The nearly-four-minute visuals sees the Pittsburgh rapper performing the ballad while playing a keyboard on a stage.
Mac Miller shows fans his softer side in the brand new visuals for "Youforia". Featuring the footage of his "The Space Migration" tour, the nearly-four-minute video sees the Pittsburgh rapper singing the tune while playing a keyboard on a stage.
Footage of him performing the track live intersperses with the scenes that give glimpses at tourmate Earl Sweatshirt dancing and the audience members getting excited. Miller is also seen drumming and rapping in slow motion.
Produced by Clams Casino, "Youforia" is taken from Miller's sophomore album entitled "Watching Movies With the Sound Off". The album, which was released back in June, debuted at No. 3 on Billboard 200.
Miller is currently busy with his tour, which features some guests including Sweatshirt and Chance the Rapper. In November, Miller and Sweatshirt will join the second annual Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All's Carnival.
The one-day event will be held in Los Angeles on November 9 with Odd Future's members Frank Ocean and Tyler, the Creator serving as headliners.
Mac Miller's "Youforia" music video