Ariana Grande's 'Breathin' Video Seemingly Pays Tribute to Mac Miller

Leave it to Ariana Grande to put out something that's a beautiful work of art. The pop star released the much-anticipated music video to her single "Breathin" on Tuesday, which seemingly has hidden messages about her late ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller.

"Breathin" is the third single to come from Grande's fourth studio album Sweetener. The song addresses her battle with anxiety and importance of calling awareness to mental health—something Miller openly struggled with, in addition to substance abuse issues.

Quickly after the "Breathin" video's release, fans zoned in on a particular shot where a list of train departure times was listed. The word "remember" was a term that appeared on the 25-year-old Nickelodeon alum's departure list next to the time 11:11. Some fans promptly determined the connection this term had to Miller. 

"REMember" is a song that appears on Miller's second studio album Watching Movies with the Sound Off. The track was made in honor of his good friend, Ruben Eli Mitrani, after he died in 2012. 

"It's a dark science, when you're friends start dying / Like how could he go, he was part lion / Life goes on, tears all dryed in / Couple years are gon' by, bye then / ....Life is short, don't ever question the lengths / It's cool to cry, don't ever question your strength," Miller rapped. 

Posting the time 11:11 beside "remember" holds significance as well. The special time, which is often linked to wish-making, supposedly signifies angels are near and aiming to help guide you.

In addition to spotting this apparent tribute to Miller, other fans claimed "remember" was simply featured alongside the words "needy" and "imagine" for an entirely different reason. Some fans suspected the three terms were songs that would be included on Grande's fifth record, Thank U, Next.

Miller died in September. The "Donald Trump" rapper was found unconscious at his residence in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Studio City. His death was ruled as an accidental overdose. On Monday, it was confirmed he died from a combination of fentanyl and cocaine. He was 26. 

Grande revealed Monday how seeing a therapist "has saved my life so many times."  Before this, Grande spoke with Beats 1 in August about the issues "Breathin" addresses. "Mental health is so important," she said. "People don't pay enough mind to it because we have things to do. People don't pay attention to what's happening inside."

Ariana Grande Breathin Video Mac Miller Ariana Grande may have hidden a mini tribute to Mac Miller in her newly released "Breathin" music video. Here Grande is pictured arriving for the 2018 Met Gala on May 7, 2018, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images

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