By Annie Reuter
No one knows more about Mac Miller than… Mac Miller. That’s why the rapper sat down and interviewed himself for the latest “Time Alone” segment from Mass Appeal.
In the four-minute clip, Miller portrays himself — a white rapper — and the interviewer in an entertaining, albeit sometimes awkward video, in which he admits he often attempts to move salt shakers and ketchup bottles with his mind.
“What’s it like to be white in what you do?” his interviewer self asks.
“Pretty permanent,” he deadpans.
Being a white rapper was the main focus of the conversation where Miller admitted to listening to Eminem growing up.
“I think people assume that that was how I got into rap,” he shares. “But I didn’t really understand the genius of Eminem until I was 15, 16.”
While Miller has been enjoying the success of his album Divine Feminine, the rapper asked himself where he’ll be in 10 years. In his mind, his success will only continue to grow.
“There’s gonna be a f—ing house with a lot of land… just like super amounts of land,” he says. “There will be a little studio, complex building.”
Learn more about Mac Miller as he interviews himself below.