Mac Miller New Song Spotify

12/11/2021by admin
GO:OD AM followed in 2015 with Lil B, Chief Keef, and Miguel on the album's guest list. The single '100 Grandkids' peaked appropriately at number 100, while 'Weekend' was certified gold. Just a year after GO:OD AM ascended to the Top Five of the Billboard 200 and rap charts, Miller returned with his fourth LP, The Divine Feminine. The album featured contributions from guests like Kendrick Lamar, Cee Lo Green, Ariana Grande, Robert Glasper, and Anderson.Paak, who lent his soulful rasp to first single 'Dang!' A pair of non-album singles ('Buttons' and 'Programs') kept Miller busy into 2018, when he issued his fifth album, Swimming. Debuting at number three on both the Billboard 200 and R&B/hip-hop charts, the set included the songs 'Small Worlds,' 'Self-Care,' and 'What's the Use?' A month after the release of the effort, Miller died from a suspected drug overdose in his San Fernando Valley home. He was 26 years old. Following his death, seven of his albums posthumously charted on the Billboard 200, including the debut appearances of Best Day Ever and Macadelic. In early 2020, his first posthumous set was released. Intended as a companion to Swimming, Circles featured vocals recorded for this eventual project, which was completed by producer Jon Brion. The LP became Miller's fifth Top Three showing on the U.S. charts. Later that year, KIDS was released to streaming services for the first time, which helped place it back on the Billboard 200. ~ David Jeffries & Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi

Before his untimely death, Mac Miller (real name Malcolm James McCormick) recorded two special songs through the Spotify Sessions: Singles series. It allows artists to perform a live rendition of. A few months ago, Mac Miller came to Spotify to record a new version of Dunno and a cover of Billy Preston’s Nothing From Nothing. His #SpotifySingles are now available to stream. Two months after Mac Miller's tragic death, Spotify shared two new songs from the rapper as part of Miller's 'Spotify Singles EP.' The release features a live version of 'Dunno' from Miller's 2018. Fans discovered Mac Miller's secret vaping Instagram account, as new music is released posthumously through Spotify Singles series.

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Even after his death, Mac Miller is still able to move people through his music. And these two new, posthumous Mac Miller songs released by Spotify have prolonged his legacy even further. Before his death in September of 2018, Miller recorded a new version of his 2018 song 'Dunno' and a cover of Billy Preston's 'Nothing from Nothing' at a Spotify Singles session, and both songs were added to the music service on Tuesday, Nov. 27. These two new singles are bound to leave an impact on Miller fans, not only because of their emotional sound, but because it's a chance to hear the musician again.

Mac Miller New Music

'Dunno' is from Miller's album Swimming that he released a month before his death. The live Spotify version of 'Dunno' is even more stripped down and raw than the original. That might make it even harder to listen to, especially as the lyrics seem to be about his ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande. But fans will find that it is well worth a listen.

Mac Miller New Song Spotify

His cover of Preston's 1974 song 'Nothing from Nothing' is equally as melancholy — even at only one minute and 51 seconds. While the original was a bouncy, upbeat hit, Miller's version makes you really think about the meaning behind the lyrics, 'Nothing from nothing leaves nothing/Gotta have something if you wanna be with me.'

On Sept. 7, Miller died suddenly at the age of 26 at his home in Studio City, California. His death was officially ruled as a fatal accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol by the coroner in November, as reported by The New York Times. The rapper had been open about his struggles with addiction throughout his career, but his death was still a shock.

As the Los Angeles Times reported, Miller's career was far from over when he died. He had been scheduled to play a concert on Halloween at the Greek Theatre in L.A., which his family turned into the 'Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life' tribute concert. The concert featured performances by Chance the Rapper, SZA, and Travis Scott and proceeds from the event went to the Mac Miller Circles Fund (MMCF). The MMCF was established after Miller's death and gives arts-focused opportunities to youth from underserved communities.

Miller's death affected many, including members of the music community and his fans. Grande herself has been vocal about the grief she has experienced since his passing. The longtime friends had collaborated on the songs 'The Way' and 'My Favorite Part.' And they dated from 2016 to 2018 before they broke up and Grande started seeing now ex-fiancé Pete Davidson. He is one of a handful of exes to receive a shoutout on Grande's newest hit single 'Thank U, Next,' on which she sings, 'Wish I could thank Malcolm, 'cause he was an angel.'

Mac Miller Spotify Singles

Even though his fans may not have personally known Miller like Grande, they are still mourning his passing too. And while these posthumously released singles may leave you in tears, hearing Miller perform again should also serve as a reminder of the talent that he possessed. And maybe that can be a small source of comfort.

Mac Miller On Spotify

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