Mac is back. After the release of his positively received "Faces" EP in 2014, Mac graces us with the first drop from his newly announced "GO:OD AM" album, that is slated for a September 18th release. Under the name of "100 Grandkids" Mac incorporates some jazz elements with some funky additions in classic Mac Miller fashion.
"I put the hero in heroin" - Mac Miller - 100 GrandkidsThe track itself is a welcomed addition to Mac's ever expansive library, and starts off with some vintage sounds, something reminiscent of an old-school game show. Before long the beat jumps right in allowing Mac's lyrical prowess to trample all over the beat, produced by the legendary Sha Money XL. With some hints of Bad Boy in the hook, Mac is at the top of his game for the lead single from his long awaited third album. As far as the visuals go, immediately you'll notice the viewer is a part of the crowd, watching an odd live performance by Mac himself and a crowd of live performers. Mac's creativity and imagination has never been lacking, creating an entertaining viewing experience for anyone who has the pleasure of watching this visual. Classic Mac. Mac's third album "GO:OD AM." is slated for a September 18th release, and the world is sitting eagerly for the follow up to the impressive "Watching Movies With The Sound Off". If you're up to pre-order this album, head over to HaveAGoodAM, and if you're really feeling it, you can pre-order his breakfast special, which includes: a breakfast special edition CD, the "GO:OD" AM digital album, "100 Grandkids" digital single, one serving of "GO:OD AM" cereal, a plastic cereal bowl, and a surprise item. I know what I'm ordering.