In this interview for Fader TV, Mac Miller and Vince Staples discuss style, their growing friendship, and what it's like working together. Catch Vince spit a hot freestyle at the end of the video and ask Mac if he thinks Jay Z gets senior discounts.
Michigan Hip Hop artist, Headline, just released a new single off his upcoming mixtape "Captions." The single is named "4TheLove" and it has a nice classic vibe to it similar to his last EP, Headliner EP. Of course we couldn't have made this possible without the amazing work of Producer, Young Musto.
The early estimate for 1st week album sales dating at June 18th are in, via HDD (Billboard's official numbers tomorrow). This was hip hop's biggest week of 2013 so far, and to no one's real surprise, Kanye West Yeezus takes the #1 spot. 328K with no radio single or traditional album push (and the leak on the Friday before certainly held those numbers back). Right on 'Ye's heels is J. Cole with an impressive 297K sold and in a distant third, but with a respectable 101K, Mac Miller. What do you guys think of the first week sales?
Los Angeles rapper Vince Staples has done it again with his newest project, "Stolen Youth." The entire mixtape is produced by Mac Miller's alter ego, Larry Fisherman. The 10 tracks feature Ab-Soul, Schoolboy Q, Mac Miller, Joey Fatts, Dash and Hardo.
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Here's MySpace's trendy way to announce its return — a commercial of a wide range of well-known musicians having fun! That's why you see Chicago's Chance The Rapper reppin' in the thumbnail on the homepage, as he is joined by the likes of Pharrell, Mac Miller, Riff Raff, Ciara, Hit-Boy, Schoolboy Q, and more. Fun commercial that represents the brand's new essence. Let's see if it carries over to return the social platform to a level where it once was. MySpace.com — I'll be with you in checking it out.