Mac Miller "Watching Movies With The Sound Off" Release Date, Cover Art, Tracklist & Album Video Stream
UPDATE #3: Mac Miller, Rostrum Records and Most Dope offer the public a chance to listen to "Watching Movies With The Sound Off" synced with the sea-turtles and nature film made by Rory McGuinness.
Many artists these days announce their album release dates via Twitter. Mac Miller did just that, but not before taking a less conventional route.
During a Ustream session, in which Mac sat in a bath tub, the Pittsburgh rapper revealed that his album release date is June 18.
The album, titled Watching Movies With the Sound Off, is a follow-up to 2011's debut Blue Slide Park, and will reportedly include 16 tracks and three bonus songs.
“I’ve been working harder on this album than any project i have ever been a part of. This is by far the most time i have spent on an album,” said Mac according to Rap-Up. “I have been killing myself with anticipation, waiting to give this to you all. after nine long-ass months. it’s finally time to get started.”
Mac then confirmed the announcement via Twitter:
Watching Movies With The Sound Off: June 18th— Mac Miller (@MacMiller) May 2, 2013
Miller dropped a video for the lead single "S.D.S" last week.
UPDATE: Yesterday (May 8), Mac Miller tweeted the artwork to Watching Movies With The Sound Off:
UPDATE #2: The tracklist has been revealed for Mac Miller's Movies With The Sound Off. According to HipHop-N-More, listeners can expect the following:
1. The Star Room
3. I’m Not Real (Feat. Vinny Radio & Earl Sweatshirt)
5. Bird Call
6. Matches (Feat. Ab-Soul)
7. I Am Who Am (Killin’ Time) (Feat. Niki Randa)
8. Objects In the Mirror
9. Red Dot Music (Feat. Action Bronson)
10. Gees (Feat. ScHoolboy Q)
11. Watching Movies
12. Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes (Feat. Jay Electronica)
14. Someone Like You
18. O.K. (Feat. Tyler, The Creator)
UPDATE #3: Mac Miller has posted the full-length Vimeo video version stream to his sophomore album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off on his own MacMillerOfficial.com website. At just over one hour long, the Rory McGuinness-directed nature film projected in conjunction with the album was premiered last week at Rostrum Records' release party for the album. The party took place at Lower Manhattan's storied IFC Theater.
Mac Miller's Watching Movies With The Sound Off releases tomorrow (June 18) on Rostrum Records.