- Artist: Mac Miller
- Track: Just Some Raps, Nothing to See Here, Move Along
- Producer: Sap
- Album: None (Promo Single)
It's the end of an era, folks. Mac Miller, the Pittsburgh native whose name has become synonymous with “indie success story,” has gone major. And it's hard to blame him; the contract that's been drawn up between Warner Bros. and the artist's Remember Records imprint is reportedly worth a cool ten million. To celebrate the occasion—and, perhaps, to reassure us that he's not about to switch up his eccentric style—Miller has liberated a new promo single bearing the wordy title “Just Some Raps, Move Along, Nothing to See Here." Sap mans the boards on the offbeat boom-bap banger, layering eerie guitar and theremin riffs over a head-noddable rhythm section as the emcee comes with his usual pop-referential, punchline-heavy brand of lyrical flames. JSR, MA, NSH is just a loosie but, rest assured, we'll keep you posted as Mac Miller embarks upon the latest chapter of his career.
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