What’s up citizens this ya guy Rob Markman with The Rob Report, where we break down music for the game’s hottest artists. Last week we reviewed Drake and Future’s What A Time To Be Alive and this week we’re going to the Burgh to rock with Mac Miller’s Good AM.
When we first officially met Mac Miller, he was a bright-eyed 17-year-old with a digital mixtape in hand. Now he’s 23 and he’s gone through some things. Mac shows some real growth on tracks like “ROS,” “Ascension,” “Perfect Circle” and “God Speed” aka the realest song Mac has ever wrote.
Mac delivers the perfect mix of introspective cuts and hit records. “Weekend” with Miguel has a ton of potential, “In The Bag” has a crazy bounce and “Jump” may be Mac’s biggest sounding record yet.
If there are any flaws it’s that Good Am‘s 17 tracks makes the album a bit long, but there is no shortage of highlights. “100 Grandkids” is dope, the Ab-Soul assisted “Two Matches” is lyrical as hell and “Break The Law” and “ClubHouse” are both bangers.
I’ve always been a Mac Miller fan, but I dont know that I’ve ever been more excited about a Mac Miller album. I think he just delivered his best yet, that’s why I gotta give Good AM a 9 out of 10. but that’s just my opinion hit me on twitter @RobMarkman and let’s talk about it. I talk back.