Mac Miller & Madlib’s Unreleased "MacLib" Project Has "No Officials Plans" For Release

Bad information for anybody that was wanting ahead to MacLib: there are not any official plans for the venture's launch. 

A couple of weeks in the past, Thelonious Martin revealed that Mac Miller and Madlib recorded a joint project called MacLib earlier than the rapper's loss of life in September. Hip-hop heads rejoiced on the sound of a joint venture between Mac Miller and MadLib. Madlib's website Rappcats posted a statement earlier right now confirming the venture exists however there are not any precise plans to launch it any time quickly.

The assertion recalled how Mac Miller and Madlib initially related. After Mac recorded his verse on Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's title monitor off of Pinata, Madlib began sending Mac batches of beats which Mac would ship again. Without any discover, Madlib would come with these songs in his pageant set. Mac was ecstatic that Madlib spun a few of the tracks and texted Madlib's workforce:  My homie despatched me a video of one of many joints me and Madlib did that he was spinning... Made me completely happy.”

The two ended up creating an EP's price of music collectively which was purported to be the start of extra collaborations. The title MacLib grew to become the title after the venture from the metadata from a track Mac despatched again to Madlib.

"And that title, MacLib? Like Jaylib, it was simply within the metadata of one of many recordsdata he despatched over. “MacLib – Number four” it learn. The track nonetheless doesn’t have an official title, and there are not any official plans to launch the EP," the assertion reads.

Over the weekend, Madlib debuted some unreleased music with Mac Miller throughout his set in San Diego. 

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