LISTEN: Cincinnati Native ClockworkDJ Pays Tribute to Mac Miller on Shade 45's ‘Sway in the Morning’

Miller’s former DJ spoke about his friendship with the late rapper and played a memorial mix on the satellite radio program

click to enlarge ClockworkDJ and Sway - PHOTO: SOUNDCLOUD.COM/DJCLOCKWORKDJ
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ClockworkDJ and Sway
Mac Miller collaborator and tour DJ ClockworkDJ was recently on Sway in the Morning, the morning show on Sirius XM’s Shade 45 Hip Hop channel, to celebrate the life of his late friend in music.

In the Soundcloud description of the session, the Cincinnati native writes: “Finally got a chance to Honor my Brother Mac Miller the Right way. I wish i had more time!!!! LOL . A huge Thank you to DJ Wonder & Sway for Making this Happen. This was a great morning! i hope yall enjoy the Mix as much as i did making it! More Tunes Coming Soon! Stay Locked in!”

Clockwork has been sharing photos and videos of him and Miller on his social media accounts since the MC's untimely death earlier this month. (Read more here.)

Check out Clockwork’s interview with Sway, in which he shares memories of working and being friends with the rapper, as well as his memorial mix, below:

Visit gotclockwork.com for the latest on ClockworkDJ.


 


 


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