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Mac Miller & Ariana Grande Collab On Slow Jam: 'My Favorite Part'
Around the time they performed together at Billboard’s Hot 100 Festival, we learned Ariana Grande and Mac Miller were reportedly dating. The public side of their rumored romance continued on Friday (Sept. 9) as Miller shared “My Favorite Part,” a duet with Grande from his upcoming album The Divine Feminine.
The laid back love song is built around a big, rubbery bass line, with Miller taking lead on vocals. "You just don't know how beautiful you are/ And baby that's my favorite part/ You walk around so clueless to it all/ Like nobody gonna break your heart," Miller croons at the outset of the track, promising that he's got his lover covered and that the universe couldn't keep them apart.
The pair come together on the chorus: “It'll be alright, babe/ See, me I got you covered/ I'm gonna be your lover, you might be the one," they sing before Grande breaks out on her own for a verse. One Direction had “Don't You Know You're Beautiful" and the 1975 called their 2016 album, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It. These beautiful pop stars -- they just don’t know they’re beautiful they are!
Find the lyric video for Miller and Grande’s song below. Miller’s The Divine Feminine is out Sept. 16.