The Kansas City emcee gets back to the music.
Don't get caught slipping.
In what is his second appearance at the Dopehouse today ("Don't Shoot" being the first), Chamillionaire assists Mac Lethal on the anti-majors/pro-indie "Don't Piss Me Off." Take a listen below and receive a free download of Mac's Postcards From Kansas EP (which includes this song) when you cop his new book Text Messages From Bennett
In what is possibly his most creative video to date, Mac Lethal recreates The Throne's "Ni**as In Paris" with nothing but hair products, then proceeds to do his emcee thing. PREVIOUS: Mac Lethal – Beatbox + iPhone + Guitar + Fast Rap = Win (Video) | You’re vs Your (Video)
Don't let the title fool you. Mac uses this creation to gets some things off his chest. You can cop the track here, and if you do proceeds will be donated to the families of the Newtown CT victims. Head down bottom for the lyrics.
Now that Thanksgiving has come and went, the Rugged Man and Mac Lethal get into the Christmas spirit the only way they know how. Legends Never Die, coming soon.
In the latest installment of Nerdy White Kid, Mac Lethal breaks down the correct grammar usage of "you're" and "your". Follow along kiddies.. PREVIOUS: Mac Lethal – Jake + Olive (Video)
Mac Lethal and Shabooty sat down at Shabooty’s alma mater, The University of Maryland, and we chopped it up… This man went from Indie Hip-Hop to mainstream iHop with his 23 million views and counting, Pancake Rap viral video. But Mac Lethal has always been on my radar. It is impossible to go to a
Off Brav's upcoming debut, The Illy-Ad, dropping February 29th. And no... this is not about a ride belonging to the dopehouse's resident Troll haha. DOWNLOAD: MC Bravado - Marty McFly's Delorean f. Mac Lethal & Koncept (prod. EP of Doppelgangaz)
Directed by Kyle Harbaugh. For his latest offering, Mac tells an incredibly touching (and true) love story about his grandparents. Irish Goodbye -- which is entirely produced by Seven -- will finally be available on New Year's Eve.
After his fans chose Chris Brown's Look At Me Now instrumental for his latest "fast rap", Mac Lethal takes to the kitchen and cooks up some pancakes. Lyrics provided after the jump.
Considering a unfinished demo leaked, Mac is letting loose the official version of his and Seven's latest collaboration.