Mac Miller has been all the news lately thanks to his publicized break up with pop-star Ariana Grande and his hit-and-run incident in California, which ultimately resulted with him getting a DUI arrest. However, it’s safe to say the Pittsburgh native is looking move on from it all and get back to the music. At the stroke of midnight, Mac decided to come through and surprise fans by releasing THREE new songs out of nowhere, including “Programs,” “Small Worlds” & this one here called “Buttons.”
Over the woozy, piano-laced production from Parson Brown, Mac slows things down and delivers a cerebral set of rhymes, rapping about everyday life & how we pretend that the world is doing alright. With an echo effect added to the chorus & Mac’s effortless flow & vibe, “Buttons” is another strong addition to his steady growing catalog of hits, and something fans should fuck with. Look for the song to presumably see life on his forthcoming project, which we hope is dropping this Summer or Fall.
Suggest you roll up first and enjoy the new vibes on “Buttons.” Record available on iTunes.
Yeah, theres no answer and you call twice
Nobody be at my house
I was at the studio all night
Last night I slept on the couch
I might, wake up, do it all again
There's a world gone crazy outside
But let's pretend that it's alright
We keep pretending that it's alright