Mac Miller Compares 100 Grandkids To A Hundred Grand (Video)

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Mac Miller has been more careful to release product than at any time in the last five years. However, the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania MC/producer is definitely hard at work. “100 Grandkids,” his formal re-entry confirms as much. The showman uses a school-production musical theme to show his versatility in another stream-of-consciousness moment, filled with deft rapping. As he has on the mic, Mac plays many parts. The Most Dope leader teams with former G-Unit President Sha Money XL (who started out producing for Cormega, Tragedy Khadafi, and others) in a song that stands apart from Mac’s 2013-2014 material.

Miller discusses his mother’s dreams of being a grandmother countered with his own ambitions in a song that may seem silly based on its video, but is rooted in heavy realities for the 2010s star.

Do you like this new sonic approach from Mac?

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