Is Ariana Grande one of the secret voices in ex Mac Miller's new posthumous album 'Circles'?
With the release of late rapper Mac Miller's posthumous album, fans believe that his ex Ariana Grande secretly did the vocals on one of the tracks
Late rapper Mac Miller's new album 'Circles' which has been released posthumously has fans going into a frenzy over the deep and meaningful lyrics.
While many listeners are full of praise for the album, others are speculating that his former girlfriend Ariana Grande whom he had dated between 2016 and 2018 makes a subtle appearance. Fans with sharp ears claim that Grande can be heard singing on the third track titled 'I can see'.
Although Mac Miller is the only artist to be credited on the song, the background vocals in the chorus are very similar to Grande's voice and harmonies. However, the 'Side to Side' singer has not herself confirmed or denied her appearance on the new track. However, just the day before the album dropped, she took to Twitter to share an interesting post which says a lot. She had tweeted, "I love adding more harmonies than anyone will ever notice or hear that no one ever asked for or needed."
Reacting to this, one fan commented on social media saying, "Hold up... Is Ariana Grande singing in the background of Mac Miller’s 'I Can See'," while another fan commented, "I’m listening to mac’s new album and low key I am pretty sure it’s Ariana's vocals on 'i can see'?? I'm crying."
A third fan chimed in and said, "Do I hear @ArianaGrande’s vocals on Mac’s 'I can see'? my heart." A few other users commented saying, "that's when I cried." We had previously reported that fans were delighted with the new album and they rushed to social media to share their opinions.
One thankful follower revealed, "With everything that has went on this week I am truly happy this album came out tonight. I know God has a plan and everything happens for a reason. #macmiller #swimmingcircles #circles, (sic)." Another said, "Dude I’ve been looking forward to this all day and I am sad but happy rn."
Miller passed away in September 2018 after an accidental drug overdose.