Two New Mac Miller Songs Are Set To Be Released This Month
Mac Miller’s posthumous album, Circles, was first released early this year, offering fans of the late singer a chance to enjoy music that Miller was working on just before his death. Now, there are two more tunes from Miller’s archives that will be added to the next release of Circles.
The Circles deluxe edition, featuring previously unheard songs, “Right” and “Floating”, will be released first as a CD on March 6, and drop on streaming services around the world on March 20, according to Billboard.
In a statement released on Instagram announcing the album, Mac Miller's family said that releasing Circles without Mac here to see it through was made possible thanks to Mac's collaborator, musician and record producer, Jon Brion, who carried on finessing and fine-tuning the songs based on prior conversations he had with Mac. "This is a complicated process that has no right answer. No clear path. We simply know that it was important to Malcolm for the world to hear it," they wrote.
Miller died of an accidental drug overdose in September 2018 – his death came as a huge shock and was a great sadness to family, friends, and his fanbase. Three men have been arrested for distributing the drugs that killed Miller – one has pleaded not guilty.
For a full breakdown of Mac Millers album, Circles, (minus the two new songs, for obvious reasons), head to our album review here.
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