So what does a #1 album get you? If you're Mac Miller, it gets you studio time with one of rap's most storied producers, Pharrell Williams. Less than a week after the Pittsburgh spitter's debut Blue Slide Park landed the #1 spot on the Billboard albums chart, Mac linked up with the Neptunes hitmaker in a Miami recording studio and got to work.
"He came down to Miami. He was like, 'Yo I want to do something,' " Pharrell told MTV News in an interview earlier this month. "He went in and again, just made like two really good records."
No telling where those records will end up, but Miller is pretty excited about the collaboration as well. "just made somethin' crazy with @Pharrell all I can say is wait til y'all hear this," Mac tweeted after the session in November.
Pharrell and Mac returned to the studio in January, this time with Busta Rhymes, Reek Da Villian and Kendrick Lamar. If the picture that Miller tweeted is any indication, fans can expect quite a bit from the two sessions.
While Mac crafted the majority of his Blue Slide Park album with local producers [article id="1678399"]E. Dan and Big Jerm at ID Labs studios,[/article] he has also been branching out, clocking in time with some of rap's most revered beatmakers. Aside from Pharrell, Miller has already recorded with DJ Premier, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Just Blaze.
The multiplatinum Skateboard P applauds Miller's efforts and toasts his recent success. "Mac Miller deserves it. He's working hard and he's happy. He's very thankful, he's a super humble kid and he deserves it," Pharrell said. "That's what the game needed, and it's just sprouting up everywhere and it's so awesome for us to all be able to do it."
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