Mac Miller Says “Pink Slime” EP with Pharrell Is Back On, Expects 2014 Release

blame it on Shake December 10, 2013
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Back in 2012, Mac Miller and Pharrell had fans eagerly anticipating their collaborative EP, Pink Slime. But after the singles “Onaroll” and “Glow” came and went, nothing was left to be seen, or heard.

To say the two had “busy” 2013’s would be a huge oversight. Mac Miller’s Watching Movies With The Sound Off was released to critical-acclaim and the Pittsburgh native has been touring almost non-stop all year. Pharrell’s highly-successful year has been well documented as well. From becoming the 12th artist in Billboard charts history to simultaneously hold both the number one (Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines“) and number two (Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky“) singles, to releasing the first ever 24-hour music video with “Happy.” And let’s not forget the seven Grammy nods, including “Producer of the Year.”

The duo’s hectic schedules are exactly what Mac Miller blames as to why their EP hasn’t been released yet. Feat not though, as Mac revealed to Rolling Stone that he and Skateboard P have started up talks again and hope to get back in the studio to finish it up ASAP.

We actually just talked a couple days ago. I’m going to go see [Pharrell] [in Miami] and we’re going to finish it and put it out. Because the shit’s ill and people want it. We both had pretty wild years. We gotta do it!

All we gotta do it sit down for a few days and knock out songs.

In other Mac related news, his debut live album Live From Space, is due out on December 17th. Take a listen to the first two releases “The Star Room/Killin’ Time.”