Mac Miller’s family has released his sixth and final studio album titled “Circles.”
The late Mac Miller, rapper who would’ve turned 28 years on the 19th of January, has a new album out in stores, thanks to his family.
Mac Miller’s family had the announced the album last week and shared a new song, “Good News” which was released on the 9th of January 2020.
The fans expressed their excitements on social media including Twitter. They also mentioned how much they could not wait to listen to the album of their late favourite star.
CNN published that the Miller’s new release is meant to be a sister album to his 2018’s Grammy-nominated “Swimming,” completed with the help of producer Jon Brion. Mac worked with Brion on “Swimming” and had been working with him on “Circles” before the rapper passed away.
“Circles” features Miller singing and rapping along to live instrumentation.
His family posted a message on Miller’s Instagram page.
The new album is available on all music platforms including Apple iTunes, Spotify, Joox and many more.
Even though the album brought excitement to the music lovers, some of the fans were not happy.
This is because Eminem also decided to release his new album on the same day as Miller’s. Mac’s fans were not happy about that and expressed that this is somehow some sort of disrespect to the late rapper.
A fan tweeted “Eminem is TRASH for dropping that album the same day as Mac Miller’s final posthumous album ever.”