Mac Miller announces tour and debuts new song “What’s The Use”
Swimming reportedly releasing soon.
After announcing his upcoming album Swimming last week, Mac Miller has debuted a new single as well. Titled "What's The Use," The song premiered with Zane Lowe via his Beats 1 radio bloc on Apple Music. The song — which is produced by Pomo — is backed by uptempo percussion and a funky bass line.
"What's The Use" is Mac's latest single in a slew of releases since announcing Swimming; the Pittsburgh native also dropped "Self-Care" recently.
Mac will also head out this fall and through the winter on his Swimming Tour with Thundercat and J.I.D. The run of shows will kick off in San Francisco on October 27 and will conclude on December 10 in Vancouver. Pre-sale tickets will go live here on July 24; general tickets will go on sale here on July 27.
Listen to the "What's The Use" above and watch Mac's Zane Lowe interview below.
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