Mac Miller’s first posthumous album, ‘Circles’ announced
Mac Miller‘s first official work since his death in September 2018 is finally ready to be heard. Release plans for the late rapper’s material and a rumored documentary have been up in the air in the year since his death, though now his estate is preparing to release Circles, a companion to 2018’s Swimming, which landed only a month before Miller’s passing. Circles is due to be released on January 17.
In a statement posted to Miller’s social media channels by his family, the 26-year-old rhymer was well in the process of recording Circles with producer Jon Brion at the time of his death. The LP was originally planned to be a conceptual compliment to the critically well-received Swimming. Read the full statement from Miller’s family below.