Mac Miller is certainly on a roll this summer. He’s featured on the Justin Bieber‘s remix for ‘Boyfriend‘ and he’s teaming up with fellow Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa for the Under the Influence of Music Tour in July. Now Miller just drop his new song ‘Onaroll,’ which is from his new EP titled ‘Pink Slime.’

Produced by Pharrell Williams, Miller spit punchline flows over the orchestral-driven, head-nodding track. “Now I’m acting so grown / Made a business all on my own / These labels are calling my phone / But I made this business on my own,” he raps. He later adds, “Win the Heisman, I’m MVP / Dan Marino / You’re Sandusky,” he raps.

‘Onaroll’ is available for free downloading at his official website. Miller says he has no problem giving away hot tracks for free on the Internet. “Free music is very important,” he tells Soul Culture. “Look, if I don’t give out free music people are just gonna download it for free illegally. There are certain projects that are meant to be downloaded for free and I give you a lot of that. I give you a lot of music that you don’t have to pay a dollar [for].

“I wanted to do that for my fans,” he continues. “I want them to be able to just listen. I want people who maybe aren’t fans just to listen. But there are certain projects that are meant to be bought. So I think it’s always being able to make a difference.”

Mac Miller’s ‘Pink Slime’ EP is due out this summer.

Listen to Mac Miller + Pharrell Williams, ‘Onaroll’

Watch Mac Miller Talk ‘Pink Slime’ EP and Future Projects With Soul Culture TV