Q. Hanley

from Mac Miller (Ft. Ab-Soul, Larry Fisherman & RandomBlackDude) – Watching Movies With The Sound Off (Credits) Lyrics on Rap Genius

Meaning

Quincy Matthew Hanley, best known as Schoolboy Q is a famous TDE rapper from South Central Los Angeles. This is the second time the two have worked together, the first being on Planecarboat, and Q has shouted him out before, Mac Miller said he and Q made nine songs together yet only this one managed to make it on the album. The two also discussed how they met on the cover of Mass Appeal:

Q;

He was a white boy that was getting punked on in LA, and he needed some help.

Mac

I was in the mall, and these dudes were pressing me. They said like Yo, you weak, you trash, and shit. Then Q came up like Yo, spit 16 [bars], and he was like, Ok, you nice.

Q

And he got a pass. I was like Man, this little white boy hard. I didn’t know it was him until I went to his big-ass crib, saw his house and all the homies was there. I put two and two together and I’m like Oh, that’s Mac Miller. That’s the little ni**a from Pittsburgh.

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