Mac Miller – Macadelic

March 25, 2012

According to the Pittsburgh native, Macadelic is inspired by “love, drugs, and the search for euphoria.”

Joining Miller on his Macadelic journey are Cam’ron, Casey Veggies, Juicy J, Kendrick Lamar, Lil’ Wayne, and Sir Michael Rocks.  Production comes courtesy of Black Diamond, Brandun Deshay, Cardo, Clams Casino, Hannibal King, ID Labs, Iman Omari, Lex Luger, Ritz Reynolds, Sap, Teddy Roxpin, and Wally Wes.

01. Love Me As I Have Loved You (prod. Ritz Reynolds) 02. Desperado (prod. ID Labs) 03. Loud (prod. ID Labs) 04. Thoughts From A Balcony (prod. Sap) 05. Aliens Fighting Robots (feat. Sir Michael Rocks) (prod. Brandun Deshay) 06. Vitamins (prod. ID Labs) 07. Fight The Feeling (feat. Kendrick Lamar & Iman Omari) (prod. Iman Omari) 08. Lucky Ass @*#$! (feat. Juicy J) (prod. Lex Luger) 09. The Mourning After (prod. Two Fresh) 10. 1 Threw 8 (prod. Black Diamond) 11. Ignorant (feat. Cam’ron) (prod. Cardo) 12. The Question (feat. Lil Wayne) (prod. Wally West & ID Labs) 13. Angels (When She Shuts Her Eyes) (prod. Clams Casino) 14. Sunlight (feat. Iman Omari) (prod. Teddy Roxpin) 15. Clarity (prod. ID Labs & Ritz Reynolds) 16. America (feat. Casey Veggies & Joey Bada$$) (prod. Hannibal King) 17. @*#$! ‘Em All (prod. ID Labs)

1. Do It 4 The Green (Feat. Dash And Retch) 3:28
2. Fly By (Feat. Currensy) 3:09
3. Heaven Is (Feat. C Plus) 3:04
4. Gentlemens Quarterly (Feat. Stalley) 3:20
5. Living It Up (Feat. Mikey Rocks And Trademark Da Skydiver) 3:16
6. Fly High (Feat. Smoke DZA And Terri Walker) 2:49
7. Hip Hop And Love (Feat. Murs And Tabi Bonney) 3:02
8. City Lights (Feat. Najee) 3:32
9. On (Feat. Sam Adams And Olamide Faison) 3:01
10. Time Goes (Feat. Mac Miller) 3:21
11. Thank God (Feat. Rugz D. Bewler) 3:25


We knew Mac Miller and Camron were in the studio together and now Mac gives us the finished product.


Off Mac’s upcoming mixtape 92 Til Infinity hosted by Jazzy Jeff.



Rapper Mac Miller comments on possibly signing to a major label, says he’s waiting for things to settle down.

Earlier today (August 26) Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller made his first appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club to speak on everything from his relationship with fellow rapper Wiz Khalifa to comparisons to Eminem.

When asked if he planned on signing to a major label anytime soon Miller revealed that he has no immediate plans to do so and is waiting for things to settle a bit before he makes any major decisions.

“I mean I’m waiting for it to slow down you know. Like for right now things are just building so crazy that I don’t really even know what’s going on,” Mac Miller explained. “Like things are just crazy on the independent level where I just wanna see how far we can take it.”

The rapper then went on to describe his relationship with fell Rostrum Records artist Wiz Khalifa and how it’s a lot less business related than people might think.

“We’re both signed to Rostrum, but I’m not signed to him so I do my own thing and he does his. It’s more just like being homies,” said Miller. “There’s no business aspect of it. We can do music together…I wanna put myself in a place where when we make songs it’s like I’m bringing my fan base to the table and he’s bringing his so we have our own separate thing going on.”

Miller later spoke on Donald Trump referring to him as the next Eminem and how he came to expect the comparisons.

“He definitely thought he was like the coolest from that. He was like, ‘There’s a Hip Hop song called ‘Donald Trump’?’…But people were all mad about him calling me the new Eminem,” he explained. “And I was like first of all how are you taking this man’s words so seriously? It’s Donald Trump. I mean who really cares…Here’s the thing, for me I don’t really care what the whole comparison thing is because I expected that. When I started rapping people were like, ‘Oh, so you’re gonna be the next Eminem?’ I was like, ‘No, I’m just gonna be me.’”

Nardwuar does his Q&A thing with Mac Miller.



The up-and-comer explains that even though they haven’t collaborated much in the past, they’ll join forces in the future.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania rapper Mac Miller is gearing up to drop his label backed debut Blue Slide Park after releasing several mixtapes in the past few years, and he’s determined to blow up on his own merits. 

During an interview with BET, the 19-year-old explained why he hasn’t released any recent collaborations with Rostrum Records labelmate Wiz Khalifa. “We have one from awhile ago, but we don’t want to start doing stuff like that until I’ve got to a place where it makes sense,” he explained. “I would hate to look back at my career, I would hate to even be sitting on top of the game and be killing everything and selling millions and millions of record and feeling like I didn’t really do it.

“Not to say that Wiz and I aren’t gonna make any music in the future, because we’ll obviously make good music together but that’s not really our main focus,” he continued. “People are gonna talk and say ‘Oh Wiz is popping, so now all of a sudden Mac’s popping.’ And it really means a lot to me that people understand that I’m trying to do Mac Miller.”

Watch the full clip below.

Mac unleashed a new freestyle on Twitter yesterday to celebrate hitting 300K followers.

Mac Miller- People Under the Stairs