Mac Miller Launches OldJewish.com, Answers #AskMac Questions On Twitter
Mac Miller confirms his appearance on Ab-Soul's "These Days," reiterates his Kendrick Lamar reference on "Faces," and champions Vince Staples.
Shortly after answering dozens of questions on his Twitter page tagged with an #askmac hashtag, Mac Miller posted the URL of his recently launched promotional site OldJewish. Visitors to the oldjewish.com domain are tasked with building a digital “sammich” in return for a download of the rapper’s recent Faces mixtape.
Earlier today, Mac Miller opened up his Twitter page to fans’ questions about the release.
#askmac anything bout faces— oldjewish.com (@MacMiller) June 1, 2014
Within an hour of his initial Tweet, the #askmac hashtag began trending in Pittsburg. Among the questions that Miller received, one fan asked how Kendrick Lamar might respond to his mention on the ScHoolboy Q featuring “Friends” track from Faces.
On “Friends,” Mac seems to rap: “I got them 4G, L-T-E connection bars / No 'Control,' fuck Ken Lamar (fuck you Kendrick!)”
Asked about the possibility that Lamar might respond with a diss, Miller again referenced his own lyric.
During the campaign, Miller also confirmed his appearance on another TDE rapper’s album.
Responding to another question, Miller hinted that a collaboration with Miley Cyrus didn’t live up to her expectations and will likely remain unreleased.
Elsewhere, Mac shared hopes for a collaboration with Radiohead member Thom Yorke, clarified lyrics from his Faces release, and confirmed further collaborations with Vince Staples, Casey Veggies, and Wiz Khalifa. During the fan-based interview session, Miller also verified having completed as many as 600 unreleased songs.