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Listen to Mac Miller’s posthumous live session for Spotify
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It features a piano-led 'Swimming' track and a cover dating back to 1974

Mac Miller‘s Spotify Singles live session is now available to stream online – check it out below.

The late rapper and singer – whose real name was Malcolm McCormick – had recorded an instalment for the streaming giant’s performance series.

During the session, he played his own track ‘Dunno’ – from the album ‘Swimming‘ – along with a cover of Billy Preston’s ‘Nothing From Nothing’. The tracks were performed solo, with Miller playing piano in the studio.

Spotify Singles, an album by Mac Miller on Spotify

Miller passed away in September, following the release of his fifth album the previous month. He was 26. Earlier this month (November 5), his cause of death was confirmed to be from “mixed drug toxicity”, with fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol present in his system.

Earlier this week, Miller’s ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande responded to a troll who accused her of “milking” his death.

Mac Miller – Credit: Rich Fury/Getty Images

The ‘Thank U, Next’ popstar had shared a fan’s Twitter post calling Miller “an angel”, which linked to an Instagram post from Grande’s page of the couple together. “She milking this shit bruh,” a Twitter user said. Grande then responded to the comment, saying: “I pray you never have to deal with anything like this ever and I’m sending you peace and love.”

Elsewhere, Vince Staples recently paid tribute to Mac Miller. During a radio interview, he said: “The good ones always die.” Asked whether there had been any signs that Miller might suffer an overdose, Staples said: “He was trying. All you can ask for is for somebody to try. You can’t always win, you know?”

28/11/2018 18:37:31
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