Mac Miller “Faces” Mixtape Download & Stream
Mac Miller releases his Official Mixtape Faces, Presented by REMember Music. The 24-track tape has Features from Schoolboy Q, Rick Ross, Earl Sweatshirt, Sir Michael Rocks, Mike Jones, Da$h & Vince Staples.
Mac Miller follows up on his promise and drops a mixtape titled Faces. This tape serves as the first of many releases in 2014 since his departure from his former label. This project holds 24 tracks with features from Earl Sweatshirt, Mike Jones, Rick Ross, Schoolboy Q, Vince Staples and more.
Faces features Mac Miller spitting introspective lyrics about his day to day as a Pittsburgh rapper traversing fame while living on the West Coast. He raps about drug-induced hallucinations, partying and just plain old having a good time. Just as mixtapes have shaped Miller’s career (this is his 11th), defining his life journey and evolution as a wordsmith, Faces shows his introspective, ruminating over his drug use, fame and past.
The mixtape is available on Mac‘s site, oldjewish.com, where you can basically make any (virtual) sandwich you want. He also released a video explaining the concept behind Old Jewish and the new release, shouting out Rick Rubin, among other people. “Faces is simply from me to you,” tweeted Mac. “Nobody in between. Nobody telling me the songs that are good or bad or big or small. Just a sentence I am speaking to you.” Mac Miller seems to have put a lot of attention to detail in this mixtape, with a thematically-linked, consecutive series of tracks, Mac dubbed the project as one “for the #macheads by THE #machead.”
There are few artists who have shown quite as much growth as the Pittsburgh artist has in the past two years. From a kid simply having fun to a more mature musician who now produces a majority of his content and has developed a completely different outlook which has drastically effected his music. Mac Miller has led a very interesting career over the past half decade, and with Faces he continues to blaze a path all his own in an industry riddled with redundancy. He made it to the top without a Drake feature, and now he’s settling into a long term career built on genuinely interesting material that challenges him as much as it does the listener. Mac Miller’s music has many faces, he displays some new ones on this mixtape. Follow on Twitter @MacMiller @MedievalBeatz Purchase Rap Beats
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