As reported by OnSMASH, Mac Miller just announced the release date for his upcoming Watching Movies With The Sound Off album via a live Ustream session. The full-length project will consist of 16 official tracks and three bonus cuts, and is scheduled to drop on June 18th.
This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 25 most played, focusing on those that stood out and left room for discussion.
Mac Miller kept extremely quiet about his upcoming album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off, after he announced the title this past October. He finally showed signs that the album is indeed coming to fruition, when he dropped the first single, "SDS," last week.
There's quite a bit of repetition in the game these days, and specific lyrics tend to get overlooked. This is an opportunity to take a closer listen and really consider what these artists have to say. We encourage your opinions.
Mac Miller's "Donald Trump" has had its fair share of trouble. First, the song's namesake, Donald Trump, seemed pleased with the track, and praised Mac for it, then he switched up his tone completely and wanted to sue Mac over it.
There's quite a bit of repetition in the game these days, and specific lyrics tend to get overlooked (with the exception of select Tyler, The Creator references). This is an opportunity to take a closer listen and really consider what these artists have to say. We encourage your opinions.
The line-up for the sixth annual Soundset Festival has been announced. The festival is presented by Rhymesayers Entertainment and Rose Presents and features a slew of ranging hip-hop acts. Headlining the event are Atmosphere and Snoop Dogg, along with Tech N9ne and Mac Miller.
Lil Wayne may not be speaking “foreign money like a European dude” as soon as European fans had hoped. Back in December, Tunechi announced that he was planning a worldwide tour in an effort to promote his upcoming I Am Not A Human Being II album.
Dissecting the foibles of the hip hop community as expressed in under 140 characters on Twitter. Not just used as a device to flood people's timelines with your new track, album, video, or clothing line, sometimes rappers truly channel the unfiltered interaction with fans.
There's quite a bit of repetition in the game these days. Generally, specific lyrics tend to get overlooked (with the exception of Lil' Wayne's recent Emmett Till controversy). This is an opportunity to take a closer listen and really consider what these artists have to say. We encourage your opinions.
This past summer Mac
Miller was faced with a $10 million lawsuit from Lord Finesse for beat-jacking
his tune on “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza” which appeared on his hit K.I.D.S.
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