Mac Miller Draws The Masses In With Diablo (Video)

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In the realm of 2014, Mac Miller’s Faces is one of the supreme releases, a free mixtape at that. Within the look, “Diablo” is especially moving. Mac, who’s in the midst of a creative, cerebral surge since relocating to California and embracing his mid-twenties, can still draw major crowds.

“Diablo” finds Miller and his Most Dope family reaching out and touching the fans in the streets of L.A. Bringing the ice cream truck and all, Mac hits the pocket over that Duke Ellington & John Coltrane loop that his homie Talib Kweli once rocked on alongside Asheru & Blue Black, and shows you the “face” of his mind:

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