Mac Miller has released his fourth studio album The Divine Feminine just over a month after first announcing it. The follow-up to GO:OD AM boasts features from Kendrick Lamar, Cee-Lo Green, Anderson .Paak and his new love interest, Ariana Grande.

On The Divine Feminine, the Pittsburgh rapper trades in his clever party rhymes for soulful love tracks, singing more than he ever has before. Now 24 years-old, but armed with experience way beyond those years, Mac Miller shows a mature side as he takes us on a journey through the ups and downs of love.

This album clearly wasn’t made with the intent of it producing 2 or 3 hit singles. As a whole, this project is much more complete. A few days ago while speaking with  J Cruz on Power 106 LA, Miller revealed that he thought he was taking a big risk with this album, stepping outside of his bread and butter that first made him so successful. 

When asked about the song with Ariana Grande (their second together), and whether they have a relationship beyond the studio Miller told the Pittsburgh Gazette “We work really well together, and when we were making music we were just friends, and we just have a lot of chemistry, obviously. I don’t know…I love to make music with her and towards the end of the record (‘My Favorite part’) was one of the last few songs I made”. 

You can stream The Divine Feminine below.