Token Says Mac Miller’s "Swimming" Deserves Best Rap Album Win At Grammys
This previous Saturday would have been Mac Miller's 27th birthday and tributes to the late rapper have been shared in all places between household and followers of the "Self Care" music maker. One of the various artists who was impressed by Mac (Token) chatted with XXL about Mac's affect on his profession and his newest album, Between Somewhere.
“He impressed me to actually be sincere—actually be sincere," Token instructed the publication. "Some of the stuff he’s saying on Watching Movies With the Sound Off, he’s so totally sincere and it’s just like the ugly reality, even when it doesn’t sound correct."
"What I revered a lot about him is I felt like he may’ve stayed the route he was arising off, the true poppy floor—to not diss that—however I felt like that wasn’t his objective; fame wasn’t his objective," he added. "Doing creatively what he needed to do was his objective, and that evokes me ’trigger that’s what’s necessary to me, too.”
As for the upcoming Grammy awards, the place Mac is operating towards Cardi B's Invasion of Privacy, Nipsey Hussle's Victory Lap, Pusha T's Daytona and Travis Scott's Astroworld for Best Rap Album, Token thinks Mac deserves the win.
“I imply my two favourite albums of that [category] are Mac and Travis," he mentioned, selecting Mac's tape as his primary. "The album speaks to lots of people and also you kinda didn’t even notice when it got here out. But to see how many individuals have come out and mentioned how a lot that album means to them, I believe that has actually linked along with his viewers and speaks to them greater than the opposite ones do."