Mac Miller Drops His Original, Unreleased Version Of “The Star Room” (Audio)

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On June 18th, a date that marked the one year anniversary of the release of Watching Movies With The Sound Off, Mac Miller unleashed the original version of his introductory track, “The Star Room.”

Originally produced by Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt, the track boasts soft, ethereal vocals in the style of a harmonious cuckoo clock that is quite astray from the wavy, guitar ridden production released on the album.

In addition to the release of his “O.G.” edition of “The Star Room,” Mac let loose a trippy, Pete Rock-produced cut with friend and Top Dawg Entertainment affiliate Schoolboy Q for the previously unreleased cut, “Melt.”

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