Mac Miller released visuals for "I Am Who I Am (Killin' Time)" yesterday. This is the newest video from Watching Movies With The Sound Off and the video for this is fantastic just like everything else we've seen from Mac this year. This track is a prime example of Mac Miller growing as an artist and as a person. The video reflects the track well with Mac Miller almost appearing to be in a meditative state. The lyrics are are revealing, introspective and Mac gives us his perspective on his career and life. Check out the video below!
Mac Miller joins forces with funk band The Internet for "The Space Migration Sessions". The videos feature Mac performing the songs "S.D.S." and "Objects in The Mirror" from his upcoming album Watching Movies With The Sound Off. "S.D.S." was the first single released in April and almost sounds like a completely new song when performed with drums and guitars. In "Objects In The Mirror", Mac Miller shows off his talents as a singer and we're not complaining. It is not often that we see rappers perform alongside a live band and this collaboration is an excellent example of Mac's versatility and ability to create music that stands apart from the crowd. Remember to pick up Watching Movies with the Sound Off dropping June 18 and watch the videos below.
Mac Miller just dropped a funky new visual from his upcoming album Watching Movies With The Sound Off, titled "S.D.S" or "Somebody Do Something". Depicted as a super hero, with powers formed through a lab experiment gone wrong and his trusty bulldog sidekick to aid him, Mac fights off the evil villain Red Dot while flowing over a spacey Flying Lotus production. My bet's are placed on Mac for this one. Take a look at our recent interview with Mac Miller, which he talks about his upcoming album if you haven't already and make sure to purchase "S.D.S" on Itunes.