Several ambulances were called to Stage AE on the North Shore Friday night during the Mac Miller concert.
It’s an understatement to say that 2 Chainz had a breakout year in 2012. His debut album Based On A T.R.U. Story has been nominated for a GRAMMY for Best Rap Album. But he’s also made […]
From the quick rhymes of a budding rapper to the rocking sounds of a local pianist, 2012 certainly sounded good with Pittsburgh’s local musicians.
Rap star Mac Miller has made it big, but he likes to come back home to Pittsburgh during breaks in his world tour. The former Malcolm McCormick stopped for lunch at Frick Park Market in Point Breeze, which became a YouTube sensation in his first rap video.
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So far, millions of people have watched Mac Miller’s video on YouTube for his new single, “Frick Park Market.” Business there has been booming.
His music videos are being featured on MTV, Rolling Stone magazine has covered him and his iTunes popularity keeps growing. Mac Miller, 19, graduated from Alderdice High School last year and is climbing the music charts.