EPISODE 15: Mac Miller – The Divine Feminine Album Reaction
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The musicality of Mac Miller is criminally underrated among music listeners. Most people don’t even know that Mac can play the drums, piano, and guitar. Fortunately, the cleverness and poetic connection of his lyricism hasn’t gone unnoticed. On The Divine Feminine Mac is expressive, honest, and more creative than ever. With throwback elements of his Jazz EP You under his other moniker Larry Lovestein, the production is extremely versatile, given the fact it’s billed as a Hip-Hop album. The beautiful fusion of neo-soul, R&B, chill trap, jazz, and of course Hip-Hop, all combines for an experience that results in Mac’s most memorable album yet. Following his excellent 2015 release GO:OD AM, Mac steps up his game again, which is getting to be a positive habit for him. Mac’s ability to work with all music is one of the many factors that makes him a step ahead of his competition. Joined by Ty Dolla $ign, Anderson .Paak, Ariana Grande, CeeLo Green, Bilal, Njomza, and Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller’s latest work is an album of infatuating and soothing proportions. Lead single “Dang!” and songs like “My Favorite Part”, “Planet God Damn”, and “Stay” are shining moments from an album that truly stands out.