Mac Miller on new material: 'I'm gonna capture every aspect of being a human being'
Rapper Mac Miller has opened up about the new material he has been working on recently and explained that it will encompass 'every aspect' of the human condition.
During an interview with the Rolling Stone, the 'Frick Park Market' star confessed that he wants to represent the reality of this generation on his new album:
"I'm gonna capture every aspect of being a human being... I think that artists and pop culture identities... simplify what it means to be a human and pigeonhole people into looking up to one role model. You're a thug, then you love Chief Keef. You like girls, then you like Drake. You're intelligent, then you like Kendrick Lamar. It ain't that simple. Everyone is just a blend of everybody."
Miller also admitted to MTV News that he has written enough music to fill four albums so isn't sure what format his next full-length release is likely to take:
"I have four albums done right now – not done, but four albums that have a foundation and have at least seven songs on each of them."
Watch his music video for 'The Star Room' below:
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