Mac Miller Videos

Mac Miller Performs "Dang!" Live On MTV's "Wonderland"
Mac Miller Performs "Dang!" Live On MTV's "Wonderland"
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To promote his newly released album The Divine Feminine, Mac Miller took his talents to the stage of MTV’s "Wonderland" series Thursday night & gave fans a live performance. Running through several hits off the album, including “Stay,” “Soulmate,” and “We,” we decided to highlight his performance of the lead single “Dang!” which features Anderson .Paak who is M.I.A. for the performance.
Mac Miller Reflects On Getting His Ankles Broken By Bone Collector
Mac Miller Reflects On Getting His Ankles Broken By Bone Collector
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Mac Miller is running through NYC promoting his new album The Divine Feminine. During an interview with Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy of The Breakfast Club, he covered the album and a variety of topics, including his relationship with Ariana Grande, sobriety, Brooklyn, love, working with Cee-Lo, and getting his ankles broken by Bone Collector the other week. "It was bad," he said of his broken ankles. "But it was great."
Mac Miller & Anderson .Paak Perform "Dang!" On Stephen Colbert
Mac Miller & Anderson .Paak Perform "Dang!" On Stephen Colbert
Mac Miller Feat. Anderson .Paak
To promote today’s newly-released album The Divine Feminine, Mac Miller decided to pay a visit by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Thursday night and serve as the evening’s musical guest. Accompanied by Jon Batiste & Stay Human, Mac takes the stage draped in all black & performs a live rendition of his lead single “Dang!” alongside featured guest Anderson .Paak. Check it out above.
Mac Miller Got His Ankles Broken During Power 106 Celebrity Game
Mac Miller Got His Ankles Broken During Power 106 Celebrity Game
Power 106 held their celebrity basketball game at USC's campus yesterday afternoon and it featured a plethora of artists including Chris Brown, Kid Ink, Omarion and Mac Miller. As seen in the clip above, things didn't go accordingly to plan for Mac Miller. Even if it was a completely illegal move. 
Donald Trump Raps Along To Mac Miller's "Donald Trump" (Spoof)
Donald Trump Raps Along To Mac Miller's "Donald Trump" (Spoof)
Editing politicians' speeches so that they rap along to to popular hip hop songs is all the rave these days. The newest edition of this trend features clips of the bombastic presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump rapping over Mac Miller's "Donald Trump." Trump famously threatened to sue Miller for using his name in the song without permission in 2013. All is forgiven here, as he raps the song he inspired with gusto.
Mac Miller Eviscerates Donald Trump On The Nightly Show
Mac Miller Eviscerates Donald Trump On The Nightly Show
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Donald Trump's most extensive foray into hip hop was probably the time he threatened to sue Mac Miller for royalties from a 2011 song entitled "Donald Trump." Miller had a more favorable view of Trump than he does now; in December, he tweeted "Just please don't elect this motherf**ker man," and last night he made an appearance to "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" last night to deliver a scathing message to The Donald. "I only have one thing to say," Miller began. "I fucking hate you Donald Trump."
Mac Miller "Stopped Making Excuses" Documentary
Mac Miller "Stopped Making Excuses" Documentary
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Mac Miller went through a dark period of his life before he was able to put together his last album GO:OD AM. He’s spoken on it brief in some interviews, but now in the short documentary "Stopped Making Excuses" created by The Fader, the Pittsburgh native opens up about his experiences.
Mac Miller Feat. Miguel "Weekend" Video
Mac Miller Feat. Miguel "Weekend" Video
Mac Miller Feat. Miguel
Revisiting his GO:OD AM album today, Mac Miller decides to share the official video for his Miguel-assisted record “Weekend.”
Mac Miller's CRWN Interview With Elliott Wilson
Mac Miller's CRWN Interview With Elliott Wilson
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Mac Miller released his third studio album, GO:OD AM, last month, and so far it's received a positive reaction from fans. Mac is confident its his best work to date, which is onbe of the many topics he broached in coversation with Elliott Wilson for his CRWN Interview.
Mac Miller "Clubhouse" Video
Mac Miller "Clubhouse" Video
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Mac Miller hasn't been delivering your "typical" rap music videos for cuts off his new album GO:OD AM, and the trend continues with the synchro-themed music video for "Clubhouse." Mac hits the indoor pool with a team of female synchro swimmers for some choreographed swim moves, and chills in the pool alongside them. The video is part of Go Pro and Pitchfork's "GP4K" series, and thus it was shot using a Go Pro. Check it out above. 
Mac Miller Crushes "10 Crack Commandments" Freestyle
Mac Miller Crushes "10 Crack Commandments" Freestyle
Mac Miller's GO:OD AM has been one of the nicest surprises of late, and it's about time these DJs start respecting him as one of the game's top lyricists -- if you disagree, just watch his latest spot on BigBoyTV. Seconds into Biggie's "10 Crack Commandments" instrumental, you know the Pittsburgh kid ain't playing.  After a "don't stop" chant from Big Boy, Mac tries his chops at Kanye West's "Get 'Em High" and predictably destroys. It's easy to tell these often bizarre rhyme connections are straight off-the-top. 
Mac Miller Breaks Down "100 Grandkids"
Mac Miller Breaks Down "100 Grandkids"
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While out in NYC recently to promote his brand new album GO:OD AM, Mac Miller decided to stop by The Genuis headquarters and give an in-depth breakdown of his third studio album.
Mac Miller "Brand Name" Video
Mac Miller "Brand Name" Video
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With the clock striking midnight, Mac Miller’s third studio album GO:OD AM was official made available on iTunes. Containing 17 tracks in total, the project features guest appearances from Miguel,  Little Dragon, Chief Keef, Lil’ B, and Ab-Soul.
Mac Miller Compares Donald Trump To A Struggle Rapper On The Nightly Show
Mac Miller Compares Donald Trump To A Struggle Rapper On The Nightly Show
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Many rap beefs are long forgotten, but one that we'll always remember is Mac Miller Vs. Donald Trump. While it's been a few years since Trump decided to start picking on "Little Mac Miller" after Mac called him a dickhead in an interview, Trump has been quite the hot topic these days, so Mac got a chance to revisit his feud in the latest episode of the Nightly Show.
Mac Miller On Larry King
Mac Miller On Larry King
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Mac Miller had the opportunity to be interviewed by Larry King, as he promote his anticipated new album GO:OD AM. The album is due out on September 18th, and the rapper has been selective about his promotional tools-- he did pay a visit to the Breakfast Club, and he's done a few podcasts. 
Mac Miller Guests In "Whitely Show" Comedy Sketch
Mac Miller Guests In "Whitely Show" Comedy Sketch
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Mac Miller has a brand new single out, but his appearance on "The Whitely Show" focused less about his music and more about... being white. Don't worry, it's a joke! The parody finds Mac getting uncomfortable as a host asks him if he'll ever be as good as Vanilla Ice, and whether he can actually name a good rapper who isn't Jewish (Tupac and Future were not accepted as answers). Meanwhile, Mac just dropped his new single, "Break The Law" earlier in the week, which (like the first) has received a great reaction. Y'all excited for his new album?
Mac Miller On The Breakfast Club
Mac Miller On The Breakfast Club
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Mac Miller has been noticeably absent from our lives, as he's taken his time to prep his third studio album, Good A.M. With the album's release date announced and the first single "100 Grandkids" out now, Mac has paid a visit to The Breakfast Club in NYC.
Mac Miller "100 Grandkids" Video
Mac Miller "100 Grandkids" Video
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The week just keeps getting better for Mac Miller fans. Yesterday he announced that his new album, Good A.M., will be dropping September 18, and now today he follows that up with the lead single from it titled “100 Grandkids,” which arrives in visual form.