The Mac Miller 'GO:OD AM' Tracklist That Has Been Circulating is Fake

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It's not often that the internet manages to get the tracklist of an album wrong but this time it appears as if they have.

Mac Miller has alerted fans that the tracklist for "GO:OD AM" that has been circulating is fake.

(Update: Mac Miller claims that "Cop The Range" is also a fake song. The sarcasm couldn't be heard through a tweet.)

It's quite possible that the "Internet of things" has gotten it wrong when it comes to a leaked tracklist.

in all honesty the tracklist that's going around is pretty epic however, if we know Mac Miller, he's got some "real" heat coming our way.

In fact, after telling his fans that the tracklist is fake for a second time, he included the fact that the track titled, "Cop The Range" featuring Vince Staples is "so real."

Mac also said that it was clearly a bad inside job. Meanwhile, Miller is set to make his MTV return but not on his "Most Dope Family" show.

Mac Miller will be a featured guest on Charlamagne Tha God's "Uncommon Sense" and judging from his interview on the Power 105.1 Breakfast Club morning show a few weeks back it will be quite the eventful appearance.

The good news for fans is that the "GO:OD AM" album is just two weeks away and they will be able to experience the real tracklist come September 18.