Weekend

Songfacts®:

  • Mac Miller explained the meaning of this GO:OD AM track in a Genius annotation: "This song is about going through stress during the week and getting to the weekend to let it go. The verses are downers and then the hook brings you back up."
  • California singer-songwriter Miguel is on hook duties and croons the outro. "It feels like you're flying when Miguel starts singing," commented Miller. "It's so beautiful. One time someone asked if that was me singing. I was like, 'Yeah, definitely.'"

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