Mac Miller was all about romance after releasing his “Divine Feminine” album in 2016. It was an unabashedly romantic album recorded when he and Ariana Grande were still dating. “Swimming” is the follow-up to this album, and it retains many of the same elements but with darker content. “Swimming” is a solid listen and deserves to be added to your music collection.
Mac Miller’s “Divine Feminine” follow-up album
Even though the album is a follow-up to the previous year’s GO: OD AM, Mac Miller’s upcoming “Divine Feminine” focuses on lust and love rather than the female sex. While the album does contain tender moments, the lyrics are often buried beneath overly-sexy verses. As a result, The Divine Feminine is a disappointment.
The album starts with “Stay,” with lush instrumentation and horns. The song also features a mighty chorus that cries, “Will you stay just a little while?” The album also features “Skin,” which features heavy jazz production and features Mac describing sexual acts with the woman he loves. The album’s title track is an ode to love and romance, and Mac shows his melodic genius on this track.
In addition to Kendrick Lamar, Ariana Grande, and Cee-Lo Green, “Divine Feminine” features several other notable artists. The album features collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, Cee-Lo Green, and Anderson. Paak, as well as the usual list of collaborators. Fans can purchase the album on iTunes or Spotify.
“Congratulations” is a song dedicated to an ex-girlfriend. The music speaks about love, lust, and the dangers of commitment. The lyrics talk about the importance of physical intimacy and the power of the lover-lover relationship.
“Divine Feminine” is Miller’s most ambitious project yet. It will paint a picture of the artist who is not handcuffed by the rap genre. His versatility is limitless, and his music is a testament to that. If he continues to break boundaries and explore the limits of his art, it will be a roaring success.
The underlying themes in “Swimming” are echoed in “Stay” and “Dang!” as the title suggests. Miller’s vocals are soaring, sung with emotion, and supported by jazz horns and delicate piano. The album also features sampled songs from Robin Williams’s “Good Will Hunting” movie and a message from his grandmother.
“Divine Feminine” is Mac Miller’s second album, and the follow-up to “Dang!” is just as impressive. The album features songs about love, sex, and relationship issues. The songs explore the difference between true love and meaningless hook-ups.
Mac Miller’s “Self-Care”
The video for Mac Miller’s “Self Care” was released on Thursday, July 12. The song is the second single from his album Swimming, which is set to be released on Aug. 3. The track focuses on self-care and is directed by Christian Weber. The album was Miller’s final while he was still alive.
The video depicts the singer searching for something in his life. Mac Miller is trying to figure out why he is so unhappy with himself and what he wants. However, he’s still looking for it. Instead, he’s attempting to find something that he loves.
The music video is minimalistic and uses minimal props. In the video, Mac Miller sits in a coffin and lights a cigarette inside an oxygen-restricted vessel. His nonchalance is reminiscent of his self-isolation before the release of his album. The artist even carved the Latin phrase “memento mori” on the coffin’s lid, which references death.
The video features Mac Miller and Ariana Grande, who recently broke up. During their relationship, Ariana Grande called their relationship “toxic” and “dangerous.” Ariana Grande, who supported him throughout sobriety, also shared this uplifting song. The album was released in 2016, and Mac Miller’s relationship with Ariana Grande ended in May.