Now Hear This: Mac Miller's 'Watching Movies With the Sound Off'

Mac Miller releases "Watching Movies With the Sound Off" next week. What should we expect from the Pittsburgh rapper?

Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller is set to release his sophomore album, Watching Movies With the Sound Off, next week. Through both social media and his MTV reality show, "Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family," the 21-year-old has won over a lot of new fans since his first album debuted in 2011. Now it's time to find out if Miller's new fan base is ready to get behind his music.

Watching Movies With the Sound Off will feature Earl Sweatshirt, Action Bronson, Schoolboy Q, Casey Veggies, Tyler the Creator, and Jay Electronica, among others. With so many guest appearances on the album, fans can only wonder how many tracks will be left to Miller alone. Too many guest appearances on a solo album usually means trouble for hip-hop artists.

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Mac Miller

Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller is set to release his sophomore album, Watching Movies With the Sound Off, next week. Through both social media and his MTV reality show, "Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family," the 21-year-old has won over a lot of new fans since his first album debuted in 2011. Now it's time to find out if Miller's new fan base is ready to get behind his music.

Watching Movies With the Sound Off will feature Earl Sweatshirt, Action Bronson, Schoolboy Q, Casey Veggies, Tyler the Creator, and Jay Electronica, among others. With so many guest appearances on the album, fans can only wonder how many tracks will be left to Miller alone. Too many guest appearances on a solo album usually means trouble for hip-hop artists.

Some of the album's other features include Loaded Lux, Gucci Mane, and Kid Cudi. Producers include Pharrell Williams, S.A.P., I.D. Labs, Diplo, and Flying Lotus. Diehard Mac Miller fans are hoping that the album will have a more put-together vibe than Miller's debut album, which many consider a disappointment.

Stay tuned to STACK Gamer for more news about Mac Miller and his sophomore album.


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