Mac Miller Feat. Prodigy – Confessions Of A Cash Register (Produced by Alchemist & Larry Fisherman) [Listen]

Mac Miller Feat. Prodigy – Confessions Of A Cash Register (Produced by Alchemist & Larry Fisherman) [Listen]
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Mac Miller is back on the boards…collaborating with Alchemist on the instrumental for “Confessions Of A Cash Register,” which features Prodigy of Mobb Deep. 

Miller also delivers a verse of his own on the intriguingly titled track…and we must say the Pittsburgh emcee does not disappoint!

Listen to the track below & let us know what you think!

Max G. | Elite.

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