Mac Miller Strikes Back, With Bars That Slash His Recent Silence (Audio)

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For nearly six months, Mac Miller has been unusually quiet. The Most Dope front man has a new label home, production work, recording responsibilities, and plenty of material to let marinate on the minds of Hip-Hop Heads. “Boo (Interlude)” emerges from this quiet, reminding the world that the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native is fast at work, always improving his craft.

On a timeless drum arrangement, Mac (as alter-ego Larry Fisherman) slides right into his stream of consciousness, cleverly revealing all that’s on his mind, from sobriety to sex, music to money. The rhymes are slick, and the gold-certified artist appears to riding his creative wave to the next locale.

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