Mac is no Michael Phelps when it comes to swimming but then again neither are we.
Mac sits in on a synchronized swimming session in his new video for the GO:OD AM track “Clubhouse,” which is a production by GP4k, a new parternship between Go Pro and Pitchfork. Previously: Mac Miller – Brand Name
The Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller released his impressive GO:OD AM album last week, and we’ve already posted his videos for “100 Grandkids” and “Brand Name.” Today, he gives us a third video, a fun and inventive clip for the loping album track “Clubhouse.” This one is some sort of collaboration between Pitchfork and GoPro, and […]
Pitchfork and GoPro are proud to announce GP4K, a new video series captured exclusively with the GoPro HERO4 Black. Over the next several months, Pitchfork will curate and produce a series of eight videos that reimagine the way GoPros are used in the context of live music. Show More Summary
Chase touches down in Brooklyn to perform at the Source 360 Block Party in his latest vlog. Previously: Mac Miller & Chase N. Cashe – Speed Racer
The rapper's got a new home in a new zip code, a new album and record deal, and a new lease on life.
Mac's winning streak continues with the Chase N. Cashe-produced track.
As he prepares to head out on tour with Mac Miller, Alexander spit drops off a new record called “Tequila Mockingbird,” featuring Chidi Himself. Do you see what he did with that title? Because I do. Previously: Aaron Cohen ft. Alexander Spit – Booyakah (Video)
Mac Miller implores you to “pick up the pace!” on “Speed Racer,” a new loosie produced by Chase N. Cashe. Grab Mac’s new album GO:OD AM now, and look out for Chase to drop The Heir Up There 2 next month. Previously: Krondon & Chase N. Cashe – Couple Dolla$ (Video)
Miller previews his upcoming full-scale tour behind GO:OD AM.
Mac Miller has reinvented himself better than many other rappers out there. Listeners were introduced to the Pittsburgh native by his poppy, stoner-friendly K.I.D.S. and Best Day Ever mixtapes. He boasted lush production but little in the way of subject matter, and he was often labeled as "frat rap... Continue reading…
Thing start off kinda Mad Men and end up a little Truman Show.
Mac Miller dropped his latest LP GO:OD AM in September, and on Friday, the Pittsburgh rapper unveiled his new video for the album cut "Brand Name." Like the rapper's "100 Grandkids" video, Miller once again finds himself cursing in front of children, but this time, he's portraying the father in a multiracial family trapped in...
Today, Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller releases his seriously impressive new album GO:OD AM, and he also follows up his video for first single “100 Grandkids” with a new one for “Brand Name.” On that song, he talks openly about his place in the world, and the video is similarly introspective, in its own way. In […]
Mac Miller celebrates the release his album GO:OD AM by debuting the official video for “Brand Name”. Purchase the album on iTunes. Previously: Mac Miller Talks Donald Trump on The Nightly Show
A dense, complex work from a guy who used to rely on corny hooks.
Being a white rapper is hard. In a way, white rappers experience what most people of color experience on a daily basis: the need to be “twice as good,” the constant doubt of whether you belong or if you’re only there because of the color of your skin. Show More Summary