Stoner first, rapper second. That’s the story for Mac Miller as he releases a disappointing sophomore album that seems to be highly influenced by the marijuana smoke that clouds his mind. One look at Mac and you’ll understand how the lazy look is a direct reflection of the effort he put into this album.
The production easily out shined the flow and rhymes of Mac, but Mac had his moments with this album. “Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes” was one of the better songs on the album, but it still couldn’t live up to the potential that everybody thought Mac Miller had.
Most of the album was very average, consisting of a lazy flow, uncomplex rhyme scheme and very average song ideas. Watching Movies with the Sound Off is a very average album and fell short of my expectations.
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