Published: Sat, June 15, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Mac Miller's first posthumous release drops

Mac Miller's first posthumous release drops

Ariana Grande reportedly struggled to get through her set when she performed in ex-boyfriend Mac Miller's hometown on Wednesday.

But that wasn't the only time Grande got emotional. She also choked up towards the end of the show when she attempted to sing Miller's name during Thank U, Next, before fans completed the lyrics for her as she regained her composure.

Fans have been reporting that ahead of the 25-year-old songstress's performances, she played several of the late rapper's biggest hits in the venue.

Popular global singer Ariana Grande recently broke down at a concert while singing about her ex boyfriend Mac Miller in the late rapper's hometown.

"At Ariana Grande's concert in Pittsburgh and she's playing Mac Miller before then show and I honestly might cry".

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The authorities had warned protesters that their demonstration would be illegal and could pose a risk to public safety. Krivosheev also called on authorities "to immediately and unconditionally release the protestors arrested today".


The first posthumous release from Mac Miller is available.

Grande kicked off her Sweetener World Tour in Albany, New York in March.

That's Life, on which the late star appears alongside pop singer Sia, will drop next week, and serve as 88-Keys' first single as a lead artist in eight years, reports Billboard. Before the concert began she made sure that a Mac Miller playlist rang through the whole venue.

Miller passed away on September 7 at the age of 26 from an accidental drug overdose, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner's office.

A second source told ET that Grande is heartbroken, adding, "Despite their split, Ariana had always been supportive of his sobriety".

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