On April 22nd, an interview of Mac Miller with W Magazine has been released! He talks about how he worked with Ariana in the past with their collaborations. It was his third time at Coachella, but his first as a performer, and with The Divine Feminine behind him, he was able to reflect on what’s
On December 27th, Ariana took to Twitter on Tuesday to speak out against female objectification after an encounter with a fan who said degrading comments about her to boyfriend Mac Miller. pic.twitter.com/FL1tOHAZvN — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 28, 2016 They Mac Miller were both out picking up some food when a
On December 12th, Mac Miller surprised us on Twitter and released the music video for My Favorite Part (feat. Ariana Grande)! Check out the music video and screencaps below!
On October 31st, Mac Miller brought Ariana Grande to the stage on The Divine Feminine Tour in Colorado to perform their duet My Favorite Part. Check out the photos + video below!
On October 18th, Ariana came onstage as a surprise performer and sang My Favorite Part with Mac Miller on his tour titled The Divine Feminine Tour in Birmingham, AL. Check out the photos + videos below!
On September 12th, Mac Miller had a special event for AUDIENCE Music Concerts to perform songs from his newly released album The Divine Feminine. He performed all of the songs with special guests who feature on the album such as Ariana Grande herself. Check out the performance below!
On September 27th, an interview with Mac Miller and Vogue has been released and he talks about Ariana Grande. Check out the excerpts where he gets asked about Ariana! But the song that has gotten the most attention is the jazzy R&B track “My Favorite Part,” in which Miller duets
On September 19th, an interview with Mac Miller by Rolling Stone was released, and he talks about working with girlfriend Ariana Grande who appeared on his album with Congratulations & My Favorite Part. Last year, after moving into a Brooklyn apartment with his then-girlfriend, Miller began to delve into one of music’s most
Ariana Grande called him ‘boo’ at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, confirming Mac Miller’s relationship with the singer. But when did it all start? The rapper reached out to Grande when he thought she would be a great artist to feature on the track “My Favorite Part” on his fourth album The Divine Feminine (out
On September 14th, Ariana’s appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show aired, and she had an interview and a performance, which was a medley of Into You and Side To Side! In the interview, Ariana talks about her VMA performance, bicycles and her relationship with Mac Miller. Check it out below!
On September 8th, Mac Miller released his song with Ariana Grande titled My Favorite Part on his upcoming album The Divine Feminine. Listen to the song and buy it on iTunes! PREORDER THE DIVINE FEMININE
The whole week, a bunch of photos of Ariana have been taken in New York City. Check out all of the UHQ candids below! At a restaurant with Mac Miller (Aug 25) Outside a tattoo parlour (Aug 25) Madison Square Garden (Aug 26) Leaving a night club (Aug 26) Out and
On August 22nd, Ariana Grande went to MAC Cosmetics in Los Angeles, CA to talk to press to discuss her latest collection with the company! Check out the photos and her interview with E! Online.
On August 20th, Ariana Grande performed at the Billboard’s Hot 100 Festival, as she performed many of her hits. Ariana Grande’s set was just under an hour of pure pop power. It was all killer, no filler, just one hit after another. Her vocal runs were judiciously delivered, and the old-school
On August 17th, Mac Miller had an interview with Milk Studios about his upcoming album The Divine Feminine, and he talks about collaborating with Ariana! The Divine Feminine is the upcoming fourth studio album by American rapper Mac Miller. It is scheduled to be released on September 16, 2016 Check out the interview below: So you just
On August 5th, Ariana Grande took to SoundCloud to world premiere the much-rumored Mac Miller remix of her “Into You” single. The new version features a new “urbanized” production, new Ariana vocals with a more R&B feel this time, and of course, a rap verse from Mac Miller – who crazily Ariana Grande hadn’t collaborated