Back in October, news broke that Mac Miller signed a deal with Warner Bros Records and brought his independent label, REMember Music, with him. The new partnership is worth around $10 million. After his set at Odd Future's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, FADER got a chance to speak with Mac where he explained that the reason why he signed the deal was because it was time to take the next step and he wants to experience what it's like to have a major label backing him. He goes on to state that it's makes sense for where he is at this point in his career and that he doesn't "want to exist solely on the internet."

Watch the interview above.

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