When Mac Miller is bored being himself he slips on a new identity in the studio (see EZ Mac, Larry Fisherman, Larry Lovestein & The Velvet Revival, etc.) and goes about his business as usual.
In honor of Halloween, we now have the pleasure of meeting the Rostrum Records emcee's lastest incarnation. Meet Delusional Thomas.
On a new, freebie 10-track EP, in the vein of last year's You EP, Miller transforms into Thomas on the mic, while also assuming his producer alter-identity (Larry Fisherman) behind-the-boards. Joining Miller on the sample-free project are guests Earl Sweatshirt and Da$h.
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"Don't Mind if I Do" (2010)
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