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On the same day that Interscope apparently dropped Chief Keef, Mac Miller announced that he's signed to Warner Bros., for a deal that's reportedly worth $10 million. You will not find a better…   Read Story »
A few months ago, the onetime frat-rap pariah Mac Miller released Faces, the mixtape that displayed his full evolution into a fascinating force of head-blown stoner-rap self-doubt. Miller's video for…   Read Story »
Black Hippy colleagues Ab-Soul and Schoolboy Q mostly get together to make supremely zooted party anthems, and "Hunnid Stax," from Ab-Soul's new album These Days..., certainly fits the bill. Director…   Read Story »
Schoolboy Q recently showed up on one track from Mac Miller's surprisingly great recent mixtape Faces, and now we get to hear them on a track together again. Miller just shared "Melt," a Q/Miller…   Read Story »
Riff Raff's long-in-the-works debut album Neon Icon is only a week and a half away from release, and we've already heard the early singles "How To Be The Man" and "Kokayne." But the new Mac Miller…   Read Story »
I was really enjoying hating Mac Miller. He was so much fun to hate. Here was this annoying bemused-goon Bob Marley poster-type motherfucker who came out of nowhere and rode the Wiz Khalifa wave to…   Read Story »
It's been more than a year now since we were first forced to take Mac Miller seriously, but it still feels weird. Nevertheless, the onetime frat-rap pariah is now a firmly entrenched part of that…   Read Story »
A nice thing about Earl Sweatshirt: He is perfectly capable of dropping new music on us at any moment, and even if that music is a stoned-friends-fucking-around outtake, it'll be well worth hearing.…   Read Story »
Look, I tried to ignore this; I really did. But the streets demanded it. (The streets, in this case, are represented by Scott Lapatine, my boss.) Mac Miller, the frat-rap doofus who became a…   Read Story »
Chicago-based retro-rappers the Cool Kids returned earlier this week with two new songs, "Computer School" and "Chop." And now Chuck Inglish, one half of the duo, is about to release his solo debut…   Read Story »