Listen to Mac Miller Drop Lines On ‘Ayye’
Ayye Mac Miller: Mac Miller’s “K.I.D.S Deluxe” comes furnished with two brand new tracks, including the E. Dan produced “Ayye.”
Mac Miller is one of those rare artists with recognizable melodic progress. You can begin toward the beginning of his discography and end up at Swimming and genuinely witness the progress as it happens.
A seemingly insatiable innovative, Mac drove himself to explore as both an emcee and a songwriter; it’s dreamlike that the same man who wrote Delusional Thomas is additionally answerable for “Dunno.”
But regardless of where your heart lies, it’s difficult to prevent the deny the simple bliss of the K.I.D.S era, where Mac was beginning to gain clarity as an emcee.
Today, Rostrum Records have delivered the Deluxe Edition of the K.I.D.S LP, which comes total with two new singles – “Back In The Day” and “Ayye,” produced by Mac’s long-term partner E. Dan.
Over a capricious instrumental, Mac gladly proclaims to be “all grown up,” puffing his chest out over a consistent drumline. “Too many people always thought I wouldn’t ever do shit,” he spits. “I’m ruinin’ my life and I’ll never get rich.”
Little did he know what he would proceed to achieve. Make certain to look at the two new Mac cuts, and give some affection for the fallen emcee in the comments area underneath.
Don’t fade to black, I’ma stain the map
Yeah, I’m changin’ rap and my name is Mac
Trust me, then I’m ready when the cameras flash
‘Cause the boy got presents like Santa’s bag
Travel everywhere, homie, Alabama and back
My fans in the back in the stand and they clap