FEATURE: In The Lab with Mac Miller

Sure, Mac Miller raps, but he’s also building a reputation for himself as one of the most talented and prolific young producers working today. A notorious studio rat, Mac made the industry stand up and take notice when his independently released commercial debut Blue Slide Park reached the top of the Billboard 200 upon it’s release in 2011.

With his follow up full length, Watching Movies With The Sound Off, just days away, we caught up with Mac to pick his brain about his home studio setup, recording session essentials, his writing and recording process, working with heavyweights like Pharrell and why his collaboration with Jay Electronica almost didn’t make the album.

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21 Responses to “FEATURE: In The Lab with Mac Miller”

  1. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    keep up the features

    thats 3 for 3 now

  2. Gob Bluth Says:

    building a reputation for himself as one of the most talented and prolific young producers working today

    ^

    ???

  3. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    F YOU PAY ME! Says:
    June 14th, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    Coke used to be cool to sniff

    When water beds was in….you wake up wit a lil bitch she hand u the china you do a line

    I never did coke…jus makin a observation

    ================

    i see coke as a females drug

    i think coke should be left for chicks to snort

    or rub on they gums

  4. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:
    June 14th, 2013 at 2:42 pm

    Harlem World: My Hoe$ They Do Drug$
    1 min ago
    we smoke and drink – all night
    hungover cus we hung out

    ^they shoulda kept goin!

    Had 16 pt 2 on repeat yday he need to finish that asap

    ===================

    love that track

    16 switches and the hangover

  5. Free J Says:

    Fuvk what a hater say… I DID NOT like Mac miller but saw some features and liked the single I heard.

    His cd better than j cole’s. his production is better and he makes music for druggies.

    I like j cole cd but a lot of his beats be soundin unfinished

  6. Free J Says:

    Cocaine is too expensive to be lastin 15 minutes. Yea u can keep sniffing but after the initial high u jus numb wit the occasional head tingling feeling (nhjic)

  7. Gob Bluth Says:

    Upper middle class jewish white kid, had everything one could ever ask for in life, all the advantages in the world, coulda been anything but he chose to imitate The Black man

    & niggas say we aint Gods

  8. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    blurred lines is one of them songs

    that comes on

    and all the drunk chicks start tryna recreate the video (with clothes on)

    this is where a nicca can bag somethin

    use the track to your advantage

    pharrell tryna show you the way

  9. Free J Says:

    & niggas say we aint Gods

    ^^^

    Psssh… Me and Apollo was talkin the other day. I told him how me and Hermes ran laps around the sun. OBVIOUSLY I lost tho… Good race tho

  10. Casket Face Says:

    Mac Miller is consistent, consistency is the key…and being Jewish.
    I have yet to meet a unsuccessful Jewish rapper …a broke Jew period.

  11. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    i dont listen to hip hop

    not at all

    strictly penthouse raps, vice life raps

    and neptunes/pharrell tracks

    vintage classics too

  12. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    like yeezus for example

    thats not my lane

    i just wanna hear the keef and king l tracks

  13. Free J Says:

    strictly penthouse raps, vice life raps
    ^^^

    Then check out Mac. All the features made sense too.

  14. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    i fuc with robin thicke

    white man

    with black wife

    and black friends

    makin black music

    nhjic

  15. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    This what im talkin bout Eskay

    I see ya

    Keep this shit up….brand it tho

    Why not start a NahRight Youtubr Channel n film these interviews…you got access to artists the views would b crazy

    Good shit homie

  16. The Architek Says:

    idk why hip hop decided to latch on to Ye to lead us into the future

    should have been Pharrell

    NERD albums, for all their flaws, have always been more daring, and coherent, and spectacular than Ye albums

  17. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    Free J Says:
    June 14th, 2013 at 2:51 pm

    strictly penthouse raps, vice life raps
    ^^^

    Then check out Mac. All the features made sense too.

    ===================

    he got a great ear for beats

    and he been payin homage to big l since day 1

    and he doin an rp with pharrell goat

  18. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    Yall kno how i feel

    I dont like white rappers whatsoever

    Leave my culture the fuck alone

  19. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    ep > rp

    (ll)

  20. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    @harlem

    I dig ya

    I like that hip hop shit too tho

    The roc marcianos…freddie gibbs type shit

    But i also fuck wit the penthouse the doms spittas mikeys

  21. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    Id labs

    Thelonious Martin

    2 of the best in the game right now imo

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