The 'Frick Park Market' rapper throws his rhymes in front of the artwork of his No. 1 album 'Blue Slide Park'.
Mac Miller has just debuted a music video for his latest single "Of the Soul". The "Donald Trump" hitmaker is spitting his verses to the camera in front of a white wall which is painted with the artwork of his debut album "Blue Slide Park". Some girls wearing white long-sleeved tees and shorts move their bodies to the mild hip-hop beat.
Miller released "Blue Slide Park" in November 2011. He debuted at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200, becoming an artist with the first independently-distributed debut album to hit the top spot since Tha Dogg Pound did so with their 1995's "Dogg Food". He reigned four other Billboard charts including Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
"Of The Soul" is the third offering from the chart topper. Coming from production hands of I.D. Labs, it's released to follow up "Frick Park Market" and "Party on Fifth Ave." both of which are also produced by I.D. Labs.
Mac Miller's "Of The Soul" Music Video