Concert Review: Mac Miller at House of Blues


Because of the infatuation that many of today’s rappers have with releasing mixtapes rather than studio albums, it can be hard to judge just how much a hip-hop artist has done by looking solely at his or her track record with a major label. Such is the case for Pittsburgh native Mac Miller, who, despite dropping just his second studio album last June, has closer to nine releases when mixtapes are taken into account. Based on Miller’s set at House of Blues last night, his fans know his entire catalogue and sang along with nearly every tune. Along with openers Earl Sweatshirt, Chance the Rapper, and — to a lesser extent — The Internet, Miller rocked the stage and gave the young crowd its money’s worth.

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