Mac Miller Pushes Back Pharrell-Produced “Pink Slime”
It looks like fans anticipating the release of Mac Miller's collaborative project with Pharrell, Pink Slime, are going to have to wait awhile before it sees the light of day.
In a recent interview with Hot 97, the Pittsburgh rapper revealed that he will be delaying his long-awaited collaborative effort with Skateboard P. He explained that he feels his individual brand isn't solid enough to contend with the star power that Pharrell brings to the table on Pink Slime.
"The Pink Slime with Pharrell was the next move for awhile," he said. "So I was going down there [to Miami]. We were working. I just realized it wasn't time to do that yet, the Pharrell project. Before I take my brand and mix it with Pharrell's, I want to solidify what my brand is first. So I want to do my album first. The vibe is great. Whenever I go to Miami to work with Pharrell, it's different. I work in this dark cave. That's what my vibe is like," he said. "And then I go to Miami and it's sunny, a pool right outside and a lot of natural light."
Mac is currently working on his sophomore studio release, Watching Movies with the Sound Off, which features the recently released single "S.D.S."
Check out the full interview at the top.
[via Hot 97]