Mac Miller to release Posthumous Album Next Week
It's been over a year than Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller died of an accidental drug overdose. Before his passing Miller was working on "Circles" which was meant to be a companion album to what turned out to be his final LP "Swimming" will be released January 17th, according to a note from Miller’s family on the late rapper’s Instagram.
Earlier this week, Miller's family posted on the rapper's Instagram page that they would be releasing a catalog of songs that he demoed for Circles before his passing. In the social media post it went on to say: that he was “well into the process” of recording “Circles. The post also says Miller was working with Jon Brion whom after Miller’s death in the fall of 2018, the family says Brion has dedicated himself to finishing “Circles,” using his time, un-used demos and conversations with Miller to complete the record.
Miller’s family also noted the difficulty of figuring out how to distribute and communicate this news to the world, and stated that their message would be the only post on any of the rapper’s social media. Going forward, details about Circles, Miller’s charity and any other information will be available via @92tilinfinity.
You can read the entire Instagram post below.
“We are left to imagine where Malcolm was going and to appreciate where he was,” the family said. “We hope you take the time to listen. The look on his face when everyone was listening said it all.”
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