Mac Miller dropped the visual for “Stay” off his most recent love album, The Divine Feminine. In the video Mac’s vibin’ solo on a beach in the middle of the ocean with not a care in the world. He seems happy, and it’s probably because he’s indeed in love.
Mac recently announced an accompanying tour for his album about love, The Divine Feminine, and will be making three Texas stops. Snag tickets:
As anticipated, Mac Miller released The Divine Feminine this evening. With his pre-released album singles, Dang!, We, and My Favorite Part, we could only expect the best. And that is exactly what we got.
The Divine Feminine is “all about love” and a masterpiece, especially because it’s a whole new side to the Mac we’ve grown to love. In a recent interview with Pigeons & Planes, Mac opened up about about how his life has recently taken a 360 turn for the better:
“Thinking about how dark of a place I was in before, and to see this amazing shift in my life happen, where just choosing to live in a positive way has affected my whole relationship with the universe. I don’t do drugs, smoke weed, drink alcohol, or anything. I’m 100% clear-headed, which is crazy.”
After listening completely thru The Divine Feminine, you can see exactly what Mac is referring to. It is indeed an album about love, and it works for him. Especially at this point in his life.
After dropping The Divine Feminine, Mac released a confession to his fans via Twitter. He’s definitely feeling some type of way this evening, and surrounded by positive vibes/influences.
Mac Miller released the third single off of his upcoming album The Divine Feminine, “My Favorite Part”. The single features his new boo Ariana Grande, and is based on their love/lust for each other.
Mac started a countdown this week on his Twitter and IG for The Divine Feminine. He has released the track list and the features are stacked, including Kendrick, Ty Dolla $ign, Anderson. Paak, CeeLo Green, Ariana Grande, Bilal, and Njomza.
Mac Miller released his visual for “Dang!” featuring Anderson. Paak. In the retro video below, the two talk about their relationship issues. The track is expected to be included on Mac’s upcoming album The Divine Feminine, set to drop on Sept. 16.
Mac also announced The Divine Feminine Tour and will be making three Texas stops. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 5th at 10AM. Snag them below: