In the romantic clip, the couple plays next door neighbors who live in the same apartment complex and fall for each other after Miller sings to Grande through the walls of their apartment.
Real-life couple Mac Miller and Ariana Grande show off their chemistry in a romantic clip for Miller's newest single "My Favorite Part". The song is taken from Miller's fourth studio album "The Divine Feminine", which he released on September 16 and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.
In the new clip, Grande and Miller play next door neighbors who live in the same apartment complex. They are pictured in split-screen while singing wistfully towards each other. Eventually, they begin caressing each other and getting close.
"Said, you know I know who you really are, ain't need to lie/ Said, the universe couldn't keep us apart," Miller sings while Grande listens in on the song through the wall. The pair then continue singing, "It'll be alright babe, see, me, I got you covered/ I'm gon' be your lover, you might be the one."
Previously, the pair scored a major hit in 2013 with "The Way" off Grande's debut album "Yours Truly". Earlier this year, the couple united once again on a remix of Grande's "Into You", which first appeared on her most recent effort "Dangerous Woman".
Grande confirmed her relationship with Miller on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" earlier this year. They sparked dating rumors after they were spotted spending time together at Miller's concert and in his hometown. Grande and Miller made their relationship Instagram official in early September, when she posted a picture of her lying on the floor while hugging him.