Mac Miller announces a new mixtape set to be released on Mother's Day.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native Mac Miller is slated to release a new mixtape on Mother's Day.
During show at Carnegie Mellon Saturday night (April 12), Mac announced that he'll be dropping the tape May 11 and performed three songs off of it including "Therapy," "Insomniac" and a third one whose name wasn't mentioned. The title of the project was also unmentioned.
Mac Miller yelled out during his performance of the unnamed track, "I did it all without a Drake feature," possibly referring to a January interview in which he said Drake had “the game on lock” with how he releases music.
“This is the name of the game for 2014, D.A.D.D. Do as Drake does,” he said. “Because Drake had the game on lock. If you wanna watch how anyone releases music and puts out an album, watch Drake." Mac also recently told MTV he's already recorded four albums for 2014.
"I have four albums done right now — not done, but four albums that have a foundation and have at least seven songs on each of them," he said.
Mac Miller's last project release was 2013's Watching Movies with the Sound Off. He is currently on tour.
Watch videos of Mac Miller's performances below: