Watch Mac Miller Perform Four 'The Divine Feminine' Songs

Backed by a live band.

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Having dropped his latest studio album The Divine Feminine last week, Mac Miller is currently in promo-mode. Following his Anderson .Paak-assisted takeover of late night, Mac Miller moved on to MTV’s new program Wonderland for a special set. Backed by a full band, Mac Miller performed four songs off his new project, including previously-released singles such as “Dang!” You can check out Mac Miller’s entire MTV showcase in the official footage below.




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