Like most flicks, Mac Miller‘s sophomore set, Watching Movies With the Sound Off, had a few scenes left on the cutting room floor. Today, the Pittsburgh indie phenom unveils one such outtake, a collaborative cut by the name of Melt. Hip-hop vet Pete Rock handles production duties on this atmospheric jam, crafting a head-noddable, sampled backdrop (complete with soothing rainfall sound effects) for bars by Miller and West Coast phenom ScHoolboy Q. This unreleased joint is just a loosie but, rest assured, we’ll keep you posted on Mac’s plans as further details emerge.
Written by richard on 06/19/14
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