Mac Miller & His Multiple Personalities Show Up For A Dreamy, Supernatural Affair (Audio)

Mac Miller’s contributions to “Creatures of the Night,” an ambitious track that sounds like it could belong to an album from the Gorillaz, make it one of those joints that Heads and Hip-Hop novices can all dig their musical heels into. The track is actually a single from Njomza, a Chicago-based siren who also enlisted the help of Delusional Thomas and producers Larry Fisherman & Random Black Dude. Mac Miller fans will recognize the names of Delusional Thomas and Larry Fisherman because, well, they’re both Mac Miller. The former is the pseudonym he used on a 2013 mixtape of the same title, and the latter is his go-to record producer alias.

Despite their similarities biologically, the 3 manifest themselves in very unique ways, catalyzed by Njomza’s eerie vocals as the two beckon for all the spooky, nocturnal spirits around them to join in on the fun. Delusional Thomas’ verse is particularly dark, reminiscent of one of the edgier Gnarls Barkley album cuts from St. Elsewhere. Released ostensibly to coincide with Halloween, the song is a laid-back groove that works all year round and is a great addition for Heads seeking an unexpected, left-of-center addition to any playlist. Press play.

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