Exclusive: The Kansas City emcee has Devin The Dude and Evidence on new LP, and pokes fun at popped collar types.
Kansas City emcee Mac Lethal is most known for his 2007 album 11:11 [click to read] with Rhymesayers Entertainment. In the time since, the Black Clover Records founder has been talking about a lot of Pop culture in his verses. With songs such as "At Least There's Twitter" [click to read] hitting the 'net earlier this year, Mac has now turned on, what pop culture calls "bros." Inspired by "Lookin' Bro" pokes fun at stereo-typical popped-collar types with its lyrics and self-edited video.
"I find these types of dudes to be absolutely repulsive, and hysterical. I still watch this video, and am in disbelief that people leave the house looking like this. So I had to get 'em," Mac Lethal told HipHopDX. Of the video he edited, he added, "I threw Asher [Roth] in the mix because I'm an asshole."
Mac Lethal's next album Love Potion 5 hits stores September 29. The album features Evidence and Devin The Dude. It will be released through Black Clover.
His upcoming tour dates are as follows:
9/18 - Riot Room - Kansas City, MO - BLACK CLOVER BEERFEST 4
10/6 - The Marquis - Denver, CO (Headlining)
10/8 - The Reef - Boise, ID (Headlining)
10/9 - Vixens - Sparks, NV (Headlining)
10/14 - The Glass House - Pomona, CA w/The Streets