Mac Miller has become a cult sensation, thanks to his hit songs, and now his first solo album is hitting stores this week.

The songwriter is releasing “Dance Party,” a follow-up to his 2013 release “Mac Miller,” which is slated for a September release.

He is also on a tour to promote it.

Miller recently shared his take on the upcoming holiday season, and he told us what’s in store for us this time of year.

He also spoke about his relationship with fellow country artist Ryan Adams, the way he views the world around him, and his upcoming album.

Mac Miller on the 2017 holiday season “I was actually on vacation in the Caribbean, and the first time I came back, I was like, ‘You know, I’ve gotta get back to the States,’ and Ryan Adams is like, “Well, you know, you have to do it!’

“Dancing Party” is a collection of tracks featuring Mac Miller and Ryan in a variety of styles, from country to pop to pop-punk, and there are also collaborations with the likes of Lil Wayne, Lady Gaga, and Nicki Minaj. “

And I’m like, OK, you can come with me.”

“Dancing Party” is a collection of tracks featuring Mac Miller and Ryan in a variety of styles, from country to pop to pop-punk, and there are also collaborations with the likes of Lil Wayne, Lady Gaga, and Nicki Minaj.

“Ding Dong, Dong, Dong,” from “Dive,” is the first song off the album, which will be available as a digital download.

“I like to think that it’s more about me as an artist than it is about Ryan, who is a superstar,” Miller said, adding that Ryan is “one of the most unique people I’ve ever known.”

“I think he’s the most interesting person I’ve known in my life.”

“We’re not even talking about the world.

We’re talking about me,” he added.

“We don’t even know each other.

We don’t know what we’re doing, but we’re still dancing.”

Miller’s song “I Got a Girl” is one of his favorite songs to perform.

“The whole thing is so different from the way you would sing it,” he said.

He explained that he writes the lyrics in a way that makes them more personal, and it’s also easier to sing than it would be for someone else.

“He doesn’t have to explain anything to you,” he explained.

We have the same sound, but the lyrics are really deeper and more personal. “

You can sing, and I’m singing.

We have the same sound, but the lyrics are really deeper and more personal.

It’s just so different.

I’ve never had anyone write lyrics like that before.”

“There’s no lyrics to it.

You can just do the song,” he continued.

“It’s the way I sing it, and you can just sing it.”

The first single off the new album, “Dancer,” is “Came Back From the Dead.”

Miller said that he was inspired to write “Danced” after seeing a performance of the song at a charity benefit at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

“A few friends of mine were like, I got this, so I’m gonna write a song,” Miller told MTV News.

“When I went to the hospital, the nurse was like [to] me, ‘Do you have a record of that?’

And I was just like, yeah.

I had a copy of it on my phone.”

“It was like a video, and then it just started to pop out of my head, and when I got to the airport, I went, ‘Oh, I just heard a song!’

And I went into the hospital and was like ‘Dancing’ was the song.

‘Dancer’ was that song.”

“Caught Me at the Mall” is the title track off “Dagger” on Mac Miller’s upcoming album, and we were able to get a sneak peek at it.

It features Mac Miller, Ryan Adams and Lady Gaga.

“There are some pretty big people in the audience, and they’re like, [to me] ‘You’re so funny, Mac,'” Miller said of the audience members.

“They were like [sigh] ‘Dude, I don’t understand what’s going on.’

But then I just went, [sadly] ‘Well, if you’re a star, you get to be like that too.'”

“Cancer” is an instrumental track from “Mac,” which features the country singer, who recently had cancer.

“She’s like, What’s going to happen to me?

You know, when it’s all over?

You can’t even hear me,” Miller explained.

“[But] you know what, she’s really funny and I love her.”

Mac Miller talks about his cancer treatments on “Dangerous Minds” “I had cancer on December 10, I think it was a little over two weeks ago,” he shared.

“So I’m not really sure if I had cancer before or after that