Mac Miller is a silly goose. Since releasing his breakout mixtape The Jukebox: Prelude To Class Clown in 2009, his music has evolved from frat-rap, to introspective, to straight up goofy. His latest track, “Boo!”, features some wildly entertaining bars over a ClockworkDJ-produced drum loop.
Labeled as an interlude, expect this track to end up on an upcoming project from the Pittsburgh rapper. Keep in mind, he did sign a $10 million deal with Warner Bros. last October, so a new studio-album may be on the horizon. Listen to the track below.
The Lego Movie made $69.1 million when it debuted this weekend, thats the second-largest February debut of all-time after the $83 million grossed by The Passion of the Christ ten years ago. Warner Bros. chose the release date this weekend because they knew that word-of-mouth would carry into next weekend, and since everyone is off from school, that would give families more of an opportunity to watch the film. This is easily the largest debut for a Warner Bros. animated feature. The film cost just $60 million to make and is likely going to be the start of a new animated franchise.
If you’re going to continue to try and sleep on Curren$y‘s protege, and Jet Life Recordings upstart Young Roddy, get a very, very comfortable mattress, for that task is a daunting one. Still overlooked after about half a decade of consistency, Roddy continues to push forward, and today we have visuals for his track from Curren$y‘s most recent project, Red Eye, which found the Warner Bros. recording artist partnering up with BitTorrent. Watch the new video, and fans of JLR will be in for a treat today, as Curren$y is expected to release his hotly anticipated new collaborative mixtape, in conjunction with Young Roddy, Bales, before the end of business today.