so we don't have to wait until Roth's verse to hear something new. When Asher arrives though, he comes in screaming like a lion and goes on to say that his bars are "sharper than a rhino nose." We can't argue. 
  • Don't Know
    Don't Know
    Boaz began his big run this year with the Mac Miller-produced gem "Rapness Monster," and now they've linked up again for a track that will appear on Boaz's upcoming LP Intuition. Unlike the previous collab, "Don't Know" Larry Fisherman morphs into Mac Miller for a guest verse.
  • Money Shot
    Money Shot
    Curren$y continues to drop new music out of the blue, with Saturday night becoming the time he chooses to do so. Today he delivered More Saturday Night Car Tunes a follow up to his hazy EP dropped over the summer. Once again, it's chock full of the cinematic atmosphere we've come to expect from Spitta, which lends to the late night cruising concept he's ascribed to the series.
  • 10 Pints
    10 Pints
    Short Dawg is gearing up to drop a new mixtape NoDOZ soon, and in anticipation of the mixtape the rapper sent us a new single with two solid appearances from Ab-Soul and Mac Miller. Elvis Freshley, as he goes by on Twitter, has a banger with this one.
  • I Like It
    I Like It
    As you all know, Meek Mill's current incarceration is putting a temporary damper on what was supposed to be the fall rollout for his album Dreams Worth More Than Money. Although no release date is now in sight, the Philly spitter has somehow freed a leak from the project. "I Like It" features Mac Miller, who previously linked up with Meek Mill on the official remix of his song "House Party."
  • Sleepers...
    Your Old Droog made waves a few months back when rumors spread that he was actually a pitch shifted Nas. While that theory was quickly debunked, the similarity to Esco is no less uncanny. Recently Mac Miller let it slip that he'd been working with Droog, and today we receive a new track from the mysterious rapper with a beat from Miller (under his Larry Fisher pseudonym of course). Droog's study of Nas is still as present as ever on the track. Will he be able to transcend the comparisons (a la Action Bronson with Ghostface?). Let us know in the comments.
  • Melt
    To celebrate the one-year anniversary of his sophomore album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off, Mac Miller decided to treat fans with some new music today.
  • The Star Room (OG Version)
    The Star Room (OG Version)
    Today marks the one-year anniversary of Mac Miller’s latest album Watching Movies With The Sound Off. To celebrate the occasion, Mac took to his soundcloud and released the original version of the album's intro track "The Star Room."  This version of the track is actually produced by Earl Sweatshirt, and is slowed down a bit with the addition of a soft female sample throughout it. Personally, this instrumental is better than the album's version.
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