Mac Miller ft. ScHoolboy Q - Gees

Posted 3 years ago
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With his second independent full-length flying off the digital shelves, Mac Miller is undoubtedly enjoying the Gees rolling into his bank account. Surprisingly enough, though, the title of the project’s latest single refers not to thousand-dollar paper stacks, but to the family-friendly expletive, which he employs on the record’s very family-unfriendly hook: “Suck my d**k before I slap you with it. / Gees!” Released along with trippy visuals by ILLROOTS/ILLAMERICA, this cut finds Miller delivering a cocktail of allusive punchlines (“I’m Hyper than Williams’ middle son.”) and blunted non sequiturs (“I’m a highly difficult ropes course.”) over some appropriately hazy production by Cool Kids rapper/producer Chuck Inglish. TDE emcee ScHoolboy Q lends his flow to verse three. Released June 18, via Rostrum Records, Watching Movies With the Sound Off is available now wherever fine music is sold.

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