Mac Miller and Madlib’s EP “Maclib” never really comes out. The idea was to create for the sake of creation. “The article explains the duo’s connection, including how they met after Mac recorded Piñata for Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s album, and decided to switch tracks, with Madlib sending Mac Beats and Mac returning the songs with their voices recorded. Finally, as the update says: “What exists is what the two originally intended – the value of an EP song that should be the beginning of something. “Unfortunately for the fans, it looks like we’ll never see how it all ended. Although t were loose plans for an EP, t was no real progress, except for these handfuls of tracks, one of which had the name “Maclib” on its metadata without an official song title. It turns out that the expected Maclib Collaborative EP between the late Pittsburgher and the experienced underground hip-hop producer Madlib will probably never be released. As explained in Rappcats: “The endpoint was not planned or even discussed. Mac Miller fans, prepare for disappointment.