Mac Miller ft. Ab-Soul – All The Time

Chuck Inglish drops this Mac Miller and Ab-Soul collaboration from his stash.

Props: AO

Previously: Mac Miller – Doodling In The Key of C Sharp


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12 Responses to “Mac Miller ft. Ab-Soul – All The Time”

  1. rex hussla Says:

    Dag Savage >>>>

    Johaz and Mr Brady >>>>San Diego shit

  2. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    A prediction….

    This rap beef between those two blog-rap bitches > beef between Meek & Cassidy.

  3. rex hussla Says:

    That meant to read: San Diego shit >>>>>>>

    R.I.P. nah

  4. rex hussla Says:

    Half of that Rare Chandeliers >>>>>>>

    That track with Styles P >>>>>

  5. rex hussla Says:

    Ab Soul <<<>>>

    Kinda dope…but some of it is teetering on wackness

    Dude really thinks he’s the shit though, and the kids loved him when I saw him [ll]

  6. S.I.C.K Says:

    Chilling with grandma in cobble hill nursing home.Being elderly sucks horse ass.

  7. rex hussla Says:

    Amp…you still do album reviews? Somebody needs to do those and put some thought into them [ll]

  8. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Amp…you still do album reviews? Somebody needs to do those and put some thought into them [ll]
    ^^^^

    I review every album I listen to, I just stopped writing em down lol.

    Don’t have the time like I used to, but I still think about writing/blogging every now & then.

    I have an epic review in my head for Long.Live.A$AP & Finally Rich & how they are basically two sides of the same coin.

    I might have to actually publish that one.

  9. rex hussla Says:

    I thought the A$AP album was pretty dope first couple listens…I saw most people were kinda underwhelmed

  10. rex hussla Says:

    How many times do you listen to an album when you review it?

    I read a writer’s take on doing reviews…he said he forced himself to listen to the album front to back 5 times with no skipping (that shit could be tough) and then wrote his review. Listened to it one last time and then revised the review.

    It’s gotta be tough nowadays because half the album is out there way in advance…so it’s hard to review an album as a whole when you’ve already played out 2 or 3 of the tracks by the time it’s released.

  11. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    How many times do you listen to an album when you review it?
    ^^^^

    As many times as it takes to pinpoint the highlights & lows & get an overall theme for the review.

    I like to write as I listen to an album, revising it as I discover new things or think of different ways to articulate how I feel about a song or a verse or the overall theme.

    But those leaks do change how I interpret a song in the general context of an album. Sometimes those songs don’t fit into the album when you listen to it because they are no longer fresh. Other times, they fit right in & don’t detract from the overall listening experience. Those are the signs of a good single, one that was first heard months ago but still fit neatly into place with all the other songs.

    Keef’s album is a perfect example. I’d heard a quarter of the album a while ago but everything fits into place sonically/thematically. But Keef is kinda limited anyway & Chop did most of the album so that makes perfect sense.

  12. spitta Says:

    songs good hands down. rap needs more of this. only thing that brags about money is the hook.. other than that the lyrics have good meaning

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