Pittsburgh native, Mac Miller, releases a fresh video from his most recent album, The Divine Feminine, produced by ID Labs, entitled “Stay”.
The song begins with a long intro long intro featuring a trumpet solo from Keyon Harold. This is indicative of the other tracks on the album whereby Miller has enlisted the help of other respected names in the growing jazz/rap community, such as pianist Robert Glasper, and bassist extraordinaire, Thundercat. The song has a laidback juke feeling which at times feels like songs made by The Social Experiment.
As for the video itself, you would be forgiven for thinking Mac had subscribed to Casey Neistat on YouTube, with the combination of untainted panoramas captured which were in part captured by a drone forming the entirety of the video. The video suddenly cuts at around the one minute mark to coincide with the beginning of the song in earnest.
This could be smoother but it is offset by the beautiful scenery which surrounds Miller as he slides around. The rest plays out in a similar fashion, with Miller casually describing the growing detachment in a relationship. On the album this song follows the similarly themed Anderson. Paak collaboration, “Dang!”, which is also definitely worth a watch.