The first time I saw Mac Miller was in 2013 back when Chance the Rapper was his opener. It’s hard to believe how much has happened between now and then and it’s amazing to see Mac’s growth since, “Best Day Ever”. Mac Miller just put out, in my opinion, his best record, The Divine Feminine. It has mixtures of hip-hop/rap/R&B with features ranging from Ty Dolla $ign, Kendrick Lamar and Ariana Grande - to the up and coming, grammy-nominated Anderson Paak. Truly, an incredible album.
House of Blues Boston is the biggest of its kind in the country. So for those of you in warmer places, Boston was hitting low 20s on the night of the show and there was a line extending out the door, stretched the length of Fenway Park, and around the corner - an hour after doors had already opened.
Mac sold out this show and he gave his love back through his dynamic performance. Mac’s delivery was clean, crisp and vocals sounded authentic and passionate.
Very grateful to have had the opportunity to shoot this show. Be sure to pick up, The Divine Feminine!