Welcome to "Year of Mac," a yearlong endeavor to honor Mac Miller's legacy once a week across a series of personal essays, critiques, retrospectives, and interviews. We'll be covering everything from his discography and growth to old concert footage and lost tracks, to old mixtapes and skits, and anything else you could think of as it relates to Mac.
‘The Divine Feminine’ is more than a mere album about love.
In celebration of its first birthday, Donna and Yoh discuss Mac Miller's ‘Swimming.’
Sometimes, it pays to play favorites.
"I’m very, very sad that he’s not able to share any more days with us, but I’ll always keep the memories close to my heart.”
The artistic wunderkinds summoned the best of each other.
We look back at ‘Watching Movies’ through old Mac Miller interviews.
“He defined himself with everything he stood for.”
The more we play ‘Faces,’ the more we realize it was Mac Miller’s grand attempt to make this life a bearable one.