DJ Capcom and Mac were also down with the idea of giving the people a little free somethin’ somethin’ on this consumer’s holiday and decided to drop this tape consisting of tracks Malcolm laid down when he was about 16. I haven’t actually got around to listening through all of this one (only a handful of tracks thus far), so don’t have much to say. It should be pretty apparent though that Mac found fame in switching up his style. Also, I know he spent at least a portion of his high school career rapping under the name Easy Mac, so maybe that’s something to listen for on this tape (there’s a little inside info I’m not sure you can find on the web). Tracklist and download below.
Update: “Girls In The Palm Of My Hand” Mac drops the Easy Mac name, told you.
1. DJ Capcom Freestyle Ft. Beedie
2. Stop Bitchin’ (Prod. By Big Jerm) (Full Version)
3. What If? (Prod. By James Moore)
4. No Hook
5. Girls In The Palm Of My Hand (Prod. By Johnny Juliano)
6. La Familia Ft. Ghosty
7. Born On Halloween Ft. Ghosty
8. When The Money Come Slow (Prod. By Rod Da Blizz)
9. The Stick Up
10. The Introduction
12. On My Grind Ft. Jimmie Hoffa (Rare)
13. Cartel Gathering Ft. Beddie & Jimmie Hoffa (Rare)
14. First Radio Freestyle Ever
15. U-Stream Word Game Freestyle (2008)