This is mad adorable (sniff-sniff) Mac Miller shares a rather beautiful visual off his album The Divine Feminist which features his girl Ariana Grande. They are next door neighbours in this sweet tale and one can either tell in the story that they are into each other, or maybe their
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Mac Miller makes music suited for my soul, I swear. He comes through with simplistic visuals for his track Stay taken off his The Divine Feminine album. He's basically on the beach at dawn throughout while we marinade over the beautiful saxophone on the track as well as the smooth
Mac Miller is on his way to South Africa so it only makes sense that we post the interview. They talk about his relationship with Ariana Grande, Big Sean, being sober and the his new album The Divine Feminine.
Mac brought the spring vibe to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert when he performed his current single "Dang!" which is about fighting for the love of your life basically. His album The Divine Feminine is out and that's what he's celebrating in this soulful live performance with Anderson Paak
"Dang" video sees Mac Miller and Anderson Paak have constant bickering sessions with their better halves, that seem to happen on loop like a case of deja vu. Peep the video after the jump...
Dang is the official single taken from Mac Miller from his upcoming album 'Divine Famine' dropping in September. The joint is such a grove, more suitable for Anderson Paak's style but Miller adapted well. Divine Famine will also feature Robert Glasper, Kendrick Lamar and Cee-Lo Green.
Rocking The Daisies organizers seem to be upping the anti with every artist announcement. Mac Miller has just been added to the all star lineup which already includes AKA, Youngsta etc... Does it get more exciting than @MacMiller playing at #SxRTD2016!?! We're SO ready! #RockingMondays Tickets on sale!
So high x So early x So high x So early Word is Dave East is New York's rap saviour. I heard this from a few influencers in NY cause word is no one there is actually punching in terms of making music that pops. Anyway Dave East comes in