It's been a busy couple days for mixtapes. While you were enjoying and recovering from Thanksgiving, Mac Miller, Lupe Fiasco and Vado all dropped new mixtapes.

Mac says his project, Black Friday, which comes just weeks after he dropped his debut Blue Slide Park, is a collection of old recordings from when he was 15 or 16-years-old.

Like he did two years ago (Enemy of the State: A Love Story), decided to give his fans some free music on Thanksgiving, this time with the new mixtape Friend of the People. More than half a year removed from his latest full body of work, his third solo album, Lasers, the Chicago MC is back with this 12-track lyrically potent mixtape.

Last year, Vado released his debut retail effort, the street album Slime Flu. Now, the Interscope-signed Harlem native has returned with the follow up, Slime Flu 2. This one he's giving to the people for free.