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Meek Mill Feat. Mac Miller
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."
Your Old Droog
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.
Mac Miller Feat. ScHoolboy Q
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)
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.
It's all love between former Rostrum Records signees and present day signees. Although Mac Miller parted ways with the independent label, he's provided some dope production for Rostrum's new signee, Boaz, on "Rapness Monster." Larry Fisherman has definitely been honing his craft these days, and it shows. Boaz flows over a marching band-like beat which introduces new instruments as the song progresses. Download the cut and let us know what you think of Boaz.
RiFF RaFF Feat. Mac Miller
RiFF RAFF's long-awaited debut album, NEON iCON, is finally available for pre-order on iTunes, Amazon, and Good Play today.
Mac Miller Feat. Rick Ross
Mac Miller just dropped his 24 track mixtape Faces, and among stellar guest spots from Earl Sweatshirt, Da$h, Schoolboy Q, Mike Jones, Sir Michael Rocks and Vince Staples, Rick Ross popped up on the tape's "Insomniak."
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Earl Sweatshirt Feat. Mac Miller & Vince Staples
We've got some cryptic new material from Earl for y'all this morning, folks. An hour ago, the talented young lord tweeted "search important_man464 on soundcloud if you love christ," which led us to the track in question. The cut's dated 9/6/12, which could mean either September 6th or June 9th, 2012. search important_man464 on soundcloud if you love christ
How I Live (Gettin' High)
"How I Live (Gettin' High)" is the latest offering from Pittsburgh prospect Devin Miles, produced by Christo and incuded on MostDope affiliates Treejay and DJ Clockwork's recent Home N Stoned tape. Light up and lose yourself in it, if you're so inclined.
This weekend, Mac Miller's affiliates TreeJay and DJ Clockwork let go a compilation for all those stoned and at home on 4/20, with "Home Alone"-inspired artwork, Home N Stoned. The weed-appropriate project came with three new cuts from Mac Miller, including this one, "Happy", produced by TreeJay.
MostDope's Treejay and DJ Clockwork released a compilation in honor of 4/20 yesterday, and it featured plenty of exclusive new material from the collective.Most noteable were the 3 new tracks from the group's most prominent member, Mac Miller. "Walkin' Home" which is produced by Nottz, carries on with the style Mac has been experimenting with recently, pairing a dusty sample with some vocal effects and psychedelic imagery.
Bill Feat. Mac Miller & Ab-Soul
Bill may be a newcomer, but he's coming in to the game with some pretty big co-signs. Part of Mac Miller's Most Dope collective, the Pittsburgh rapper known for his Daily Bread clothing line released his debut mixtape today. The project, titled Vagrant is mainly a solo affair, though one highlight from the tape features some pretty huge features from Mac Miller and Ab-Soul. Bill is also graced with a Larry Fisherman beat (Mac's production name for those not in the know).
Mac Miller Feat. Da$h, Ab-Soul, Vince Staples & RetcH
Mac Miller continues to deliver instrumental work under the Larry Fisherman pseudonym. On his latest track, "Amen" he chooses to stay behind the boards, but makes sure that there are plenty of worthy emcees to fill his absence on the mic. The ominously crawling instrumental makes way for 16s from frequent Mac collaborators, Ab-Soul and Vince Staples, as well as emerging Jersey rappers Da$h and RetcH (who have also been showing up on their share Fisherman production).
Last week we saw a different look from Mac Miller, as he decided to cover a Bright Eyes record "Lua." The singing from Mac was met with mixed responses from our audience: some were digging the musical side of Mac while some were waiting on real rap from the MC. Well, for those in the latter category, the time has arrived.
We've seen many different sides of Mac Miller since his evolution from the K.I.D.S. days, and among those sides we've seen a more experimental Mac and a more indie Mac. Since his departure from Rostrum Records, the Pittsburgh emcee has released his late-night-vibing "Tequila" instrumental. Today the rapper unleashes something else that finds him not actually rapping, a cover of Conor Oberst's indie folk band Bright Eyes.
After announcing the release of multiple albums this year, and the departure of his recent label Rostrum Records, Mac Miller’s alter-ego, Larry Fisherman, has decided to release a new instrumental tonight titled "Tequilla". No word on where this will end up. Take a listen to the smooth instrumental below.
Mac Miller Feat. TreeJay
After revealing that he's currently working on 4 new albums, Mac Miller, aka Larry Fisherman, decided to release his first offering of 2014 with this new song called "Erica's House", featuring TreeJay. The track is produced by Larry Fisherman himself, and ID Labs. No word on where this song will end up. Take a listen! Quotable Lyrics: "Around the fire doing the thunder dance/ You know what's a funny word? Underpants/ Lets go to Syria and have a war/ Stop fuckin' callin' me Macklemore, that's not my name"
For those unaware, Kurt Rambis is a former professional basketball player from Indiana currently serving as as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers. Sean Price has titled his latest offering after Rambis, and the 1:12-minute lyrical exercise is both grimy and on-point. The cut sounds like it was recorded live during a cypher backed by a beatboxer only. This is pretty much as raw as it gets, folks. Quotable Lyrics
Mac Miller's new project Live From Space hits iTunes at midnight (hit the button to pre-order), and before that time, he's treated us with two of the five bonus tracks featured on the live album. We heard the Future-featured "Earth" this morning, and now we have a smooth solo record which finds Mac in a contemplative state. Quotable Lyrics
Mac Miller Feat. Future
After releasing a snippet late last week, we now have the full version of Mac Miller's new track Earth, which features Future with production from ID Labs and Teddy Roxpin.