Mac Miller talks Wiz Khalifa, Pharrell, Waka Flocka + Message to Haters Nick Huff Barili sat down with Mac Miller for an in depth interview, this is part 2. Label mate Wiz Khalifa has Taylor Gang, Mac Miller has the Thumbs Up movement. Though he doesn't have a name for his fans yet Mac says that it's more important to him to spread positive vibes at all times movement. With Wiz and Mac's careers taking off, Mac says that they don't get to kick it and smoke as much as they use to because the are not often in the same part of the country. As the conversation continues Mac opens up about wanting to work with Pharrell, say he see himself doing a song with Waka Flocka and says he plan to release a free album in March called "Best Day Ever" featuring original production. He is not worried about signing to a major label and rather focuses on taking everything day by day.

Mac says that his is proud of the song he did with Freeway called P.A. but admits that going into it the studio he was wondering if Freeway respected him or knew what he did but that it was all love once they met.

The hype and buzz has brought some Mac Miller haters, what does Mac think of them? "Keep Hating!!" We will let him tell you why.

Mac ends the interview by saying that he will take your money in a basketball, Madden and NBA 2K (We might have to take you up on that!). Also, says that when its all said and done he wants to be proud of what he has accomplished and that he changed things for the better, including opening up charities, restaurants, etc. We see you young Donald Trump!

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