Mac Miller is back. After wiping his Instagram clean with the exception of three promotional photos, the rapper dropped three songs on May 30.
The singles titled “Small Worlds,” “Buttons,” and “Programs” all deal with some pretty heavy things. The 26-year-old seems conscious of his terrible decisions and even talks about thoughts of suicide.
In “Small Worlds,” he references the tweet that Ariana Grande sent that said that he had an inability to keep his stuff together.
The lyrics read: “I know I probably need to do better, f*** whoever, keep my s*** together.”
He worries fans with words that hint at self-harming.
Miller raps: “Don’t wanna grow old so I smoke just in case. That’s why I wrote this song, told myself to hold on, I can feel my fingers slippin’, in a motherf***in instant I’ll be gone.”
As far as the breakup with his pop singer ex, the bars are cryptic but do seem to address the split.
In “Programs,” a portion of the song reads: “Please do not f*** up my day. Everybody want a headline, I don’t got nothin’ to say, ‘cept I’m coming back with the freshness, you know I love making an entrance. I am not talkin’ to you if you don’t have love for me.”
This comes after Ariana and Mac broke up their engagement after dating for over two years. The original statement read that they remain close friends but it doesn’t seem like that’s possible now.
Mac has been in a downward spiral since the breakup even getting charged with a DUI and leaving the scene of a crime after crashing his Range Rover.
When Ariana responded that it wasn’t her responsibility to babysit him, Mac felt blindsided.
A source told Hollywood Life: “Mac is hurt and offended that Ariana chose to trash him online. He has been struggling with a lot of personal issues before, during and after their breakup, and her strong words about him don’t feel good at all.”
Did you listen to Mac Miller’s new music?