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Mac Miller - EXCLUSIVE Mac Miller departs Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 19th August 2014

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Mac Miller - Rock in Rio Lisboa held at Parque da Bela Vista - Day 5 - Performances - Lisbon, Portugal - Sunday 1st June 2014

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Mac Miller - Rapper Mac Miller at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 30th April 2014

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Arsenio Hall Finally Returns To Late Night Chat After 19 Years Away


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Arsenio Hall is back! It's been 19 years since the comic last dominated the late night viewing slot with his popular combination of chat and music and after a hiatus lasting nearly two decades, he is back to reclaim his place among the elites of the chat show circuit.

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Arsenio Hall is back on late night TV

The 57-year-old former TV regular, whose late night shows famously included a sax-playing Bill Clinton and Magic Johnson's revelation that he suffers from the AIDs virus, will get a second chance at becoming a talk show mainstay again this Monday, 9 September, when he begins his run on The Arsenio Hall Show on syndicated television. It's been a lengthy stay away from the front of a camera, but it is a break that Arsenio has no regrets over and one that he feels he can return from with a bang.

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Kendrick Lamar 'Control' Rap: The Best Responses From The Hip-Hop World


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Big Sean's new track 'Control' was only released on Tuesday but already the rap world is up in arms over guest rapper Kendrick Lamar's 3 minute verse in which he boasts, disses and namechecks other artists in order to make it sound like he's the undisputed big dog.

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The Rap World Replies To Lamar.

Jermaine Cole, Big KRIT, Pusha T, Drake, A$AP Rocky, Mac Miller, NaS, Eminem, Andre 3000 and Meek Millz are not even all the names spat out by Lamar as the rapper compares himself to a King, the Pope and Italian writer/politician Machiavelli. He also adds in Lindsay Lohan, Sir Paul McCartney and Sean Connery for good measure, just in case Hollywood or The Beatles' guitarist ever considers encroaching on his self-anointed rap lordship.

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Hip-Hop's Sleeping Giant Awoken By Kendrick Lamar. What Took You So Long?


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Kendrick Lamar turned heads in the hip-hop world this week following the premiere of a new track by Big Sean - Control - featuring the Compton rapper.

It was the instant classic verse from Lamar that caused the stir, with the 26-year-old dubbing himself the "King of New York" and putting himself in the company of some of the game's very best.

"I heard the barbershops spittin' great debates all the time, Bout who's the best MC? Kendrick, Jigga and Nas," he spits.

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Kendrick Lamar Attacks Rap Peers' Out Of 'Control' Luxurious Lifestyles


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Kendrick Lamar has not been in the most subtle of moods of late. He's started to find the trappings of fame and fortune irritating or so his lyrics would suggest.

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Kenrick Lamar at the Way Out West Festival in Sweden.

Lamar's rant features of Big Sean's upcoming Hall of Fame album. The 7 minute long track, in which Lamar raps, has not been released owing to sample-clearance issues. This track, 'Control', is highly critical of the attributes of rap culture, including the frivolous lifestyles of other celebrities such as Lindsay Lohan.

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Mac Miller Announces Autumn 2013 Uk Tour Dates

Posted on 26 July 2013

Mac Miller Announces Autumn 2013 UK Tour Dates

Earl Sweatshirt Announces New Album 'Doris' Released August 20th 2013

Posted on 19 July 2013

Earl Sweatshirt Announces New Album 'Doris' Released August 20th 2013

In The Billboard Chart, Kanye West's "Yeezus" Dominates Again


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With all the buzz surrounding Kanye West’s Yeezus lately, it comes as no surprise that the release topped the Billboard 200 album chart this week. Everyone wants to know if Yeezus is as godlike as its creator claims and it’s selling out like hotcakes – whatever those are. In any case, Yeezus has shifted around 327, 000 copies in its first week – not exactly topping Kanye’s 2007 success with Graduation, but it was enough for the album to debut at No. 1 on Billboard, which is still pretty respectable. Those numbers also place Yeezus as the third bestselling album of the year – behind Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience (968,000) and Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories (339, 000).

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These days, Yeezy has a lot to celebrate.

Congratulations, Kanye! Despite what some of the songs claim, it isn’t exactly a godlike performance, but still – a solid week for West, who should probably be cut some slack, He is a newly appointed dad, after all. Following closely in the chart is – surprise, surprise – J Cole’s Born Sinner with 297, 000. Not a bad debut for what can be considered the rapper’s breakout album. Though for those, who were pitting Yeezus against Born Sinner, it’s pretty obvious who is winning at this point.

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Mac Miller Announces London Show June 10th 2013

Posted on 03 June 2013

Mac Miller Announces London Show June 10th 2013

Mac Miller Compares His Life To A Movie On New Song


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Mac Miller’s been teasing his fans about new material for some time now, but yesterday (May 9, 2013) he finally relented and dropped his new song Watching Movies – and as you’d expect with good ol’ Mac Miller, he did it with plenty of bravado too.

Tweeting"just something to play very loud" and linking to a Youtube clip of the video, Miller set his fans off with excitement, with the lyrics containing no small amount of smugness. Produced by Sap and Larry Fisherman, the Pittsburgh rapper eulogizes about his terrific lifestyle, indeed it’s so interesting that he declares, "looking at my life is like you watching movies." Indeed, Mac, but if you watch movies you’ll surely know that all the cocky guys get their comeuppance in the end.

The single caused the usual furore on Youtube that, well, anything that gets a few hundred thousand hits on Youtube does, with arguments breaking out left, right and center, presumably some casual racism got started, maybe some sexism, you know the sort of depressing stuff that goes down in the comments section. Miller was pretty chuffed about this though, commenting on Twitter "There's a huge religion argument going on in the YouTube comments for #WatchingMovies perfect." Absolutely, Mac. The album Watching Movies With The Sound Off is scheduled to come out June 18th. Check out the video below. 

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