Posted by , Sep 15, 2016 at 11:12pm
Out now, listen to Mac Miller's new album "The Divine Feminine."

Mac Miller has been making headlines recently thanks to his juicy new relationship with pop-singer Ariana Grande, but today it’s all about the music. With clock striking midnight, the Pittsburgh native’s long awaited new album, The Divine Feminine, was just made available for purchase on iTunes.

Laced with 10 songs in total, the follow up to last year's GO:OD AM features guest appearances from Ty Dolla $ignNjomza, Bilal, Ariana Grande, Ceelo Green, Kendrick Lamar, & Anderson .Paak. Meanwhile, production is handled by himself (Larry Fisherman), Vinylz, Frank Dukes, and many more.

A couple days ago, Mac told J Cruz on Power 106 LA that he's taking a risk with this album, and using a lot of his voice for singing. “Some might say that I'm taking a risk. 'Cause I wasn't sitting there like, every song, I gotta out-rap everyone and throw the bars in there, you know what I mean, there's a lot of signing, My voice is my main instrument so I gotta know how to use that in every way possible."

Led by the previously heard singles “Dang!” & “My Favorite Part,” fans can now stream the album in its entirety via Apple Music (below). Take a listen and be sure to show your support on iTunes.

Update: Spotify player now added below.

Stream Mac Miller's New Album "The Divine Feminine"

Out now, listen to Mac Miller's new album "The Divine Feminine."


Mac Miller has been making headlines recently thanks to his juicy new relationship with pop-singer Ariana Grande, but today it’s all about the music. With clock striking midnight, the Pittsburgh native’s long awaited new album, The Divine Feminine, was just made available for purchase on iTunes.

Laced with 10 songs in total, the follow up to last year's GO:OD AM features guest appearances from Ty Dolla $ignNjomza, Bilal, Ariana Grande, Ceelo Green, Kendrick Lamar, & Anderson .Paak. Meanwhile, production is handled by himself (Larry Fisherman), Vinylz, Frank Dukes, and many more.

A couple days ago, Mac told J Cruz on Power 106 LA that he's taking a risk with this album, and using a lot of his voice for singing. “Some might say that I'm taking a risk. 'Cause I wasn't sitting there like, every song, I gotta out-rap everyone and throw the bars in there, you know what I mean, there's a lot of signing, My voice is my main instrument so I gotta know how to use that in every way possible."

Led by the previously heard singles “Dang!” & “My Favorite Part,” fans can now stream the album in its entirety via Apple Music (below). Take a listen and be sure to show your support on iTunes.

Update: Spotify player now added below.

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