Those dusty ass Diadora’s Mac Miller is rocking on the music video to this song is fly!

In my opinion, Mac Miller has been moving kind-of bizarre these days. He hasn’t really been bringing out music consistently, and when he does bring music out, they seem like experimental efforts. This track sounds like yet another experimental effort from the Pittsburgh product, as it features this hazy sound on the hook that sorta seems out of sync with the production (I kinda f**k with the mix, honestly). Thankfully, Mac’s rapping on his verses remind you of the old him, as he eases through the beat with his usual appeal and tricky flows. Don’t ask me what the f**k he’s talking about content-wise, though.

I like this era of rap where artists think it’s OK to be anti-social.