People change and things go wrong but just remember life goes on.— Mac Miller
The most jittery Mac Miller quotes that may be undiscovered and unusual
No matter where life takes me, you'll find me with a smile.
Presumed to be happy, always laughing like a child. I never thought life could be this sweet! It's got me cheesing from cheek to cheek!
I be goofy, kinda funny. Acting stupid but they love me.
No matter where life takes me. Find me with a smile.
If life a joke then I’m waiting for the punch. You all about the beef but me, I’m bout the bun.
Girl I don't wanna share you We could be together, but you scared to I ain't gonna leave you My people tell me I should And when I blow I hope you know That I could have any girl I choose But as time goes by, baby all I'm gonna want is you
I ain’t no hipster, but girl I can make your hips stir.
Enjoy the best things in your life cuz you ain’t gonna get to live it twice.
Every single person in my life and every relationship I have is distant because all I do is music.
They told me never fall in love, It never works out in your favor.
You way too young and right now that's just human nature.
I'ma do my thing until the day the reaper come for me. You can keep on grillin', I'ma smile back.
In the quest to be a man, you start to learn you need your family.
If it wasn't for them, I'd be way closer to insanity.
We were just drinking some joint juice earlier.
I don't feel like taking pictures with anyone [or] doing anything. I just like chillin'.
I'm rockin' PJ's and no shirt. I smoke weed, eat yogurt
When you feel sad, it's okay. It's not the end of the world. Everyone has those days when you doubt yourself, and when you feel like everything you do sucks, but then there's those days when you feel like Superman. It's just the balance of the world. I just write to feel better.
I never thought life would be this sweet, It got me cheesing from cheek to cheek.
Radio's a scary thing for me. It's dope to be on there.
I'm underrated, don't fit on nobody's playlist / If I ain't in your top 10, then you're a racist.
I just like to sing for people who have lost love.
When being unable to differentiate a good from a bad decision:it has become time to follow your heart.
You can be labelled but if it doesn't speak to people then it won't work.
The social media and online has been really important. Fans are really smart too: they don't want to hear something manufactured or something that has too much marketing behind it.
I listen to a lot of different kind of music.
A lot of weird-ass music, like weird-ass, old Portishead.
The blogs have been great and everything, but I think, for me, it's better to have a central place on the Internet for all my fans to go and show their friends my YouTube, Twitter, and social networking sites. To have that spread all on its own and have a central station to get everything Mac Miller.
Music is what I love, take that away from me and I really got nothing.
I used to just think about what my fans wanted all the time.
But it just started feeling weird to me. I want to just show everyone who I am and stick to my vision. I have to trust myself.
I always thought I'd look corny in the type of rap video in the club with girls and all that type of stuff. I just didn't think I could really pull that off. We always think it's more fun and better just to go outside the box and to use our videos to show cool concepts.
I think that with the Internet, it has given a lot of people the opportunity to get themselves out there to the masses. But it's easy to group everyone that's on the Internet together. I try to cross and jump around between genres and different styles, kind of find my own niche.
The whole background of 'Avian' is rain.
I was just playing with textures and realizing you can touch music.
I've been listening to the old school hip-hop stuff and rock like The Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
I got problems, can't sleep at night. Cause your girl wanna come around and freak all night.
One thing I know about Willie Hutch: my homie, [Big] Jerm, listens to nothing but Soul music, so he put me on to all this Soul music back in the day.
My ideology was, if I just make very happy music, very happy music, then people will forget about whatever their problems are. I will forget about my problems.
If I stay in one mindset or place for too long, I get crazy.
Fear, to me, is a guiding thing more than anything.
At first you're doing it for yourself, it's about what sounds good to you.
It's about expressing yourself. Then you get comfortable as an artist and you find yourself and people get familiar.
I've been playing a guitar since I was 10 years old.
I play a bunch of instruments, like piano, drums, guitar and bass.
And the kazoo every now and then. I'm trying to learn how to play the trumpet and the saxophone. That's what I'm learning how to play.
People love you when they on your mind/A thought is love's currency.
You could have the world in the palm of your hand, but it don't mean a thing 'til you change it.
Being famous used to just defeat me. I wouldn't leave my house because I was worried about someone being like, 'Oh, are you Mac Miller?' and then the rest of the night I couldn't be myself.
I just have to accept that I won't ever be Al Green, which is a hard pill to swallow.
Someone told me sleep was the cousin of death and followin' the dollar finds nothin' but stress.
'Cruise Control' was the first track me and Wiz Khalifa ever did.
I made the beat on that, and I played guitar on it.
When I was in a meeting, I got advice that was someone telling me that in order to be successful, I needed to create the character Mac Miller that couldn't be the same person as who I really was.
I don't really leave my house too much, 'cause I don't like.
.. it's funny, I don't really like to be high and famous at the same time.
Sometimes I see the world for how f-ked up it really is.
I tell myself I'll be the one to make a change in it. I could die tonight; not make it to the sunrise, then I couldn't hear the pain in it.
My mom did more press than me for 'Faces.'
When you first get sober, you feel like a superhero.
You feel real emotion because you've been suppressing it forever. It's so much easier to navigate what's important.
With 'Blue Slide Park' I wanted to have a number one album, and I did do it, so I'm not mad at it, but that was its goal.