Mac Miller drops off a mellow banger with his latest offering, “Diablo.” Produced by Mac’s alter ego Larry Fisherman, the track finds Miller effortlessly spittin’ a number of introspective bars over a catchy piano loop. This one’s definitely got a raw vibe as Miller holds up his end of things from behind the microphone and delivers a sick loosie for the fans.
Currently headlining the Space Migration Tour, Pittsburgh’s Mac Miller sits down with Hard Knock TV and takes the opportunity to open up on a number of personal topics. Miller reveals he found himself in a “dark space” during his previous Macadellic tour and plagued by the idea that he was possibly on his way out. However, Mac reassures fans he’s in a better place now and gives insight behind some of his aliases like Larry Fisherman and Larry Lovestein. The MTV reality star also discusses his pop collaboration with Ariana Grande, his music maturing and his methods used for dealing with fame.
Rising talent Vince Staples combines forces with Mac Miller (aka Larry Fisherman) for his debut project Stolen Youth. Fisherman takes control on the production end while Los Angeles artist Vince Staples does his thing on the microphone. The 10-song track boasts features from the likes of Ab-Soul, ScHoolboy Q, Joey Fatts, Mac Miller and Dash. Take a listen to the youngin’ do his thing by clicking HERE to preview and download the album.
Los Angeles rapper Vince Staples releases a new track with “Killin’ Y’all” to give fans a treat of what’s to come on his upcoming collaborative project with Mac Miller who will serve up production under his alias Larry Fisherman. Stolen Youth will not only offer up Vince’s introduction to the rap game but will also showcase Mac Miller’s production skills for the entirety of the album. Take a listen below to “Killin’ Y’all” which also features a solid verse from TDE artist Ab-Soul.
Ab-Soul dropped this new track a little while ago via his official twitter. Take a listen to “The End Is Near” with production from Larry Fisherman and a feature from Mac Miller. FYI that’s the same person for those of you who otherwise weren’t aware. Enjoy.
Ab-Soul and Short Dawg link up with Mac Miller aka Larry Fisherman for “Bubble Gum Blues”. Take a listen on the stream below courtesy of Mr. Fisherman’s soundcloud.
Mac Miller comes through and drops off the dope new record for the fans featuring Prodigy on a guest verse. As always, when Alchemist’s name is attached to something you know it’s going to be a banger. Mac Miller’s alter ego “Larry Fisherman” also had a hand in the creation of this one. Link below via the good folks over at Audio Smack