Amid the bleary-eyed, often depressive philosophical reflections that dominate Mac Miller‘s sophomore set, Youforia is an island of utter tranquility. What could be responsible for its peaceful, spiritually-centered vibe? I’ll let the Pittsburgh repper speak for himself, by way of a recent interview with Billboard: “Youforia is a song about a vagina. ‘Cause I realized that f**kin’everything is about the vagina.” Clams Casino mans the mixing boards on this tender ode to the female genitalia, backing the artist’s surprisingly soulful (if occasionally off-key) vocals with a simple, yet effective keyboard progression. Constant collaborator Rex Arrow directs the official video, which is assembled from live footage gathered on Mac’s Space Migration Tour. Featuring this cut, previous single The Star Room and much more, Watching Movies With the Sound Off is available now in stores and online.
Written by richard on 10/22/13
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