Mac Miller's fourth studio album The Divine Feminine has finally arrived. Though the 10-track project boasts features from CeeLo Green, Anderson .Paak and Mac's new boo Arianna Grande, it seems like the joint true Mac fans were waiting for was his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, "God Is Fair, Sexy, Nasty." You can listen to it below.

As the last track on the album, the overall theme of love is tied up with a bow thanks to Mac's matured musical imagination and a gushy vocal performance from Kendrick.

"Sexy, nasty, have no guideline/One day, four times/You don't mind that I don't care (pleasure, pleasure...)/Your divinity has turned me into a sinner/God is fair /Pleasure, pleasure," sing Mac and Kendrick for the chorus.

The Pittsburgh-Compton connection comes four years after K. Dot hooped on Mac's 2012 mixtape Macadelic for the song "Fight The Feeling."

Before the album's release, Mac sat down with Beats 1 Radio host Zane Lowe to talk specifically about the new Kendrick collab.

"We created something, which is my favorite thing because all these artists have their own creative minds and planets that they work on and you gotta create something new together for me. I don’t want to go do a song with Kendrick and then go make a Kendrick song," explained the 24-year-old in the interview snippet. He later went on to equate the process of making their track to something like a journey.

“It sounds like being in the ocean, relaxing, calm, floating and just like there and comfortable in your thoughts, and that’s how the record ends, which is so awesome,” Mac described.

Listen to "God Is Fair, Sexy, Nasty" below and cop The Divine Feminine on iTunes now.

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