Because I’m getting weirdly excited for Mac Miller‘s debut album, Blue Side Park, I thought I’d throw up a truly nice video of Maq Diesel kicking it with everyone’s favorite radio host, Cosmic Kev. At around the 2:00 minute mark, he stops reading off of his iPad and starts to go off of the top, actually spilling some nice rhymes in the process. Again, weirdly excited for the release. The date is November 8th, folks. I’m going to try and catch him in Madison in about a month….should be a good show!
I don’t know if any of you listen to Smoke DZA, but I just recently got this track from a buddy of mine and am loving it. Off of Smoke’s April release of The Hustlers’ Catalog, Always Been is a smooth-sailing beat produced by the talented Big K.R.I.T and features a verse by every 16 year old girl’s new favorite rapper, Mac Miller.
As you can see by his name and album cover, dude smokes a decent amount of grass. To each, his own. Everyone has their marketing plan.
Last night Mac released his first track off of his upcoming album Blue Slide Park. Like all of Mac’s ish, Frick Park Market is a fun track you can get down to. The music video is super jokes and a pretty cool concept. This kind of reminds me of Blue Scholars’ Fou Lee (which was a song about their local food market in Seattle). You gotta put it down for your favorite place to grub. I should follow the trend and drop a track bout Gordo’s…shouts to my #Berkeleyfolk
Mac Miller released this track to celebrate his 600,000 twitter followers. It’s a solid track where Mac just spits some bars for his fans over an E. Dan production. He recently announced the name of his first album, Blue Slide Park. Being his first album, there is a lot of sentimental meaning behind the title. Blue Slide Park refers to the place he and his friends used to hang out as kids; when he got older it grew into the place where they would go drink/smoke. In an interview he mentioned, “it’s a spot for a lot of people’s first memories”. I also tossed in a track Mac put out to celebrate reaching 300,000 followers where he spits over the famous track by People Under The Stairs, Acid Rain Drops.
Just A Kid
People Under The Stairs (300k)