Mac Miller Performs 'Dunno,' Covers Billy Preston in Posthumous Spotify Singles Session: Listen

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Spotify posthumously released their Singles recording session with Mac Miller on Wednesday (Nov. 28). The mini-EP features a pair of recordings from Mac prior to this death in September. The live session included the Pittsburgh native performing Swimming deep cut "Dunno" and a dulcet cover to Billy Preston's "Nothing From Nothing."

Miller's "Dunno" live rendition finds him rooted in a more tender sonic as the somber instrumental focuses more on the piano. You was coughin' when you hit my weed/ But I've never seen you feel that free/ So cute, you wanna be like me/ Wouldn't you rather get along," Mac intones regarding his muse. 

Following "Dunno," the "2009" rapper moved into a tuneful cover of the late Billy Preston's 1974 hit "Nothing From Nothing," showing off his talent and versatility as an artist in the Spotify NYC studios.

Mac Miller, born Malcolm McCormick, died on Sept. 7 due to an accidental drug overdose at just 26 years old.

Stream Mac Miller's Spotify Singles series below. 


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