These must be Mac Miller's "I mean business" specs.
Last night's "Mac Miller And The Most Dope Family" showed us Mac's entrepreneurial side, with a special glimpse into his Pittsburgh cinema partnership. Even at a young age, the artist remained headstrong about remodeling the run-down movie theater, but it turns out saving the building wasn't the first time Mac's made waves in the business world.
The Pittsburgh City Paper reports that the successful rapper invested his millions into launching REMember Music with "Most Dope" co-star, Quentin Cuff. The label will showcase some of the most talented acts to come out of the 'Burgh, including Mac's own alter-ego, Larry Fisherman. And although Mac is known primarily for his hip-hop music, fans may be surprised to know that the urban genre will not be the sole representation of the record company's sound. The REMember Music artists range from a pop songwriter to a trap music rapper -- check out their profiles!
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