Mac Miller’s Music Has Many Faces, He Displays Some New Ones (Mixtape)

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Mac Miller seemingly never stops recording music. Now independent, the Pittsburgh native MC/producer maintains his free reign on releasing product. Over the holiday weekend, M.M. unleashed Faces. Largely self-produced 24 tracks feature some predictable collaborations like Vince Staples, ScHoolboy Q, and Sir Michael Rocks, along with some edgy expansions, including Rick Ross and Mike Jones. Miller’s ongoing drug experimentation is a major theme of the album, as well as the MC touching on isolation, industry freedom, and his vast influences, across media:



With Faces, came the launch of Miller’s oldjewish web platform, which is like nothing you may expect from a Rap artist.

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