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Mac Miller Producer ‘Believes’ That’s Ariana Grande’s Voice on New Album

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Mac Miller Producer ‘Believes’ That’s Ariana Grande’s Voice on New Album

"And firm he is mac Miller's ex girlfriend Arianna Grande on the song I can see from his new posthumous album record producer John Bryan tells The New York Times the vocals were on a pre existing track he was given by Miller's family after he died of an overdose in twenty eighteen music stars it already split by then Brian says the new album circles was intended to be the middle album in a trilogy the first was

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"mac miller" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

03:45 min | 8 months ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Switched On Pop

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"mac miller" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

04:16 min | 8 months ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Called me we just oh okay so to cool things happening opening their underwater literally. Sounds like it's underwater. Yeah and then when they called me week on that word week it sounds. It's like a number of people are saying to her at the same time. ooh I didn't even catch that. I want to hear that I think I don't know wrote rewind it back. They he called me. We owe that subtle. There's something they've they've manipulated her tracking almost whispered they called me. It makes me think of people of a group of people kind of pointing their finger and saying let's also give full credit to billy eyelash and her ability to impart so much meaning into these phrases. The the little vocal turn she does. My head was underwater. There's like a little and of subtle trill. They're the control. She has the intimacy. It's powerful absolutely and under girding. What makes Sir Performance? So great is a set of harmonies. That are think perhaps equally as confusing as has the performed emotional state of the song loves the keys. Good check thank you when I first heard these sounds. I knew something was up on a couldn't figure out what it was so I consulted with our friend of Perez from top forty theory. Nice anytime you have a corporation that's played in a loop that repeats itself for an extended extended section of a song or even for an entire song in this is the case in most popular songs. It limits the functional feel of the corporation because the a quick progression is contained in a very small sort of capsule and the listener very quickly stops being affected by the supposed- tension in released properties pretty's of the courts so for example in everything I wanted when the progression is slightly altered in the middle of the chorus and instead of a minor three chord. You get a major record. Record the expectation for the Luke to stay the same as defied in. That's very noticeable. Moment in the song in terms of the harmony so for the repeat itself the most significant tension it generates from Armani standpoint. Is that when listener. Here's the last quarter of the loop. They expect it's a return to the forest scored in the next measure or the next kind of metric units so to sum up. Yes everything I wanted has a non resolve inc but down resolution is more of a harmonic flavor rather than a functional building block. A lot of times in music today court sort of function in as they did in in in the classical times which is to say that they don't necessarily resolve to a certain place. We're not trying to point you in direction. Yeah in fact the song like like with Mac Miller but also here with billy. They're more for creating an atmosphere and one of the ways they can create. An atmosphere is is by not pointing in a direction keeping things open letting the performer. Try Different ways of singing over that repeating loop right and in this one in particular also would call this an open progression because it actually doesn't resolve to its home key in fact the home key isn't in the cords at all. It's one of these strange chord progressions without its root chord and just to highlight how this song has both these Hopes and dreams and as well as their nightmares. We could actually imagine the song being a major song or a minor song into illustrate it. I took this chord progression Chen and ended it in a major key ended a minor key. Let's check out. What though sounds like do you wanna you wanNA sound a minor or major with start with minor always want to end with major.

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"mac miller" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

10:35 min | 8 months ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Someone who blocked by tape for US man. I've talked to say that's heavy back that that groove is heavy and I like it drake's flow fits right in in the pocket. Yeah this is cool so here I think we have. Drake expounding is great material success. He is excited about hanging out with his buddy. Not Virgil. He's got a pack on his wrist Virgil as the head of Louis Vuitton menswear line friends with him and and the paddock is a high in wrist watch. He is rhyming about his theme. How it is more than just social media meam even more than just his influence he later says this is fame not clout this claim not cloud pounding disavow watching mouth an important distinction and he's often critiqued memes not music right? So he's addressing his critics. He's celebrating life and he's frankly bragging about his Manor House Rosewood. which is a signature sweet in the upscale? London Ruse would hotel also. Life is good right is it. I don't know it's like it's a fun track but the production is Kinda cold like it. has these really dark minor patty Yeah Yeah it's very sparse. Yeah that central baseline has kind of a harsh buzzy sawtooth kind of texture to exactly and you know I actually think if we look at the The opening the line it really shows where drake is at working on the weekend like usual. Why can't no no no weekend? I go in and deepen usual and the music videos actually really fun. It's drake and future both both working overtime jobs. And they go from being a mechanic to working in a retail location. And I think there's sort of a worker solidarity which is going on with the song but underneath that I think the darkness of the track and drake rhyming about how life is great and he has all this material excess. He's really just showing that like told altogether he's constantly working off camera. And that's where future comes in. Okay so the song as I said is is in two acts. And there's a simple flip which takes the song in a new sonic territory by interrupting drake. Here's future curtain up to Rosewood to plush cool rebounds on this is good. This is a funny moment because this is actually future sampling himself. This is an interview that he did did with. The I believe French outlet called Click Creek Sieve Brooklyn though the interview Cooman Rebounds Bounds on. I was good. You seem to feel good when you're who great so future here is of course talking about his red bottom shoes batons and celebrating in life. Let's get a little bit more of what's going on for future way. Chief rang on through Spain. sprained main thought three dollars zone of rain called CAIN fence Brennan instead. That's right and now the serpent tail. Yeah the fire-breathing Lyon we were talking. How the very beginning of the Song Jake has like a certain Heaviness to it. Yeah we just threw a hundred pound weight on that and now we're like rattling. We've got trap hats. We've got heavy base. Yeah yeah things have taken a turn. It's the same themes here we have future bragging about. He's going off to Spain flying private just to buy a watch MHM sounds like an exhausting trip but yeah I mean just all the rigmarole you know packing and traffic back to the airport and time change the volt who wants to go line privates vein for the violence. It's crazy well. Future has the time because he just bought the watch point taken. Okay Anyway. He pairs this line with the end of his verse. He says wasn't the trap servant. Cocaine haven't been the same since and I think what we've gotten. The song is that seem struggle between gene having made it but many ways his pass catching up to him a systemic injustice of living the trap constantly bothering him he then then talks about landing in London and needing to make sure that he is packing heat and that that there's constant people out to get him and so he has both made it but it has got to have his head over his shoulder. Line in a more in Orlando they gotTA stretch. But I'm on a PJ private jet chat. Lighten up backward full sticky having fun time on the plane Lands in London. And you know he's carrying a weapon with him and worried worried about You know people are going to carry a stretcher behind so doesn't matter if you're flying private in your safe in the air you land and he's he's still has the same fears that he's always had the thing that really puts the song into bummer territory. If you will. Isn't it the final line the refrain. It's cheap spring. You know futures. Entire Uber is known for its reference to lean in reference to Codeine percocet. One of his mask off was talking all about using Bali and Percocet. I think in his music in the production even in his vocal delivery feels Dell's completely inebriated. And it seems that you know as he's flying around he can't escape these things and I and I thought man is that is that dark but in going a little deeper in trying to find out what future thought about this himself. I think you'll find that it's not so simple in a rolling stone interview. He did with Charles Holmes he had expressed. I think it was twenty sixteen. Maybe some concern. He says you know. What have I done on? What have I done to other people when myself talking about the celebration of drug culture? Yeah but he also says in that same interview with Creek Geek We. Yeah yeah maybe as listeners. We could hear it in a different way. You know what I mean. I'm not Super Drug Drug Addi my music may portray a certain kind of image and I know some people that might be super drugged out and they listen to the music eight thanking. He's speaking for me and some people they feel like man. I don't have to listen to future and feel like most most something I know how to try. I'm not doing it for the try I'd do it for like For Mom people that enjoy on just like for you to really have to live that type live that should be dares new slogan. Don't do drugs listen. Just listen to future and you'll love. It's the same thing basically I really. I appreciate how he uses the he samples himself from this interview celebrating. How life is good? Yeah he I think in his production in his lyrics questions that same exact feeling is life really good just being haunted by his past and yet if we just go and look at the material that he samples we see that maybe this is more of a performance than it seems. Perhaps this is a AH voting a sense of an abbreviation. Yeah not necessarily celebrating it or endorsing it and I think that might connect this track back to Mac Miller Miller in a way. Both of these are nominally. Hip Hop songs. That kind of are nevertheless the bleeding edge of where rapping ends in singing begins and they're also tracks that sort of force you to confront the performing Tippety of of of the act where there might sound sort of unstudied and improvise but the closer you look in the closer you listen you see that. These are very deliberate choices. Being made by Mac Miller and future in their respective songs to give you that feeling of spontaneity and something unstudied because that disorientation is so effective Vegetable for us as listening yeah. The camera is in full affect. Yeah I'm Jillian Weinberger. Who's the impact a podcast from? Vox about how powerful people affect the rest of us this season. Then we're looking at the big ideas from all the people running for president. 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Mac Miller's family releases 'Circles'

KYW 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Mac Miller's family releases 'Circles'

"The family of the late rapper mac Miller has released the artists final studio album circles featuring the single good news he was working on circles when he died of a drug overdose in September of twenty eighteen Miller's family is selling admission to pop up listening parties and all proceeds will go to the mac Miller fund for aspiring

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Mac Miller’s Family Details Posthumous Album ‘Circles’

Sarah and Vinnie

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Mac Miller’s Family Details Posthumous Album ‘Circles’

"Mac Miller's posthumous album is called circles and it's coming out next Friday so we'll get to hear that this is an Instagram post his family called it a companion album to that swimming which came out in twenty eighteen they said at the time of his passing Malcolm was well into the process of recording circles two different styles complementing each other complimenting a circle swimming in circles was the concept they said this is a complicated process that has no right answer no clear path we just know what was important to Malcolm for the world to hear it so it's coming out he died in September of twenty eighteen from an accidental drug overdose in

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Mac Miller Details Posthumous Album ‘Circles’

Big Boy

01:12 min | 9 months ago

Mac Miller Details Posthumous Album ‘Circles’

"Yeah this new album called circles from mac Miller and you know a lot of people are wondering he was in the middle of like working already on this album yes I leave before he passed away and so the producer that worked with him previously and was working with him on this is the one who kinda like took it upon it not a part of something like ticket and wanted to finish it for mac Miller with of course like the permission with his family at seven so now they're going to release it but when mac mac Miller released his last album swimming he kind of talked about always like what his process was when it was making the album so it kind of gave me like looking back now it kind of gives you a little insight to where this next album I might be going take a listen to him talking about it when you release this is when he really swimming and usually I finish a record and the next week I know exactly what I'm doing next right that's how it usually goes that's what I've been able to come every year but this time it took me awhile to figure out like what I wanted to say what kind of music I wanted to make and it was a lot of experimenting so we finally landed on some type of a path in and took my

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Mac Miller’s Family Details Posthumous Album ‘Circles’

Z Morning Zoo

00:04 sec | 9 months ago

Mac Miller’s Family Details Posthumous Album ‘Circles’

"Things mac Miller recorded an album before he died it's gonna be released Friday and next Friday clouds

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Mac Miller’s Family Details Posthumous Album ‘Circles’

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:20 sec | 9 months ago

Mac Miller’s Family Details Posthumous Album ‘Circles’

"More than a year after his death from a drug overdose the family of the late rapper mac Miller announced his final album circles will be released January seventeenth family says Miller was working on the album at the time of his death it was intended to be a companion to his twenty eighteen album swimming Pam Coulter CBS

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3 indicted over Mac Miller's overdose death

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

3 indicted over Mac Miller's overdose death

"Stepped up charges have been filed in the drug overdose death of rapper mac Miller A. P.'s Jackie Quinn reports three accused drug dealers are now being charged with providing the drugs the killed. mac Miller was just twenty six years old when he died last year of an overdose of the powerful opioid fentanyl along with cocaine and alcohol in his system three men had been arrested during the course of the investigation into Miller's death now a grand jury in Los Angeles has handed up an indictment

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Three Men Charged in Connection to Mac Miller's Death

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Three Men Charged in Connection to Mac Miller's Death

"Stepped up charges have been filed in the drug overdose death of rapper mac Miller A. P.'s Jackie Quinn reports three accused drug dealers are now being charged with providing the drugs the kill mac Miller was just twenty six years old when he died last year of an overdose of the powerful OP we'd fentanyl along with cocaine and alcohol in his system three men have been arrested during the course of the investigation into Miller's death that our grand jury in Los Angeles has handed up an indictment accusing them of conspiring and distributing cocaine and oxy code own pills laced with Sentinel that caused Miller's death two of the men are from the Los Angeles area the third is from Arizona Miller had been in a relationship with singer Ariana Grande de but they had broken up before

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3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018

"The three men arrested in the investigation of Pittsburgh rapper mac Miller's overdose deaths last year are now charged with providing the drugs who killed him the grand jury indictment unsealed in Los Angeles Wednesday accuses the man of conspiring and distributing cocaine an oxy code own pills laced with fentanyl the cost Miller's

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3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018

WIBC Programming

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018

"Spring three men are facing federal charges for supplying the drugs that authorities believe killed rapper mac Miller the U. S. attorney's office says Cameron James petted Stephen Walter and Ryan re this are accused of distributing narcotics including counterfeit pharmaceutical pills containing Fenton all Miller died of an accidental overdose the indictment alleges Walter supply the fat now and cocaine Pettit sold it and

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3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

3 charged for providing drugs that killed Mac Miller in 2018

"Say three men arrested during the investigation into rapper mac Miller is deadly overdose last year have now been charged with providing the drugs killed a grand jury indictment unsealed Wednesday in Los Angeles accuses the man of conspiring and then distributing cocaine an oxy code own bills laced with Fenton all. that fourteen to the autopsy was the cause of Miller's death back in September of twenty eight

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Mac Miller case: 3 charged with providing drugs that killed rapper

KNX Evening News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Mac Miller case: 3 charged with providing drugs that killed rapper

"Three men of in charge of providing the drugs that kill rapper mac Miller last year a Los Angeles grand jury indictment unsealed today accuses the man of conspiring and distributing cocaine oxy coat on pills laced with fennel they cause Miller's accidental overdose death each of the counts carries a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in federal prison at a potential sentence of life without

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A third man has been arrested in rapper Mac Miller's death

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

A third man has been arrested in rapper Mac Miller's death

"Three it's a third man who's now been arrested and charged with drug offenses in connection with the overdose death of rapper mac Miller court documents showing Stephen Walters suspected of selling counterfeit oxy code all bills that were laced with that now that Miller possessed before he died of an accidental overdose last year of cocaine alcohol and the powerful opioid Walter accused of being the source of the pills that another man Cameron at Pettit

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Second arrest made in Mac Miller death investigation

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Second arrest made in Mac Miller death investigation

"Another arrest in the death of rapper mac Miller CBS is Matt. Piper reports thirty six year old Ryan Reavis of Arizona was arrested by federal agents who execute a search warrant at his home he's been charged with possessing marijuana and prescription drugs as well as weapons offenses police say he also had a doctor's prescription pad and large amounts of ammo rapper mac Miller died a year ago from an accidental overdose of cocaine alcohol and Sentinel earlier this month James Pat is a valet was charged with selling drugs to Miller's shortly before his

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Man charged in connection to Mac Miller's overdose death

Mac and Gaydos

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Man charged in connection to Mac Miller's overdose death

"A thirty six year old lake Havasu city man has become the second person arrested on drug charges involving last year's overdose death of rapper mac Miller like have a su police have not said exactly how Ryan read this is connected to the

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Second arrest made in Mac Miller death investigation

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Second arrest made in Mac Miller death investigation

"Another person has been arrested in connection with the overdose death of rapper mac Miller need. thirty six year old Ryan Reavis is charged in have a Sioux city Arizona with drug possession and two weapons counts police would only say the arrest was the result of the investigation into Miller's death one year ago in his home in Los Angeles earlier twenty eight year old Cameron Pettitte was charged with selling the drugs to

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Second man arrested in rapper Mac Miller overdose investigation

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Second man arrested in rapper Mac Miller overdose investigation

"A second arrest in connection with the overdose death of Pittsburgh rapper mac Miller thirty eight year old Ryan Reavis was arrested after police in California found a prescription pad drugs and guns in his apartment earlier this week twenty eight year old Cameron Pettit was arrested earlier this month for giving Miller fencible laced pills just two days before his fatal eau de and twenty

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Mac Miller's 'drug dealer' has been charged over his death

PodcastDetroit.com

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Mac Miller's 'drug dealer' has been charged over his death

"Man believed to be the late mac miller's drug dealer her has been charged by federal prosecutors in connection to his death so mac miller was found almost a year ago from an alleged drug overdose and the associated press has reported that twenty eight year old cameron james petite is being charged for allegedly supplying mac with counterfeit oxycodone khotan pills containing all doesn't include <hes> so yeah. They're actually charging him with his connection of his death. Yeah i mean if you charge him with you. Know the selling of narcotics but okay. I mean somebody had to pay for his death. I guess so i mean they charged michael jackson's doctor with his death so did they do

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"mac miller" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

16:11 min | 1 year ago

"mac miller" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"Gotta tell you that. All the reviews that I've done this year. I mean, there were two that made me feel some kind of way. And this was one of them. Definitely. So let's get into the review. The album was supported by three singles small world, self care in which the use it received generally positive reviews from critics and debuted at number three on the US billboard two hundred so let me go into the first song on the them, which is one of my favorites. Sometimes I need to come out to myself, so. It's come back to earth. So new track starts off with magma singing over a Fender, Rhodes keyboard smooth like rhythm jazz. Guitar gets added as Mack. Miller continues to sing a soft and cool, baseline gets added to the song as well. You can hear a string arrangement in the background as well. This song to me seems like a cry for help by MAC Miller. He doesn't seem happy at all. He wishes he could be cool with his neighbors, but doesn't know how to reach out he feels isolated as if he is living in an alternate reality trapped inside of his own head. The song is soulful, compounding and haunting at the same time. Here's the song the lyrics, my regrets, look just like text. I shouldn't send and I got neighbors. They're more like strangers. We could be friends. I just need a way out of my head. I'll do anything for a way out of my head. And then the verses m my own way, this feels this feel like living some obstinate reality, and I was drowning. But now I'm swimming through stressful waters to relief. Oh, the things I do to spend a little time in hell. And what I won't tell you probably never even tell myself. And don't you know that sunshine don't feel right? When you inside all day, I wish it was nice out, but it looks like rain gray skies and I'm drifting not living forever. They told me it only gets better. And then the chorus my regrets, look just like Tex. I shouldn't send and I got neighbors, they're more like strangers. We could be friends. I just need a way out of my head. I'll do anything for a way out of my head..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Now that was fucking awful man what they did flying that fines. Parents parents got Dannatt, man. Why would you fly them across country from Philadelphia to Los Angeles? No, no the fucking answers beforehand. But they they must have known right that there was a chance. I don't know. They just want to be there. I don't know. We don't know what was said to them. It is shitty. I think you'd gone to bed at that point. But like bed. Yeah. I've felt shitty. When I was watching it. I was like, man. Yeah. Come on. And they didn't cut to the parents, thankfully, because they cut to all of the artists who were nominated. You know, they show their heads on the screen before they they win which is the picture of MAC Miller. And I was just like all right, cool if they would cut to the parents on top of that fucking shit. I just think new well enough. That's why do it. And why the other part that I have a really hard time with this. This. If you're gonna if you're going to give it to whatever the best album was right? It was probably push it too. Or drake. In my opinion was pussy. Do not give it to Cardi B. So not only you disrespecting fucking family legacy. But then on top of it who who won Cardi B, the stripper run the world. Yeah. Exactly Cardi B the stripper who is not gonna not what this shit. She's terrible man Budi fat booty sex uncomfortable. It's the first time that I realized what people sometimes complain about the crate like the the sexual nature of performances and be like my fucking kit. So our kid was there, and I was like so he's definitely watching a strip show right now. That's what a folic. Yeah. I was watching this river. You were a lot of those moves were stripper six stripper. Drop down the the spreading legs while lying on the ground as far canon. Slapping him back together. You know, the strippers. She did a lot of the slipper the stripper slaps of the heels on the ground. I'm waiting to continue. You're right. It was it was the only time in bed. Listen, he should have been. It was like eight forty five. Yeah. But like, you know, we usually put the kids to bed at nine great. But I always would say if you don't want them to see this shit put him to bed, right? That was always my thing before having kids. And then that was a first time ever that. I was like. Do I wanna talk to somebody's manager right now? Like, I felt really I felt different. You know, like, oh, yeah. I was like stop stop making him. Look. But he wasn't. He was like playing with something. But I was like -taying if he looks over here and like. Ask any questions. I would not know what to say. Crazy. Right. And then you hear like kids at the playground screaming on Cardi B all day. It was just like, man. I don't gotta dance. I make money moves, man. There is a science. I don't I don't know how to stop anymore YouTube and all that other shit is it's unstable. So unless you give them their own phone and say only watch this with one apple on it. And it's like YouTube kids there's nothing else. You can do. Yeah. Watching the Grammys eight forty five last night. Totally. And I'm fine with it. I live in the world, I'm not a fucking idiot. But it was. We're seeing live stripper onstage. Live stripper doing everything stripper would do. But with close kind of on. So and so the fact that she won over MAC Miller and enter parents were there his parents were there watching 'cause they watched her perform first, and then the ward was afterwards. So they go. I just thought it was a shitty. Move and oriented grenade tweeted out immediately, the second she won that this is trash, and then she ended up deleting it shortly thereafter words out of anger, obviously..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"And then she proceeds to go into talking about the album, which is. As a as a musician. You could see every musician cringe in the audience. So here's what happens by the way in that world. She had one song that money moves song that exploded. Right. She didn't have another out. She didn't have an album at all just one song. So what happens is when this happens to artists like that. When a song accidentally blows up then they get signed to a massive deal and the record labels like fuck you need to record an album in like, we need this in two or three months tops get in there. Here's the best producers shit something out because we've got to sell an album with this song that has now exploded. So last night she gets up in wins. And then she starts talking about. It was like I didn't even feel like I had enough time on his to do this album. And like I was like three song shorts. And then I had to make all these videos music videos, and I was showing I was pregnant, and it was just like they kept painting to the the crowd. You could see every real music. Cringe words, just like fuck you're the person who had one hits and then they had to shit out fast as they can so much help from the best producers and everybody in the world. I mean, you literally just had to show show up. And I mean, it was that's what her thing is now like she just dress her up they put on our shit, she walks around and talks a little bit. But like all these things she decides to show up and they do everything else for her. So once you one, and then she said that and then all my suspicions were confirmed. I was just like all right? Fuck man. How do you going to deny like push t in those guys who are working with new? On you in the mountains of Wyoming and MAC Miller who that guy that guy was a perfectionist like all he did was work on his shit over and over again to the end of the world sucks. So that that that one's sucked to me Drake getting up in winning for God's plan was good. But then he goes shits on the Grammy's and says, hey, you don't need this award though. It means nothing is word means nothing. And then they cut him off half speech, which fucking hilarious. But the truth of the matter is that award words do matter to people, and I like Travis Scott, for example, they had to cut away shot to him because he was up against Drake in that category for sicko mode, which is the song of everything right now. They're playing they play the Super Bowl for chrissakes halftime show. He had his head down and was really upset that he didn't win because you don't know if you're gonna ever get that chance again. So by Drake saying that you were just like fuck off, bro. All right. And they got cut mid speech because there were other artists out there who were like man, I would kill to have a Grammy. And like her won for best new artists on that stuff. And like you could see how people were to win a Grammy. I would say the biggest upset of the name was probably the record of the year at the end of the show golden it was Casey must graves and look. She's greats. I just you know. Me personally, fucked me on I beer, Bong Bentley's. It was post Malone everywhere. You went all year long. I've heard I've heard a majority of her album, but that is not an album that everybody's playing everywhere they go all year rally that song again. Yeah. So, you You know, know. it's a tough one for me. Because are typically yes, giving it to her for sure she she that was a great album..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And we're back as we said earlier in the episode several news outlets could not wait to bring up Arianna Guerande when discussing what happened with MAC Miller. I saw articles that were like Arianna Guerande X comma rapper MAC Miller comma dead from apparent drug overdose. And when when he died her name immediately almost almost at the same time started trending on Twitter just goes to show. How quick people are to attach. I'm not even dating anymore attach a woman to a man's behavior. When something like this happens. It's like I was listening to the podcast keep it, which if you don't listen to keep it. It's really good you show it, but they were saying, you know, it's a woman's responsibility to have a conscious for men because women don't have consciences. No, we'll have a conscience. It's like it's like assume that oh if something happens with a man, it's going to be a woman who you know who. Who is at fault or to blame in some capacity. Yeah. And that kind of reminds me of. Successes. Then the men can take think responsibility for that. But failures. Then it's the woman the woman that should have been behind like. Supporting it reminds me of our poor performing males video game. Yeah. Proper forming males. It's true. And again part of it. I think is I can sort of forgive a nineteen year old MAC Miller fan for this because you're young and Lord knows I had done this consumption when I was young. But I really what I look at media. I wanna say what are you doing adults who work at media companies should know better? The teams the article following his death. Basically blamed their break-up for his spiral into addiction even included a line that they edited he quote had trouble recently with substance abuse in the wake of his break-up with Oriana Guerande, and that's so gross. And I would expect adults who run media companies to know better after his death, Arianna actually had to disable the comments on her Instagram because her Instagram and Twitter were flooded with growth sexist comments, like this is your fault. You flag cheated on him with Davidson, you know, hope you're happy, and the saddest thing like sheep, this really really sad incident picture of him where she had to have the comments disabled. And it just made me so sad. This is someone that she clearly loved when they split. They had a very amicable split were inch kept saying, my best friend. I love him. I love him. I hope he gets better. I wanted to get better and praying for him to get better and not even being able to grieve in peace because people are too busy a lot in her social media with really disgusting. Comments about how she's a whore who cheated on him. That's awful that's to deal with that on top of on top of your grief. I can't imagine an end to have people. I've always found people are kind of judgmental about how you grieve. And like how you perform grief and to have so many people on that largest-scale judging you for what you're doing or not doing what is your fault? What's not your fault as? That's awful. It is awful. And again, this is someone who is young. This is someone who survive I keep going back to this. But who survived a very traumatic event. Not that long ago a mass shooting at one of her while she was on stage. I I don't know. I just I feel like we expect celebrities to be these larger than life figures. Forget that they're human and nothing sort of illustrates that more than when they're grieving. I think that you're exactly right and Arianna 'Grande is not the first celebrity to be treated this way. All Rolling Stone calls it the Yoko effect quote fan claims such as the stem from the most dangerous branch of pop culture's continuous fascination with the so-called Yoko affect and desire to connect female partners to actions, they may not comprehend these claims and conspiracies often solely perpetrated by the most toxically masculine factions of phantoms sometimes never disappear even Courtney love is still fielding social media comments and block conspiracy theories that she not only was the reason Kurt Cobain became addicted to heroin. She was not. But also that she had actually murdered him and faked his suicide also untrue Cockbain. Two decades before these social media platforms even existed. The fact that loves comments can still attract a road claim like this speaks volumes to the waste society continues to expect women to be caretakers for them in their lives and reacts with fury when they apparently cannot absorb their partners pain..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Today, we have to start with a trigger. Warning. Today's episode is going to be about addiction and substance abuse and hell they pertain to romantic relationships. So that is a issue that it's tough for you just know that is what today's episode is all about you may have seen that musician. Mac Miller real name Malcolm Cormac died last week at the age of twenty six on September seven of cardiac arrest related to a suspected drug overdose. I was pretty casual fan of MAC Miller music when he died, I sort of was a bit sad because I was one of those people that it took him dying to go back and revisit some of his earlier work and say, oh, wow. He actually was a really talented musician. And I wish I listened to more of stuff. It was also pretty sad that there was this really interesting fascinating. Glowing profile of him in vulture magazine that came out I think just two days before he died and in that he said. Really illustrates what an interesting kind of guy. He was he sort of had this this fun loving quality to him that made him. See my a genuinely interesting person when he died all of these different musicians were talking about all of these good memories that they shared with him. And he just seemed like someone who was genuinely very beloved one of my favorite vines him singing TLC's, no, scrubs. He just seemed like a really a really good guy. And I think he's one of those musicians. And it seems like he died before he got a chance to show the world when he could do right. Like, he was he was he was pretty young. He was in his twenties, which of course, is very tragic, but he also didn't really seem to have his one breakout album. He seemed like he was poised for that moment where he was going to become a megastar died right before it happened. Yeah. I didn't. Know much about him because I kind of somehow miss a lot of really I miss a lot in this pop culture world Bridget. And I depend a lot on you. And I have a group of friends who keep me in the know. And I honestly had never heard of him until this happened which makes me release ad, and it also makes me really sad that when you just see this public persona of people, and you don't see I don't know. It's just strange when you hear how beloved someone is or how much fun they have. And then you see the success and to have something like this happen. It feels really jarring. And it just makes you reconsider maybe people that you in your life, or that you who's entertainment you consume and enjoy it's pretty sobering. It is so bring also think it reminds us that these are real people. It's really really. Easy to forget that you know, the people whose content you enjoy their humans just like us. And it's I think it can be jarring to be confronted with who they actually are. And what they're actually dealing with. You know, who they are inside versus the music that they make and all of that. And again, I was really surprised to see how many I wasn't the biggest MAC Miller fan. But I was proud to see how many of the musicians that I really love flying Lotus and thunder cat. We're like, no we were very close. He was the best. I kee- seem like someone who had far reaching connections in the news industry. And I think that's what makes this story. So sad. So MAC Miller was someone who was very open in both his interviews. And in his music about his struggles with mental issues and addiction in a complex interview in two thousand thirteen Miller admitted to using lean which is sort of that that codeine laced cough syrup that that uses shin sometimes abuse,.

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"mac miller" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"So I gotta tell you that. All the reviews that I've done this year. I mean, there were two that made me feel some kind of way. And this was one of them. Definitely. So let's get into the review the album was supported by three singles small world self-care. And what's the use it received generally positive reviews from critics and debuted at number three on the us billboard two hundred. So let me go into the first song on the album, which is one of my favorites. Sometimes I need to come back to earth myself. So it's come back to earth. So track starts off with singing over a Fender Rhodes keyboards smooth jazz. Guitar gets added as Mack Miller continues to sing a soft and Kobe slang. It's added to the song as well. You can hear a string arrangement in the background as well. This song to me seems like a cry for help by MAC Miller. He doesn't seem happy at all. He wishes he could be cool with his neighbors. But doesn't know how to reach out he feels isolated as if he is living in an alternate reality trapped inside of his own head the song is soulful compounding and haunting at the same time. Here's a song lyrics my regrets. Look just like text. I shouldn't send and I got neighbors. They're more like strangers. We could be friends. I just need a way out of my head. I'll do anything for a way out of my head. And then the verses in my own way. This feels this feel like living. Some obstinate reality. And I was drowning. But now, I'm swimming through stressful waters to relief. Oh, the things I do to spend a little time in hell, and what I won't tell you probably never even tell myself, and don't you know, that sunshine don't feel right? When you inside all day. I wish it was nice out. But it looks like rain gray skies, and I'm drifting not living forever. They told me it only gets better. And then the course my regrets. Look just like Tex I shouldn't send and I got neighbors. They're more like strangers. We could be friends. I just need a way out of my head. How do anything for a way out of my head? That's the first track y'all. That's the first track record and. Biologically. It's. It's amazing. It's a great song. So the next track is called small world. I wanna talk about starts off with Qatar snare and bass are hitting on one quote at the same time the base than starts own groove the base sound slightly muted jazz guitar. The sounds reminiscent of either west Montgomery or George Benson. Who would be like, you know, his student even though it west guide a long time ago before George did it start doing his thing. It comes in for. Comes in for lead guitar solo. Can you know, let me let me let me backtrack it again so jazz guitar. This sounds reminiscent of west Montgomery. George Benson comes in for league ITAR solo the bass guitar navigate the song towards the end of the song all the music drops out. And an acoustic piano rhythm glides through its MAC finishes rhyme. It's just him and the piano. It's as if he's confessing and saying goodbye the same time on this..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"And it's clear that because she couldn't be the caretaker or mother in this way that we expect women, especially in these really toxic dynamics of dealing with someone who was addicted in relationship. She has been sort of the the blame for this new did connected to the, you know, the purported Yoko effect in the idea. It's like that Courtney love got blamed for Cobain's death to the point where people were doing conspiracy theories that somehow she perpetrated, which is so preposterous. So there is this this weird temptation to cast things that way too. It's a cultural sickness really? Yes. Actually, for famous relationships and win. There is this very like tablets element, and we have a more outspoken women in the. Ship in there are these kind of demons that the male figure is dealing with. I think it's easier for especially really fervent phantoms ones like that mic MAC Miller has that inner vonda has like that. It's easier to blame the woman who's closest to them for whatever downfall we deem or whatever happens to them. I mean, how do you see related to the Yoko Ono thing is just that that if something goes wrong, people just want to blame the woman. I think I mean, yokels obviously a very different situation that's just with the Beatles break-up. No one's blaming her for Lennon's death, but I think that that sort of dynamic of blaming the woman for something that happens that the fans can't control. That's been a recurring theme in pop music, especially for really famous couples, you know, and she went on for into very another super high profile relationship that went into an engagement. It's so ridiculous really an, it's like a sickness of social media that people would actually post that kind of stuff and the not for one second. Would he want that clearly Arianna ground? You know, it's, she's now clouded by many tragedies is such a, he's got such a fraught narrative now as a popstar wild. Yeah. I mean, just from the Manchester attacks last year and things like that. It's been a really, really just wild year for her to deal with as as a twenty five year old pop star and. I think there is very clear with her and MAC that there was no like love lost between them and their friendship. They had no each other for five years and had worked together so much. And I think in a lot of their interviews and post by each other after the break-up that the hard feelings weren't as much there Brennan, how do you think that people are in the end because people are going to have to now kind of take the some of his career and sort of a dresses a whole and and look back him. How are we going to remember him? I mean, fondly. I think that like I was talking about, there's this masterpiece that never came, but he still is really, really large body of work that spans a bunch of different stuff. And even just now like running through it today, seeing the artistic growth. And then like also just like hands down classic songs that I don't think he is going to be forgotten for sure..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I mean, he told me that he was determined to get better every single time and also that would divine feminine mantis earlier Brennan. You were saying that, you know you and other people, everyone was surprised by them. He said he was surprised that people were surprised, you know, because for him, I think he knew he had his capabilities, but I listen, it's always sad when some of those twenty six years old dies at sad. When someone who's talented artist is compounded when you realize this guy was a guy who really was getting better by leaps and bounds. You know? Yeah, I'm talking about his career in like these three acts like he does the party stuff than he gets into this like avant-garde rap. And then he starts to get into these jazzy more songwriting based albums, and there's no indication that like the third act was the final act like I think I was really excited to hear and always thought I would here like the fourth and fifth and sixth, active MAC mill. And the exciting thing about like watching him develop was you had no idea what those we're gonna sound like. Like he just kept getting better and more interesting. I think that of his Cadillac. You didn't have like a clear masterpiece. This woman gets the closest, but there wasn't wasn't a whole lot of doubt among the people who are paying attention that like he would have won under his belt right next couple years. That's what's so frustrating is clearly what, like all these have their flaws and stuff, and it's like, you know, he was so young. It's clear that he was probably working up to something, you know? Yeah, but there was there was a real like greatness was still on the horizon for him and like, but there wasn't that much doubt that he would reach it. Yeah. Shift gears a little bit and talk about a story that Brittany wrote for Rolling Stone cold, Arianna grand MAC Miller, and the demonization of women and toxic relationships, and to give a little back story when MAC died apparently of an overdose, there was a crazy thing online where people sort of literally blamed Arianna for breaking up with him, and you know, purportedly breaking his heart and leading to this and not supporting him purportedly through his addiction. But that was actually picking up on as you wrote this previous thing where some random dude tweeted, MAC Miller, getting d. y. after I on ground, dumped him for another dude. If you poured his heart out of ten song album to her called divine feminine is just the most heartbreaking thing happening in Hollywood. And she, she basically said, like how dare you say that someone should stay in a toxic relationship because he were album lout them like it's just like, why do women have to be the caretakers? Why are they responsible for the well being of someone with a substance problem? Right. I mean, the thing with our on MAC to note. Is that they were very under the radar for the two years that they actively dated like they wanna tabloid a couple at all. There weren't a lot of stories about them. They just kind of went on about their lives. And then this year, especially there was a just like this really crazy time line of they had their break up and then Arianna dating Davidson that because of the relationship and just how wacky people thought it was. And then later the engagement, it was followed a lot. And then MAC got into a car accident a DUI and got the UI from that. So there was a lot of things happening at once and with that, there's a lot of people coming out and blaming Arianna in the same way. I mean not to the extreme of what happened after max death. But after the I her comments on Instagram, Twitter, and across. You know, just these social media platforms were very much you did this to him in the same way that it would come back later. So she did end up responding to just one of the fans. I don't think she even responded to a lot of other tweets, but that was kind of the most Cochin of the tweets that were sent to her and. She did really lay out, like you said, this idea that they weren't toxic relationship, and a lot of friends of max have spoken out and indefens- of her and said that a lot of their relationship was her trying to help him stay sober and be a support system for him..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"So in my interview, which again was in two thousand sixteen, and he was actually in a shopping mall and South Africa when he called because tour shopping tour stop there, and he was he was like picking up a jersey from like the local soccer team so that the he'd get, you know, to kind of make the crowd happy that night. And you could of hear him in the middle to stop into say Hello to random people in the South African mall, and it was a totally very conversation. But let's hear what he had to say about how that particular came together. Be something really simple as far instrumentally I like, I, I, I put together. And then I stayed up the whole higher night going back and forth, whether I was gonna sing a rap on it, and then like I couldn't decide not. And then I just went to sleep, and I was like, I give up and woke up and decided to just saying there's possibly a little courage from from. John Jameson involved, but just like, I don't know. I just went for it and then like hit Arianna to get on the record and and we did. We went over to a studio at work on her part. Bush she has chops for days. Did you have any insecurity about like, oh, shit, I'm going to have like someone who's compared to Mariah Carey's thing next to his day. You know what I mean with that new head at all. You know what? It really wasn't because it's like, I, like I said, I'm not like I'm not trying to do that right. Like like, that's what she when she comes in. She supposed to sound like an Djelic and she's opposed for like, wow, this is amazing. You know, like. Housing voted and then like our together sound like sound how they sound so right. You know, like I'm not. I'm not trying to trying to compete with her thinking and any at any day. Never. I mean, I like I have my most of putting into that record and it's one that I can't do unless I sing like that. How were re the possibility of, you know, make a record like this is always a danger of becoming too soft to sappy given its theme, subject matter and everything I have. How were you of that challenge in and how? How did you try to avoid it? I don't think about that. It's like I've had every kind of perception about me can thinker though, like all thinking about what a Megan is music to them. Like, you know, I'm not. I'm not worried about how into these of not worrying about if you are going to think that I have no this to earn that. If I come back Rafter I I've already saying. So it's like men Perko that like I'm just creating different planets, like, you know, people can people can enjoy them, come to them like or not. It's not. I don't know getting caught up into go whole right. What the perception of MAC Miller Veen to the music making his counter productive. You know, I'm just like aiding. We're talking about the life and music of MAC Miller, and we're playing a little bit of audio from two thousand sixteen interview with MAC. Miller. We were talking about his album, the divine feminine, which was a real. Through for him, their stuff on it as we played us on cloud. My favorite part that with our Anna Granda his then girlfriend that really isn't hip hop. It all, there's a lot of his live instrument playing on there. There's a lot of him singing which was a new thing, you know, and he actually had a really cool. So full voice of a little bit in that like ever last van likes, it's funny how some people, there's certain veins that people who wrap some as fallen when they sing slightly that. But like he definitely had legit talent as a singer. But in general writing, it really was a step forward..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Max are wrapping when he was about fourteen and was putting out mix tapes that people were listening to buy sixteen. And I've been listening to a lot of MAC in the past week for our coverage. DJ. And overwhelmingly I'm just kind of like, I'm glad what I was writing about in working on at sixteen isn't was not put out there. He matured a lot and he just a big part of that was the mature publicly. So when I spoke to him, it was two thousand sixteen and it was for his album, the divine feminine. And by that point, he was dating Arianna 'Grande Britney, maybe jump in here. What was the perception of them as a sort of celebrity couple when they started dating? Well, their career, at least MAC had always been linked with Arianna career. He was featured on one of her first big singles the way, and so they had known each other for about five years. I think, yeah, they know their since he was around twenty one. So they had worked together a lot and they start dating date for two years fans always knew that MAC Miller was a big part of his life. I think people were kind of expecting the date the way was like, people start to believe that they are going to start dating then, but they didn't. So it was always kind of. Expected. I think at least for their fan bases, there was a really funny thing which is a while ago after their break-up Arianna was responding to the idea that it was album about her and she said, no, it wasn't album about me. Just this song Cinderella and this song Cinderella is the raunchiest sex on I've ever heard in my entire life. I mean, it's it's like practically pornographic was fairly hilarious, at least to me that she felt the need about just just that song that's like, you know, if you listen to, you know, it's, it's just TM I, if you wanna know TMI about me, just listen to that one song. Let's hear the way for him. Feel so fine. Just so fun to hope you me on the Selley cell. sneaking. Frequents. Feeling only sleeping. So there's also a duet called my favorite part on the divine feminine. I really love that song and told MAC, I, I heard it just came up on some playlist and I had no idea what it was like. I didn't know it was him. I didn't even know if it was old song where new song as just like this really soulful shit when he was really pleased. Really like that. Let's hear that song..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Blue side park, so is critically reviled but commercially insanely successful. So we moved to LA build a studio in his house and then starts inviting artists. He thinks are interesting and like produces a full album for Vince Staples, and it should be mentioned that, you know, MAC, one of the things that was really interesting on him. He was a musician, you know, of course you're musician if you're a rapper, but he played a bunch of instruments and producer, he played piano. He played a ton of stuff and was you know jamming at a level where he were jammed with thunder cat and stuff, which you're watching movies. The song from the second album. Just recital that a member of shoe practice went on. Couple bad. One time for a revolution me and my. The posturing got less and less as the album's go out and say, there's still a little bit of that here, but you can produce the whole album for Vince tables in like you can even hearing on that, like it's not so far removed from blue slide park, but it's a lot muddier and murkier it's playing with a lot of darker tones, but also the themes are getting a lot darker. This is the start of him rapping about his death kind of a lot. That's a running theme and it's not in the self mythology ising way like to pocketed it was like an actual. He thought about his own death very often like what it would do to the people around him and like what would cause it. And you know, through all this, he was developing a substance abuse problem. Yeah. So this is about the time that he, he was very public and he would talk about this like in very Frank terms all the time, but he developed in obese problem with leeann which is, you know, a very popular drug for rappers. He would go through periods of sobriety and relapses, all the. Way through the up until the end of his life. It was a big part of both his music and his personal life like struggled with, but also thought about it seems like pretty clearly. Yeah. And when I spoke to him, he seemed pretty solid in sobriety, but also acknowledge it's a struggle, which is always the case. It got to the point. We were talking about this before we went on air, you know, everyone's pointing to tweet that Jay z. tweeted where he, you know, he was talking about favorite rappers. And MAC Miller was the one sort of white rapper that he gave a little love to. Yeah, and that that's a big deal. And then there's a picture framed MEC furniture out, you know, giant size and literally framed on his wall and who could blame him. Yeah. I mean, that was I think one of the things was that was really important to respect from his peers. And then obviously, if you get a shot up from Jay z, this was after Jay z, was inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. He was kind of thanking a lot of the people that he saw as paving the way and then kind of trying to annoy. It was very stream of consciousness. He was like talking about like how black rappers are great in the news like some white guys to shout out to MAC. And yeah, that must have meant the world to him..

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"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Hey, I'm Brian highest in this Rolling Stone music. Now I'm in the studio with Brendan Clinton, Berg and Brittany. Spanos. We'll be talking about the life and music of MAC Miller who died at the age of twenty six, which is an awful thing. He was really talented and we thought we devoted episode to him. Britney is going gonna be talking later about a ridiculous thing that happened in relation to this death, which was an apparent overdose, which is that people online were somehow blaming max x Arianna 'Grande for this. And that's part of a long standing trend in people's thinking which is fairly disgusting. Ridiculous. We'll get to that Brennan macalister really interesting case because his debut album blue slide park, which all the way back in two thousand eleven. He was super young, wasn't good. It wasn't great. I don't think it's that bad personally, but it certainly wasn't great. It was certainly was not a masterpiece Rolling Stone gave it. I think two and a half stars, but pitchfork gave it a rare one. Out of ten ranking, which as you were saying earlier, little bit of a stunt raking it, but that's something that when you get slammed that hard with your debut at something that Tarzan artist, and he reacted pretty strongly to all the negativity and turned it around in a way that's it's really amazing and unique could take us through that a little bit. So Mack was he read the reviews. That's kind of one of the things that defined his career. He was very interested in what critics thought of him. He was interested in improving his music. A lot of the reactions to his first album, which like capped off a series of mix tapes that he made when he was in high school was really reaction to the scene that people thought Mack noise was part of which was burgeoning at the time, a lot of people called it for rap. So it was kind of the stuff that you heard from Asher Roth and the sky, like Sammy Adams and all these, like very, like vaguely problematic, white dude's making hip hop that let college kids were supposed to party too. And max was obviously very carefree, white dude wrapping, but. He was always a little better, but his album kind of sold better got more attention. And he was seen as the poster child for this stuff. He always had like a facility with wrapping that was a little better and a more of an indepth appreciation for hip hop and like old artists. Let's hear from his debut party and Fifth Avenue just to get a sense of where he started from..

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"mac miller" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Unfortunately, which triggered legitimately hundreds of you to hit me up, asking me to talk about MAC. Miller, more people reached out to meet, asked me to talk about Mack Miller on Rb p than anything else anybody ever hit me up about regarding this show. And I thought that was super telling certainly worth more than just a mention at the beginning of the show. I mean is just tra-. It's a bummer. It's it's, it's, I feel for all y'all were huge fans and that and you know you down about this and wanted to do max and Justice by talking about him a little bit, maybe get him some more fans post humorously or whatever and let his name continue live on. But yesterday his body was put on a plane to Pittsburgh for his funeral, which is apparently a Jewish service that's going to be at a chapel in the city and inclosing. Here's a bit from a guy named binge ni. Grinberg's column was on billboard dot com. It was published today. It's title the MAC Miller remembered for his passion, sincerity and hopefulness. And I thought this was a very telling couple of paragraphs about MAC Miller from Mr. Grinberg. So here they are. MAC. Miller was not your typical music star, and that's what made him. So cherished MAC was the guy you grew up with or maybe he was you in your own coming of age. Moguls and celebrations. He talked about things you could relate to and was open about everything. He was going through. MAC never war disguise. He was who he was, whether you were with him in person, heard him in a song, saw him at show or worked with him in the studio and through all the ups downs and increased fame, he always he was always the same heartfelt funny, passionate, complex, and loving person. We all knew from the beginning to know MAC was to want to know him even better and dam. Was that man? Talented? He was without a doubt, the most gifted person I've ever known. He was an intricate wordsmith played every instrument and produced incredible music. He could perform his ass off. He even made a jazz EP on a whim. He had a million ideas per day. Mack was music through and through. He lived it and breathed it, and there was never a plan beaver him. Music was what he was put on this earth to make. He was a true visionary as true as artists come. I recommend you. Read that whole column. It was very good. It's a hell of a lot better than anything that I could or say about the situation. So I wanted to shine some light on that next segment. Animal of the week. This week's animal the week is the immortal jellyfish that I Ross bolan didn't know existed until today. I've never. I don't know how that is, or maybe I just like erased it from memory or something, but. The immortal jellyfish surreal thing. It's it's called terra tops. Dorney is it scientific name otherwise known as the immortal jellyfish is species of small biologically immortal jellyfish found in the Mediterranean Sea in the waters, Japan. And if you're wondering like what is immortal mean the definition as stated in the fucking dictionary is living forever never dying or decaying. Oh, yeah, this is a jellyfish doesn't die in you. Probably wondering how that is. I'm an explain it to you. Surprise. You can find this bad boy in the Mediterranean Sea and the waters. Japan. It is one of the few known cases of animals also. Very cool fact here that is capable of reverting completely to a sexually immature colonial stage after having reached sexual maturity as a solitary individual. So think Benjamin button here becomes fully grown reverse back into baby. You know, we also that Brad Pitt movie. I saw once it was okay. It was like six hours long..

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"mac miller" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"mac miller" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The works for rapper MAC Miller. The ex boyfriend of pop star Ariana GRANDE was found dead in his studio city home this afternoon. Some reports say it was a drug overdose. Paramedics got a coal before. Noon and arrived at Miller's home on valley crest drive in the upper reaches of laurel canyon efforts to revive immoral successful, Belarus, real neighbors. Malcolm McCormack had collaborated with them at romantically linked to pop star Arianna 'Grande until earlier this year. And it's believed substance abuse problems caused the break-up Alexa Greenwich whose family lived two doors down the street from Miller said while he was seen walking the neighborhood night. He didn't appear to look well, actually, my brother-in-law saw him not too long ago in person and saw that he kind of hadn't been in his own head. It seemed as though he was beside himself, although LAPD detectors were at the home for now. The coroner's office is referring to this only as a death investigation with no criminal activity indicated in studio city, Pete Demetrio, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. LA's police chief in city attorney helped to send a strong message with charges. Filed against more than five hundred people tied to more than one hundred illegal marijuana businesses. Nearly two dozen of the locations targeted have been shut down to date only one hundred sixty three cannabis businesses have temporary approval to operate legally. While he's dedicated to enforcing the city's rules and regulations. LA police chief Michael Moore says it's a shared responsibility that includes those buying we'd when they use a retailer that is not licensed, they undermine the safety of our communities. LA city attorney Mike fewer to those who would attempt to operate outside of the law. Our neighborhoods will not be overrun by businesses that flout the rule a list of lawful. Marijuana businesses can be found on the city's department of cannabis regulation website in downtown LA. Margaret, Cho arrow KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. A Canadian company is breaking ground this week cathedral city on a massive indoor farming project, but they won't be growing tomatoes or lettuce. Instead it will be over eight football fields worth of. Marijuana plants cathedral city mayors, Dan Henry, who's warmly? Welcome marijuana businesses. Toll KNX about the size and scope biggest cultivation facility that's gonna be currently out here in the cultural valley, total square footage is five hundred thousand square feet. It's high tech automated for medical grade cannibus, they're using Dutch greenhouse technology uses ninety percent, less electricity. And that's one of the reasons why they looked at coming out here to the desert Sears because the sun we have all year round. Henry says the pot farm will employ one hundred people and raise more than five million dollars in tax revenues taxes raised from pot businesses has allowed cathedral city to expand some of its services. Another reminder just minutes away your chance to win a pair of tickets to UCLA football versus Fresno state on September fifteenth. Plus a pair of tickets to see Dustin Lynch at the fair on September twenty third our timeline. Contest coming up at five twenty four. Also, an injury crash to tell you about on the fifty five intestine traffic in less than four minutes. It's five eleven we work.

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