America Is Little But My Heart When Listening To Mac's Last Album Will Not Be | Rosemary Radar

It's gonna be an emotional week, you guys.

It's basically a race, this week. Between this Little America show premiering on Apple TV+ and Mac Miller's last album being released it's a race to see which one is gonna make me shed my first tear of 2020. First tear of the decade. Who's out here trying to make it happen? At first I thought maybe Iran's destruction of our entire country was gonna take care of that but we're still here and my eyes are still dry.

But anyways! I think this is the last kind of lame week - and it feels mean to say that when you have things like what I just got mentioning being released but they both come out on Friday and the rest of the week is basically dead. But we're finally inching ourselves completely out of the way of the holidays and it's making it okay to market shit again.

So legit, just like take a nap for the next four days, then wake up on Friday and embrace the few things that will be waiting for you with open arms. For real though, this Mac Miller album is one of my most anticipated that I didn't even think we were going to get. I'm so intrigued as to how they're going to tackle the great task of crafting his final album and can't wait to hear how it's pulled off. On top of that, Pinegrove is sneaking in a new album as well which should be stellar as always.

And back to Little America, an anthology series executive produced by Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon that looks at the lives of immigrants living in the United States. It's already been renewed for a second season so that must mean that Apple sees something really special in it.

And honestly, that's it - a short one this week, guys. But to make up for it we've got a new episode of The Morning Brew up for your listening pleasure and it's one of my favorite episodes we've ever done. And on top that we also have another new Rosemary Plays up where Casey and I play The Escapists 2. Dive in!