After being unfamiliar with Mac Miller and his music prior to his untimely passing, Chris Robinson dives into the uncanny relatability in Mac's album Swimming, and how it's a body of work that he's able to attach to his life at any given moment.
Yousef Srour makes his Rap-Up debut to write about a highlight off of LUCKI's newest project, a bar-heavy Mac Miller B-Side, the greatest posse cut of the 2010s and more.
In this excerpt from Donna-Claire's "The Book of Mac," some of Mac Miller's closest friends and collaborators detail the creation and impact of 2013's "Watching Movies With the Sound Off."
Will Hagle explores the final tracks by artists before their untimely deaths.
Steven Louis commemorates the life and career of the late Pittsburgh rapper/producer.
New joints from Alchemist, iLoveMakonnen, Slim Thug, and more.
Mac Miller drops his first major label album, aided by Tyler the Creator, Thundercat, Lil B and Chief Keef,
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Jonah Bromwich will house you. There’s no doubt that Mac Miller changed his public image last year, but that fact alone shouldn’t be enough to condemn him.  You’ll remember that Mac originally emerged from the woodwork praising rap’s golden age and rapping over the likes of Pete Rock and Primo.  It was nice, sweet, cringeworthy, […]
When your album cover features two half-naked Asian girls in various states of duress and vomiting, you might imagine that a lot will get glossed over. Bronson plays the Bam Bam Bigelow pro wrestler role well. He understands what it takes to become a star in rap circa 2013. You need a larger than life […]