Laundry Day (Demo)
EarthGang & J.I.D
Spillage Village is an Atlanta-based collective comprised of JB, EarthGang, and J.I.D. Earlier this month, they released "Can't Call It," the full version of "Jermaine's Interlude" and the lead single from their upcoming album Bears Like This Too Much. This morning they released "Laundry Day," a rough demo that was left off the album.
My Favorite Part
Mac Miller Feat. Ariana Grande
If you thought Mac Miller would never drop a smoother song than "Dang!", his recent single with Anderson .Paak, think again.
Mac Miller Feat. Cee-Lo Green
Mac Miller has been stepping back into the spotlight as of late. The rapper kicked it all off with a new single "Dang!" featuring Anderson .Paak, and quickly followed that up with an album announcement: The Divine Feminine is due out on September 16th. We already received confirmation of a Kendrick Lamar feature, and while we don't have that just yet, we do have another from Cee-Lo Green on the smooth "We."
Into You (Remix)
Ariana Grande Feat. Mac Miller
Well here’s an unexpected treat for Ariana Grande & Mac Miller fans. The two have joined forces for a new remix to Ariana’s latest radio hit “Into You,” off her wildly successful Dangerous Woman album which just helped her earn 5 VMA nominations.Serving as a true remix, the song get some reworked production & a new guest verse from Mac Miller, who confesses his feelings for his woman in the process. As if this record even needed an upgrade, it just got it. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
Mac Miller Feat. Anderson .Paak
It's been a quiet year for Mac Miller, but he's finally ready to start promoting his upcoming album, The Divine Feminine, which will be the follow up to last year's GO:OD AM. Earlier today, he premiered the album's first single via Beats 1 radio. "Dang!" is a love-drunk piece of sunny California magic featuring the ever-compelling Anderson. Paak. Timeless grooves abound.
Headaches and Migraines
Mac Miller Feat. Dave East
The opening track on the new Smoke Till I'm Dead compilation is as good as it gets in terms of 4/20 releases. Recruiting Cardo, aka the one of the brilliant minds behind the all-time smoker's classic Kush & OJ, Mac Miller delivers some heady bars, while Dave East shows up to briefly tighten up the feel of the song, finding the nook and crannies of the beat Mac looked over on his floating flows, before handing it back to Miller, who proceeds to dig further into the groove, riding a multi-syllabic flow into eternity.
5 Foot Assassin: Larry Fisherman Tribute
In light of Phife Dawg’s passing, Mac Miller donned his producer cap and Larry Fisherman moniker to put together an instrumental tribute to the late A Tribe Called Quest emcee. He lays some somber keys and Tribe-inspired drums over a medley of Phife Dawg verses and live recordings.
Donald Trump [Throwback]
Mac Miller appeared on "The Nightly Show" yesterday to deliver a pointed message to his old nemesis Donald Trump: ""I fucking hate you." In honor of the resurrection of the Miller-Trump feud, we throw it back to Mac Miller's 2011 single "Donald Trump" from his debut album Blue Slide Park
Sap Feat. Mac Miller
It’s been a minute since we last heard anything new from Mac Miller, but that maybe partially due to the fact he’s been busy working on the follow up to GOOD:AM, which is expected to drop later this year. While we wait for updates on the upcoming album though, producer, SAP, decides to hold fans over by releasing a new song with the Pittsburgh native called “C4.” Look for the track to see life on Sap’s upcoming project Self-Employed, which is dropping March 4. Take a listen a let us know what you think.
1st, Lil Uzi Vert, Mac Miller & Post Malone
FKi are largely responsible for the success of Post Malone, as they're the duo who not only produced his biggest records (he doesn't have many out, but they seem to all be hits) but guided his come-up. The boys of FKi also do work on the solo tip-- today 1st releases a collaboration with a posse of weirdo-rappers (that's a compliment), "Cameras."
Lost Boys (OG Version)
Sir Michael Rocks Feat. Trinidad James & Mac Miller
With new music on the way, Sir Michael Rocks decides to dig into the vault today and share an unreleased, original version of his collab "Lost Boys" featuring Mac Miller and Trinidad Jame$.
Last night, Mac Miller took shape as his alter ego, Larry Fisherman, for the release of a new instrumental project, Run On Sentences Vol. 2, following up the 2013 release of the same name.
Billy Joel's "Vienna" might not seem like its screaming to be covered by Mac Miller, but the rapper has managed to make his version of the song make sense in his world. As as a result, it's not immediately recognizable, with Mac choosing to drop his voice in pitch, while the piano chords are distant and heavily distorted.
Alchemist Feat. Mac Miller & Migos
After a slight warning from Mac Miller earlier, producer Alchemist decides to come through and share a new track on his soundcloud page tonight that he cooked up with the Pittsburgh rapper & Migos called "Jabroni."
Creatures Of The Night
Njomza & Mac Miller Feat. Delusional Thomas
Aside from a few random cuts that she’s been featured on, Chicago songstress Njomza has been relatively quiet when it comes to new music lately. Looking to change all that and give her fans something new, Njomza decided to share a new song last week on her soundcloud page with her REMember boss Mac Miller titled “Creatures of the Night” featuring Delusional Thomas.
Grab Her Hand
Michael Christmas Feat. Mac Miller
At midnight tonight (10/23), Michael Christmas’ new album, What A Weird Day, will finally be made available for purchase on iTunes. Not being able to with hold his excitement, Christmas decided to celebrate by releasing this new Mac Miller-featured record, "Grab Her Hand," on his soundcloud page a few hours ahead of its release.
Less than a week after dropping his third studio album, GO:OD AM, Mac Miller is back with a new track, "Speed Racer," produced by Chase N. Cashe. The new track finds Mac spitting some fiery, at times hilarious, improvisational bars. He's definitely doing a little more shit talking here than on most of GO:OD AM, which found resilience through introspection. It's unclear if "Speed Racer" is a leftover off the album, but regardless, we're happy to have some new Mac.
We are getting very close to the September 18 release of Mac Miller's GO:OD AM.
Break The Law
Slowly but surely Mac Miller is ramping up to the release of his third studio album GO:OD AM, tonight unveiling the project's second single "Break the Law." Lush strings, glockenspiel, vocal pads, and fat snare hits form the backdrop as "Mr. Love To Grab His Nuts" embarks on an epic boasting spree, like Lloyd Banks the Punchline King's carefree younger brother. It's a song that grabs your ear from the very start and doesn't let go until it ends with a enthusiastic "Get money, fuck the system, break the law" chant.
Nikes On My Feet
Given Mac Miller's recent return to music and the fact that his K.I.D.S. mixtape dropped five years ago today, he seemed like the perfect pick for our Throwback Thursday cut. We return to a fresh-faced, less-tatted Mac Miller, not yet addled by drug-use, for today's #TBT song, "Nikes on My Feet."