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Im applauding Consequence for recognizing young talent. Consequence is such an accomplished dude and he pretty much murderes anything he does. But to put Mac and Diggy on a track by Statik Selektah with him was just a great move. Mac and Diggy both did work on this track and deserve some recognition. Hopefully this can get Mac Miller and Diggys names out there for people who dont know them that well and are not too familiar with some of their mix tapes they have put out. Great song. Great lyrics. Real Hip-Hop. Reeeeeespect.

Good Work!

i support & respect mac miller and all of his music and that is why i'm buying this song... i agree that he deserves recognition for this track and so do all the other people who helped put this song together. I hope to see more of his music on itunes someday. peace!


i lovveee it <3
especiallyyy diggyyyy ;;; he is amazinqqq ;;
make some more ;;


Born: 1977 in Queens, New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Introduced to hip-hop audiences in 1996 with his appearance on A Tribe Called Quest's album Beats, Rhymes and Life (a opportunity in part made possible by the fact that Q-Tip was his cousin), rapper Consequence was forced to move from label to label after Tribe's breakup in 1998, even recording a full-length album for Elektra that was later shelved. However, he managed to keep his name out in public by issuing multiple mixtapes, including 2004's Take 'Em to the Cleaners, which was hosted by Kanye...
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