Back in March of 2011, Mac Miller revealed to TWV that he and DJ Jazzy Jeff were joining forces for a collaborative project. And while nothing has surfaced since, Mac shared with TheWellVersed and 2DopeBoyz that it’s still happening and it’s looking at an early 2013 release.
Miller explained that the concept for the upcoming ’92 Til Infinity where Mac Miller will rhyme over beats produced by some of hip-hop’s greatest producers from the 90’s is still intact, although he wouldn’t reveal exactly who will be involved. He just wants everyone to know that it will be a project that will introduce many of his younger fans to some of his favorite producers. Although that has always been his plan, it didn’t quite work out the way he expected when he rhymed over Lord Finesse’s “Hip 2 Da Game” on “Kool Aid and Frozen Pizza” back in 2010 and was subsequently slapped with a $10 million lawsuit. So, instead of rapping over old beats, Miller is looking to get legendary producers to give him original beats to rock over. In order to do that, Miller figures that Jazzy Jeff will certainly assist in landing those producers.
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