Mac Miller and Ariana Grande became mighty serious, mighty quickly.

The rapper appeared on Power 105's The Breakfast Club Thursday morning to talk about his new music, but inevitably the conversation turned into one about his new girlfriend. Although they took their relationship public in August, the "Weekend" rapper revealed that their feelings for each other have grown immensely.

"Just because we are two people who are in love and have a great relationship doesn't mean I am going to get weird about this incredible music we make," he told Charlemagne when asked about how the media affects his relationship.

Miller and Grande have collaborated on a couple of songs, "The Way" and "My Favorite Part," the former having been released in 2013. Despite being close back then, Miller explained that they weren't on a romantic level back then.

"We were just close friends," he shared.

Even though they've decided to mix business with pleasure, Miller maintained that he prefers to keep his own career separate, despite knowing his personal and professional life will always overlap. "I'm here to talk about music and I happen to be in a fantastic relationship with someone I also enjoy making music with," he said, "so those lines can get blurred very easily on what I am here trying to do."

That being said, he made it perfectly clear that his new record is not about her. "It's crazy to me people are like the whole album is about her," he laughed. "I am saying like timetable wise how quickly you think I can make an album?"

While he's busy promoting The Divine Feminine and recording music, Miller always has his girlfriend at the forefront of his mind. "That is a true thing in my life," he said. "She is amazing."

Although Miller is open to giving some insight into his relationship, Grande has taken a different route. While talking to Ryan Seacrest, the "Side to Side" songstress clapped back at the host for trying to ask about her Instagram post that seem to "confirm" her relationship.

"If I post something, that's what I'm willing to share at the moment," she snapped. "That doesn't mean then you, Ryan Seacrest, with millions of listeners, are entitled to more information."

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