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|Released||March 23, 2012|
Rostrum Records Studio
ID Labs Studio
|Genre||Hip hop, psychedelic hip hop|
|Producer||ID Labs, Sap|
|Mac Miller chronology|
Macadelic is the seventh mixtape by American rapper Mac Miller. It was released online via free digital download on March 23, 2012. It includes the hit single 'Loud'. Miller went on The Macadelic Tour in support of the mixtape in early 2012, performing 18 shows in the United States and 3 in Europe. Since its release, it has been downloaded over 1.3 million times and streamed over 1.5 million times from its official host, DatPiff.Macadelic was remastered and commercially released on May 4, 2018.
After the release of Blue Slide Park and I Love Life, Thank You/binding-of-isaac-rebirth-mac-download-5685/. in 2011, Mac Miller began working on another project. According to Miller, he decided to 'stop thinking about what kind of music [he] should make and just start saying what [he] wanted to say.' On March 23, 2012 Mac Miller released Macadelic and had a release party at Shadow Lounge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The music video for 'Loud' was also released that day.
Mac Miller's lyrical focus and subject is different from that of his previous major mixtape Best Day Ever. Also, the instrumentals on the songs have a psychedelic influence to the typical hip hop beat. While most songs' lyrics are rapped, hit songs such as 'Clarity', 'Angels (When She Shuts Her Eyes)', and 'The Question' featuring Lil Wayne are performed in a more poetic way. 'Desperado' ends with the introduction to 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds' by the Beatles. Another feature of Macadelic was its numerous cosigns and guest features. Mac Miller performed alongside Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Joey Bada$$, Sir Michael Rocks of The Cool Kids, Cam'ron, and Juicy J among others.Some of the more popular songs from the mixtape are 'Loud', 'Thoughts From a Balcony', 'Clarity', 'Lucky Ass Bitch', 'Angels (When She Shuts Her Eyes)', and 'The Question'.
Mac Miller Macadelic Tracklist
ID Labs produced several tracks on Macadelic as they did with previous Mac Miller projects. However, Macadelic introduces several new producers to Mac Miller such as Wally West who produced 'The Question' featuring Lil Wayne. SAP, who produced Mac Miller's hit 'Donald Trump' produced his song 'Thoughts From a Balcony' which was later released as a music video. Iman Omari who was featured on 'Fight the Feeling' along with Kendrick Lamar and 'Sunlight' produced 'Fight the Feeling'. Several other new producers worked on Macadelic as well. The song '1 Threw 8' features a sample from The xx song 'Fantasy'. Teddy Roxpin, who previously worked with Mac Miller on 'Get Up' and 'Futuristic Funk,' produced 'Sunlight.'
The album was named the 50th best album of 2012 by Complex.
Following Mac Miller's death on September 7, 2018, Macadelic debuted at number 106 on the US Billboard 200 with 8,000 album-equivalent units.
Mac Miller Macadelic Remastered Edition
Credits adapted from Spotify.
|1.||'Love Me As I Have Loved You'||Malcolm McCormick||Ritz Reynolds||1:15|
|4.||'Thoughts from a Balcony'||Sap||3:06|
|5.||'Aliens Fighting Robots' (featuring Sir Michael Rocks)||McCormick||Brandun DeShay||4:40|
|7.||'Fight the Feeling' (featuring Kendrick Lamar & Iman Omari)||McCormick||Iman Omari||5:02|
|8.||'Lucky Ass Bitch' (featuring Juicy J)||Lex Luger||4:18|
|9.||'The Mourning After'||McCormick||Two Fresh||3:08|
|10.||'1 Threw 8'||McCormick||Black Diamond||3:57|
|11.||'Ignorant' (featuring Cam'ron)||McCormick||Cardo||3:33|
|12.||'The Question' (featuring Lil Wayne)||Wally West, ID Labs||5:54|
|13.||'Angels (When She Shuts Her Eyes)'||McCormick||Clams Casino||3:23|
|14.||'Sunlight' (featuring Iman Omari)||McCormick||Teddy Roxpin||3:09|
|15.||'Clarity'||ID Labs, Ritz Reynolds||4:35|
|16.||'America' (featuring Casey Veggies & Joey Badass)||McCormick||Hannibal King||4:33|
|17.||'Fuck 'Em All'||McCormick||ID Labs||4:23|
|US Billboard 200||106|
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- ^'50. Mac Miller, Macadelic — The 50 Best Albums of 2012'. Complex. December 18, 2012. Retrieved July 19, 2014.
- ^Caulfield, Keith (September 18, 2018). 'Mac Miller's 'Swimming' Returns to Top 10 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart Following Death'. Billboard. Retrieved September 18, 2018.
- ^'Macadelic (Remastered Edition)'. Rostrum Records. Retrieved March 21, 2019 – via Spotify.Right-click the track and select 'Show credits'.
- ^'Mac Miller Chart History (Billboard 200)'. Billboard. Retrieved September 18, 2018.