Mac Miller 'Delusional Thomas' (mixtape)

Mac Miller 'Delusional Thomas' (mixtape)
While Mac Miller delivered his impressive Watching Movies with the Sound Off earlier this year, the Pittsburgh rapper used Halloween to unveil some new music under the name Delusional Thomas, and fitting enough for the now-gone holiday, it's pretty damn creepy.

The mixtape kicks off with helium-huffing verses from the mean-mouthed alter ego about being pure evil and rocking a tattoo of baby Jesus on his foreskin. Gunfire, murky slow-mo beats and horror-score synth stabs support the violent lines of "Vertigo."

To make things extra confusing about the nature of the tape, closing track "Grandpa Used to Carry a Flask" has mousey-voiced Thomas teaming up with Mac Miller, who join forces to rap atop the melancholy piano beat supplied by Miller's producer alter ego Larry Fisherman.

You can stream or download Delusional Thomas's 10-song premiere down below.