2x12" Heavyweight Vinyl - Macadelic is the seventh Hip Hop mixtape by American rapper Mac Miller. It was released online via free digital download on March 23, 2012. It includes the hit single "Loud". Mac Miller went on The Macadelic Tour in support of the mixtape in the Spring of 2012. He performed at 18 shows in the United States and 3 in Europe. Since its release, it has been viewed over four million times times, downloaded over 1.3 million times, and streamed over 1.4 million times from the official host of the mixtape, DatPiff.com. The mixtape was later remastered and rereleased on May 4th, 2018.
The first release following his mainstream breakthrough, Macadelic found Mac Miller turning inward while expanding his production scope to include psychedelic explorations and darker tones. His seventh mixtape, the woozy set arrived in 2012, just months after Blue Slide Park topped the charts (the first indie debut to do so since 1995). Coinciding with his ascent in the hip-hop scene, Macadelic recruited a crew of high-profile guests, including Kendrick Lamar, Juicy J, Cam'ron, Joey Bada$$, Lil Wayne, Sir Michael Rocks, and Casey Veggies, who sharpen Miller's focus and boost his street cred. Along with inspired samples of the Beatles and the xx, Macadelic also included the single "Loud," which topped the Heatseekers Songs chart and was certified gold. After Miller's passing in September 2018, Macadelic became one of seven Miller efforts to land on the Billboard 200, debuting just outside the Top 100.
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Mac Miller was an American rapper from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was also a noted record producer under the pseudonym Larry Fisherman. 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, which all peaked in the top 5.
Mac Miller was found dead in his California home on September 7, 2018. A drug overdose is suspected to be the cause of death. He was 26 years old. Read more on Last.fm
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