Mac Miller continues to stay in a class of his own.
The Pittsburg rapper’s fifth studio effort comes two years after his The Devine Feminine LP, a public break up from Ariana Grande, and a highly publicized arrest, Miller’s 13-track release shows the “Self Care” emcee tackling his music on his own.
Speaking with Beats 1, Mac told host Zane Lowe:
This time it took me a while to figure out what I wanted to say, what kind of music I wanted to make, and it was just a lot of experimenting. So we finally landed on some type of a path and I took my time.