Mac Miller - Pittsburgh Kidz Get the Biz

Posted 6 years ago
Spunk Bigga

The 197th entry in our Freestyle Series comes courtesy of Mac Miller, the Steel City native who earned reader acclaim for mixtape cut Don’t Mind if I Do. On his brand new, exclusive Pittsburgh Kids Get the Biz freestyle, the Rostrum Records emcee flows over a Spunk Bigga-produced beat originally featured on McGruff’s Harlem Kidz Get Biz. Fresh off the release of his tremendously successful K.I.D.S. mixtape, Mac Miller is currently shooting videos, working on collaborations and preparing an “Incredibly Dope Tour” for his fans. In the meantime, readers will be able to catch the artist on the Smoker’s Club Tour with Currensy, Smoke DZA, and Big K.R.I.T. during October and November.

Readers can download a copy of In the Booth (Volume 4), featuring exclusive freestyles 91 through 120, here! Volumes one, two and three are available for download here, here and here. Keep it locked for the latest on Volume 5, coming soon!

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