17 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Wondering how I got this high, fell asleep, and forgot to die,” raps Mac Miller on “Weekend.” GO:OD AM represents a reawakening for the rapper, who, after struggling with temptation and addiction, emerges with clear eyes and a stronger focus. He slays bars with impunity on “Break the Law” and “Clubhouse.” He imparts the value of experiences and repercussions on “Brand Name” and “100 Grandkids.” GO:OD AM is like a late-night conversation with the MC—all the crazy stories, deep thoughts, and laughs—reminding us that whatever happens in life, the sun will come out tomorrow.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Wondering how I got this high, fell asleep, and forgot to die,” raps Mac Miller on “Weekend.” GO:OD AM represents a reawakening for the rapper, who, after struggling with temptation and addiction, emerges with clear eyes and a stronger focus. He slays bars with impunity on “Break the Law” and “Clubhouse.” He imparts the value of experiences and repercussions on “Brand Name” and “100 Grandkids.” GO:OD AM is like a late-night conversation with the MC—all the crazy stories, deep thoughts, and laughs—reminding us that whatever happens in life, the sun will come out tomorrow.

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