Mac Miller's Small World Button Program

Mac Miller's Small World Button Program

Mac Miller releases three new singles following a minor setback.

Mac Miller's Small World Button Program

Mac Miller releases three new singles following a minor setback.

Malcolm McCormick is no stranger to wearing his emotions on his sleeve. As seen in The Fader documentary from 2016, Mac is pretty vocal about his drug use and everyday struggles with being creative and just life in general.

But while he’s been improving his sobriety, Mac’s recent break-up with Ariana Grande seems to have sent him aback.

Mac’s latest releases- “Small Worlds,” “Buttons,” and “Programs”- seem to be the rapper’s version of releasing a formal statement on the whole ordeal that took place earlier this month.

Aside from the obvious commentary on the Ariana Grande situation…

“I might trip, I never fall

God know's I've came close (no, son, this ain't home)

I know I probably need to do better

Fuck whoever

Keep my shit together

You never told me being rich was so lonely”

Mac’s bars are pretty creative and follow his self-aware nature over silky, lucid instrumentation. I don’t know If I was just starved for new music from the MC, or if he really released three solid tracks. Take a listen to his statement below and decide for yourself: