Mac Miller on New Mixtape 'Faces': 'Don’t Tell My Mama I Got a Drug Problem'

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Mac Miller backstage at the Wild Jam in San Jose, CA, December 15, 2013

Mac Miller may not always keep it mom-friendly but there are surely a few out there stoked the Pittsburg rapper opted to drop a new mixtape on their special holiday. 

Miller’s 24-track “Faces” includes features from the likes of ScHoolboy Q, Sir Micheal Rocks, Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul, Thundercat, Rick Ross, Vince Staples, Da$H and others. Just as mixtapes have shaped Miller’s career (this is his 11th), defining his life journey and evolution as a wordsmith, “Faces” shows him introspective, ruminating over his drug use, fame and past. 

And, yup, he mentions his mom too. On the Earl Sweatshirt-sponsored “New Faces” where he raps: “Just went through a half ounce of coke, blood pouring all out my nose/Don’t tell my Mama I got a drug problem, I’m f-cking high, we publicized when the sun go down, I come alive.” 

In January Miller announced he would be leaving Rostrum Records, the independent label that helped build him from an underground mixtape hero into a chart-topper with his 2011 debut album “Blue Slide Park”. 

Miller's "Faces" is available for download at his site To download, one must make a "sammich" and provide his or her email address. 

See the "Faces" cover art and track list below:

Mac Miller's "Faces" Tracklist:

01. Inside Outside
02. Here We Go
03. Friends (feat. ScHoolboy Q)
04. Angel Dust (feat. King Ralph Of Malibu)
05. Malibu
06. What Do You Do (feat. Sir Michael Rocks)
07. It Just Doesn't Matter
08. Therapy
09. Polo Jeans (feat. Earl Sweatshirt and Ab-Soul)
10. Happy Birthday
11. Wedding
12. Funeral
13. Diablo
14. Ave Maria
15. 55 (feat. Thundercat)
16. Colors And Shapes
17. San Francisco
18. Insomniak (feat. Rick Ross)
19. Uber (feat. Mike Jones)
20. Rain (feat. Vince Staples)
21. Apparition
22. Thumbalina
23. New Faces (feat. Earl Sweatshirt and Da$h)
24. Grand Finale


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