Mac Miller’s Posthumous Album “Circles” Out Now, Stream
The announcement of new music from Mac Miller and a full album dropping this Jan. 17 came earlier this month by his estate with the “last” post from Miller’s IG page.
The statement was followed by single “Good News” as it goes with full meaning for the news. Video for the track was delivered the same day. Now Mac Miller’s family drops the full-length project with tracks recorded by the late rapper and produced by Jon Brion.
Stream the album here:
Or here (Apple Music)
This post was edited. The original post was published on Jan.9, 2020.
Mac Miller Posthumous Album “Circles” To Drop Next Week
Mac Miller will continue to inspire his fans even after his death. His family announced on Jan.8, that a posthumous full-length project “Circles” will be released next week. The news posted via the late rapper’s IG page is that the sequel to his 2018 “Swimming” should complete the concept of swimming in circles which was Miller’s idea.
“Here we are. The act of having to write this at all feels surreal,” the post begins.
According to the post, “Circles” should drop on Jan. 17, two days before Mac’s birthday which is on Jan. 19. With the release day announcement, Mac’s family shared that the production of the project will be handled by the well-known Jon Brion, who was working with Mac on the album before his tragic death.
The writer reveals that this will be the last post on any of Mac Miller’s channels, so if you want to keep in touch with his legacy you can follow the @92tilinfinity account.
Check out the album cover and stay tuned for more information.