Mac Miller’s The Divine Feminine album has arrived.

The 10-track project opens with the ethereal piano-laden “Congratulations” featuring Bilal. Other guests across the vibey LP include Anderson .Paak, Ty Dolla $ign and Kendrick Lamar. The Pittsburgh rapper’s girlfriend, Ariana Grande, appears on the single “My Favorite Part.”

The Divine Feminine is the follow-up to last year’s GO:OD AM album.

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(This article was last updated August 19, 2016 and is as follows.)

We are one step closer to Mac Miller’s The Divine Feminine album as the tracklist has appeared on Google Play.

The LP, which is set for a September 16 release, is said to have 10 tracks and include the single “Dang!” featuring Anderson .Paak. Other guest features are to come from Ty Dolla $ign, Bilal, CeeLo Green and yes, Kendrick Lamar.

This is the follow-up to the Pittsburgh rapper’s GO:OD AM album, which dropped last year.

Mac Miller celebrated the fifth anniversary of his debut mixtape, Best Day Ever, earlier this year. Since then, he’s released Run on Sentences Volume 2 and a Phife Dawg tribute under his producer identity, Larry Fisherman.

Check out Mac Miller’s The Divine Feminine album tracklist below and pre-order the project on iTunes or Google Play.

  1. Congratulations (f. Bilal)
  2. Dang! (f. Anderson .Paak)
  3. Stay
  4. Skin
  5. Cinderella (f. Ty Dolla $ign)
  6. Planet God Damn (f. Njomza)
  7. Soulmate
  8. We (f. CeeLo Green)
  9. My Favorite Part (f. Ariana Grande)
  10. God Is Fair, Sexy, Nasty (f. Kendrick Lamar)

(This article was first published July 28, 2016 and is as follows.)

Mac Miller is set to return with The Divine Feminine album, which he announced today (July 28) along with the release of a new track, “Dang!” featuring Anderson .Paak.

The Divine Feminine is the follow-up to last year’s GO:OD AM and is set for a September 16 release.

Mac Miller celebrated the fifth anniversary of his debut mixtape, Best Day Ever, earlier this year. Since then, he’s released Run on Sentences Volume 2 and a Phife Dawg tribute under his producer identity, Larry Fisherman.

He has been in the headlines because he was one of the first rappers to call out business mogul Donald Trump, who is now in the running to become president. Many in Hip Hop have joined Miller’s stand against Trump.

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Mac Miller "The Divine Feminine" cover art