Pittsburgh spitter Mac Miller has revealed he thinks ScHoolboy Q’s forthcoming Oxymoron is superior to the Platinum-selling good kid, m.A.A.d city of Kendrick Lamar…
Mac Miller was being his usual ambiguous self in the interview with HardKnock.tv, and said that he thinks Q’s album is ‘better’ than Kendrick Lamar’s latest album.
However he then admitted that regardless of which album is better, he was saying it to create hype about Oxymoron: “There is no such thing as a better album at the end of the day…They probably both are different. But I just wanted to say [that] because it creates more hype for [my] homie’s album. But I really believe that. Or do I? Or am I just saying it? Do I believe anything I say? What is life?”
It would appear that Miller is getting closer and closer to Top Dawg Entertainment, and he also revealed he is back working with DJ Jazzy Jeff on a project called 92 Til Infinity.
Unsurprisingly, the conversation also turned to the topic of Kendrick Lamar’s verse on Big Sean’s Control, in which Mac Miller is mentioned. Miller was only able to make light of it on his Twitter though, as he picked out Lamar’s focus on “not one more noun or verb” coming from the rappers Kendrick mentioned and tweeted:
“If I can’t do no more nouns or verbs ima start comin with the wildest adjective bars that anyone has ever heard.”
It’s just Mac Miller being his entertaining self, as usual then.
Pick up the new Clash Magazine with Lily Mercer’s interview with Mac.
Spotted via HipHopDX.
Words by Patrick Swift.