In March 2011, Mac Miller and Jazzy Jeff revealed that they were eyeing a summer release for a collaborative mixtape titled ’92 Til Infinity, a project that’s been stalled ever since. But now, the tape is back on track, with the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania rapper confirming that it will drop in early 2013.

During an interview with The Well Versed, Mac said that the project will no longer be him rapping over old beats from established producers due to his lawsuit from Lord Finesse. Instead, he will enlist original production from veteran producers and unleash the project at the top of the year.

“Yea, it’s still happening. We’ve got a date for it, It’s really dope,” he said. “The proejct is called ’92 to Infinity. It’s a play on Souls of Mischief’s ”93 Til Infinity.’ That song, it was a great song. Basically, I just wanted to team up with someone who’s such a respected veteran. Jeff, still to this day, is one of the greatest DJs of all time, just to see him live. There’s not many people who can put on a better live show than Jazzy Jeff as a DJ.”

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