Friday, 23 August, 2019

Mac Miller Laments the Hardships of Lost Love on Posthumous Feature, "Time"

Mac Miller posthumously features on Free Nationals new single.     
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Adrian Cunningham | 15 June, 2019, 07:14

The International singer recently broke down in tears this Wednesday as she sang about her ex - boyfriend Mac Miller in the late rapper's hometown.

Grande became visibly emotional, claims a Twitter user, and stopped singing the song.

Likewise, during "Thank U, Next" - which features the lyric "Wish I could say, "Thank you" to Malcolm / 'Cause he was an angel" - she began crying.

It was a hard night for Ariana as she was overcome with emotion during the opening number, Raindrops (An Angel Cried). Despite the fact they had ended their romance at that time, Ariana always had a deep connection and she wanted him to enjoy his life.

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The group Free Nationals have the honor of delivering the first official verse from rapper Mac Miller since his untimely death past year on their new song "Time", which also features vocals from the incomparable Kali Uchis. "Time" marks the first posthumous release that has been sanctioned by the rapper's family.

Miller had dated Ariana Grande for two years before splitting in May, 2018. Her fans, quickly realizing that she needed some support, proceeded to sing it for her and cheered wildly for Mac.

It's also believed that Grande had a premium seat in the arena reserved for Miller. The 26-year-old rapper, whose real name is Malcolm McCormick, passed away on September 07.

Grande kicked off her Sweetener World Tour in Albany, New York in March.