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Mac Miller, “Avian”

​Mac is in Guru Mode. Latest video from Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Watch

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Mac Miller feat. Delusional Thomas, “The Star Room”

​Mac visits the dark side of his psyche. Latest from Watching Movies with the Sound Off. Watch

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Mac Miller feat. Niki Randa, “I am Who Am (Killin’ Time)”

​Joining Mac on melody duties is FlyLo collaborator Niki Randa, lending her airy angelic vocals to complement Mac’s rapid-fire flow. New from Watching Movies… Watch

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Mac Miller feat. ScHoolboy Q, “Gees”

​The leading contender for this year’s “Most Improved Rapper” award (not actually a real award) is hanging out Cali with Q, dropping sneers and sarcastic… Watch

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Mac Miller, “S.D.S.” Live on Fallon

Mac Miller adopts a bit of Jamaican patois into his voice for this rendition with The Roots, whose interpretation of FlyLo’s backing track is faithful but nicely… Watch

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Statik Selektah feat. Sean Price, Mac Miller, “21 & Over”

​Statik Selektah is a perennial Boston hip-hop figure, but it seems he’s booking his way out and going national on a jet. Sean Price and Mac Miller lends a… Watch

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Mac Miller, S.D.S.

​Flying Lotus produces a track for Mac to hang his humble brags on. Mac Miller’s upcoming new album is called Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Watch

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Pac Div feat. Mac Miller, Raven Sorvino, “Black Acura”

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Sir Michael Rocks feat. Casey Veggies, Mac Miller, “Great”

Not the most realistic looking house party, but the beat’s nice and the video shoot sure looked like fun. Off of Mikey’s Lap of Lux. Watch

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Mac Miller, “He Who Ate All The Caviar”

This is how Mac does it when he goes stir crazy at home and starts goofing off, apparently, with the homie Paddington Bear. Watch

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RTB 2012: Mac Miller and J. Cole at dusk

As the sun sets in the Pacific, the buildup to the day’s finale starts with twentysomething wonders Mac Miller and J. Cole. Read

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Rock The Bells 2012’s (youthful) lineup and dates announced

It wasn’t so long ago that Rock The Bells was a revivalist show, about reliving the past. I mean, hell, the name: “Rock the Bells”. Last year’s edition was all… Read

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Ms. Lauryn Hill and Nas to headline Rock the Bells 2011

Guerilla Union has announced this year’s Rock the Bells Festival lineup, which will tour with stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Boston. As… Read