Mac Miller's Childhood Friend Dylan Reynolds Plays Touching 'No Control' Tribute on 'Late Late Show': Watch


Dylan Reynolds made his tv debut with the emotional “No Control" on The Late Late Show on Thursday evening (Nov. 15). Before taking the stage, host James Corden defined that he found that Mac Miller had shared the 27-year-old Pittsburg singer's new track Twitter round per week earlier than the rapper's passing.

“What I didn’t know after I fell in love together with his music is that Dylan and Mac turned greatest buddies once they had been 5 years previous, and that when Dylan was recognized with most cancers, Mac was the primary individual there with him within the hospital even shaving his head as a present of solidarity,” stated Corden. “The track he’s performing tonight is completely stunning and was written whereas Dylan was present process chemotherapy.”  

Reynolds stood alone together with his guitar on a darkish stage surrounded by spotlights for the shifting acoustic efficiency.

“I may very well be your buddy,” he started in a gentle voice. “We don’t need to faux/ You make it higher/ You don’t even practically need to strive/ Someone out there's dwelling my dream/ Heaven is nearer than it appears/ You’ve all the time recognized it/ I’m simply studying it by some means.”

“I’ve obtained no management I’m simply dwelling for the second,” he crooned on the refrain in his hushed, barely raspy voice. “I misplaced all management and I didn’t even understand it/ I’m considering you’re the one one/ Who can take me again house.”

A trio of backup singers and a piano participant had been revealed on the stage with Reynolds because the track slowly brightened, gliding to a delicate finish that included a loving hug from Corden.

Watch Reynold’s touching efficiency beneath.