Noah Cyrus Debuts Moving Cover of Mac Miller's 'Dunno' For a Good Cause

Noah Cyrus
Brian Ziff

Noah Cyrus

Noah Cyrus is taking on Mac Miller's "Dunno" for the best of reasons. The singer released her moving take on the late rapper's Swimming track on Friday (July 24) in an effort to raise awareness for the Grammy-nominated MC's Mac Miller Fund, which provides opportunities for youth in underserved communities through the arts.

“Mac was such a beautiful and respected artist, and his loss was felt around the world," Cyrus said in a statement. "His legacy lives on through his incredible music. I’m so proud to cover his record ‘Dunno’ and support the Mac Miller Fund in his honor.”

Cyrus' hazy, low-key version, produced by Triangle Park, rides along the same chilled-out vibe of the original, a laconic homage to staying in the moment with the one you love. Miller died of an accidental drug overdose in Sept. 2018 at age 26.

Earlier this month, Cyrus released a video for her Diplo collab "On Mine," which appears on the DJ/producer's debut country album, Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley Chapter 1: Snake Oil.

Listen to Cyrus' "Dunno" below.

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