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K.I.D.S (Kickin Incredibly Dope Shit)
Vinyl record
2010 Hip Hop / Rap Mixtape Available For the First time on Vinyl 2x12" LP.

A lot changes between the ages of 18 and 25, as Mac Miller can tell you. The Pittsburgh rapper's breakthrough mixtape K.I.D.S. was released 8 years ago today (August 13, 2010), and since, Mac has earned the first independent debut to top the charts since 1995, signed a 10 million dollar imprint deal with Warner Bros., and found the love of his life and a consistent collaborator in pop star Ariana Grande.

Given the occasion, Mac ruminated on his K.I.D.S. mixtape on Twitter and Instagram today. "8 years ago this motherfucker changed my life. Those gentlemen on the cover are still my best friends in the world, other than the ugly dude with the backpack," he wrote, making a characteristically self-deprecating joke. "I started touring 3 days later. Thank you to every human being who was there."

Last year, Mac Miller released his fourth studio album, The Divine Feminine, his most soulful and melodic project to date. It's a pretty big jump from the Lord Finesse-sampling work he was doing on the 2010 tape, but the personality at the center of the music has remained consistent. Speaking of Lord Finesse and K.I.D.S., the rapper and producer famously sued Mac for sampling him on the mixtape track "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza," despite the song being released for free. The $10 million case was eventually settled for an undisclosed amount in 2013.

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Kickin' Incredibly Dope Shit (Intro)
Get Em Up
Nikes On My Feet
Senior Skip Day
The Spins
Traffic In The Sky
Don't Mind If I Do
Paper Route
Good Evening
Ride Around
Knock Knock
Mad Flava, Heavy Flow (Interlude)
Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza
All I Want Is You
Face In The Crowd
La La La

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Malcolm McCormick, also known by his stage name Mac Miller, was an American rapper, singer-songwriter and record producer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was also a noted record producer under the pseudonym Larry Fisherman. Raised Jewish and teaching himself music from a young age, McCormick defied the stereotypes of hip-hop and released his first mixtape under the name EZ Mac, titled "But My Mackin' Ain't Easy" in 2007, when McCormick was only fifteen. He released many more in his lifetime, including "K.I.D.S." in 2010, which earned Mac widespread attention in the hip-hop scene, and "Best Day Ever" in 2011, which featured the hit single "Donald Trump". He was signed to Pittsburgh-based Rostrum Records and released his debut album Blue Slide Park on November 8, 2011, which debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 despite being released completely independently. He released five studio albums in his lifetime, which all peaked in the top 5, along with a posthumous album titled "Circles" with help from producer Jon Brion and Miller's family. In 2013, Miller released his second studio album, "Watching Movies With the Sound Off". The album featured artists such as Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler the Creator, Ab-Soul, and long-time friend Schoolboy Q. The album took a more personal approach compared to his previous works. In 2014, Miller released the 24-track mixtape "Faces". Considered by many to be one of his best works, he explores themes of drug use, employing and featuring collaborators of Mac from his previous album, including Schoolboy Q and Earl Sweatshirt, but also sees new faces such as Rick Ross. In 2015, Mac released his third studio album, "GO:OD AM", his first with new label Warner Records. The album featured a more energetic and vibrant theme than "Faces" and "Watching Movies With The Sound Off", reflecting a more optimistic, redemptive angle on his personal life, while maintaining elements of his introspective and thought-provoking style from earlier works. In 2016, Miller released his fourth studio album, titled "The Divine Feminine". He explores themes of love and femininity, largely influenced by his relationship with Ariana Grande at the time and featuring appearances from the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Anderson Paak. In August 2018, following major events in Miller's life, including his breakup with Ariana Grande, with Miller's drug addiction alleged to be a contributing factor, as well as a car crash incident in which McCormick was charged with a DUI, Miller released his fifth and final studio album during his lifetime titled "Swimming". Continuing the dive into his personal life, Miller explores his heartfelt struggles and grief in the past, but remains optimistic for the future. Swimming was nominated for Best Rap Album posthumously at the 2019 Grammy Awards. Miller had struggled with substance abuse for a long time before his death. On September 7, 2018, he was found dead in his home in Los Angeles, California from an accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol, only a little over a month after the release of "Swimming". He was only 26 years old. McCormick was buried in his hometown of Pittsburgh. Miller's passing was largely unexpected and had a large impact on the hip-hop community as a whole, with many paying their respects to Miller. On October 31, 2018, a tribute concert, titled "Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life", featured renowned artists and many longtime collaborators of Miller including Travis Scott, Schoolboy Q, SZA, Chance the Rapper, and Earl Sweatshirt. The concert was a celebration of the late rapper's life and musical achievements, and all profits were donated to the Mac Miller Circles Fund, which provides young people from underprivileged backgrounds with opportunities to explore arts and music. In January 2020, Miller's posthumous album titled "Circles", worked on in companionship with his album "Swimming", was announced on January 8 along with the single "Good News" and released later that month. Every track on the album was accompanied by a video of the same name, often with psychedelic imagery and images of Mac before his passing and throughout his life. With a more melancholic theme compared to his previous works, the album was well-received by fans and critics alike, renowned for the care placed in continuing Mac's artistic vision. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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