According to an interview with Rolling Stone, Mac Miller spoke about a recent inspirational jam session he had with Post Malone and Thundercaat which could lead to a full-length project.
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“Me and Post have been talking about doing an album, so we got together”, Miller began. “And then Frank Dukes has worked on a bunch of my records, but we had never met, so he came through, too. And then Thundercat appeared and we all started jamming…It was beautiful. We were just having a great time.”
Post Malone recently collaborated with a Mac of a different name, coming out during Mac DeMarco’s set at Fuji Rock festival last week.
Covering ‘Sukiyaki’, a 60’s classic song by a Japanese artist called Kyu Sakamoto, DeMarco invited Post Malone on to join him mid-song and the two performed together.
Last month, Post Malone played at London’s Wireless festival during the World Cup. The singer famously said “football’s coming back” during his set only for the crowd to chant Three Lions’ “football’s coming home” back at him in correction.
Post Malone’s appearance comes less than a month after he offered to sing at Justin Bieber’s wedding for free. The rapper has also received several nominations at this year’s upcoming MTV Video Music Awards, including artist of the year and song of the year.