Even though I've loved more or less everything Mac Miller's put out after BSP, I always go into every project a little wearily. I expect to dislike it for some reason, yet he's always changing and growing and I love it.
"The Divine Feminine" is a feat. It's a love album by an established hip-hop artist, with even more established features. And it's really smooth and listenable. How on earth is that possible? The beats are awesome, Mac is growing as a lyricist, and the subject matter ... read more