If anyone is in the position to offer up advice on the value of self-care, it's Mac Miller.
"I try and not think about what other people are doing as much as possible."
"He didn't know how huge it would be at the time."
We’ll watch artists fall, we’ll watch artists burn, and then shed a tear when all that's left is a burning corpse with a middle finger raised high.
For some, to live in LA is to die in LA.
New studio footage shows a snippet of Mac snapping over booming production from DJ Carnage.
Rap fans have to stop viewing underground artists graduating to the mainstream as the beginning of the end.
Another all-too-common real-life example of the objectification of female celebrities.
You’re no longer a part of the target youth demographic, and that’s okay.
This nightmare has the soundtrack it deserves.
2016 has been a breakout year for the new wave of hip-hop and R&B.
The "Divine Feminine" author talks about Marshall's role in his career as a rapper.
A new generation of artists are attempting to teach self-love.
If it wasn't for the charting anomaly that is Drake, Miller would have notched his second No. 1 album.
The Pittsburgh rapper reveals that his album was created with zero oversight from the label.
Whatever you thought this song would sound like, you’re probably wrong.
Mac Miller enters into a new world of sounds on his new love album "The Divine Feminine."