Fans can’t stop swimming in the post-death editions of Mac Miller.
After the rapper’s death, in 2018, his label released “Circles,” followed by several singles, including Dvsn’s “I Believe,” Free Nation’s “Time,” and 88-key “It’s Life”. .
Now the rapper’s 2014 “Faces” mixtape will be on streaming services and vinyl for the first time.
The album, first released on Mother’s Day seven years ago, could be purchased by Miller’s die-hard fans on Friday.
For people who have never heard of “Faces,” Twitter offers tips from honored listeners.
“Don’t be the first to sing any song” @HipHopNumbers on Twitter. “If you’ve never heard of it, start with ‘Inside,’ close the curtains, shut up your phone, and join the Mac in your own world.”
“From one the best Named the “mix of all time” by its fans, “Faces” is gaining public attention on Twitter as people look forward to its fall.
“I think Mac’s best project” wrote a single fan.
“Such a great project” wrote another “cries tonight”
The mixed-race single titled “Colors and Shapes” came out with a video taken by Sam Mason earlier this year.
In the video, the dog is traveling in space and in other dimensions. The dog was inspired by one of Miller’s pets, Ralph, and his family sent nostalgic items to Mason, which inspired his imagination.
The song begins with a retro-sounding voice: “Who am I?”. Did I answer the question? Well, I face it all the time.
In a statement by Mason about the video, he said: “This track seemed very visual to me – it was like I had my own world … It’s about my childhood – being a video about growing up as an artist and being low-height experience. “
Mason continued, the song is about the artist’s “dangerous” journey.
Miller of Pittsburgh, as a teenager, became famous for his frat rap songs – you heard him with red solo glasses in the basement – and at age 20, he had a platinum single that topped the Billboard charts.
Eventually, he finished his carefree, young rap style to develop his voice and style on his album KIDS.
The songs “Watch Silent Movies” and “GO: OD AM” performed more jazz and rhythmic rhythms on the album “Divine Femininity” in 2016 when they met pop star Ariana Grande.
Her latest album, Swimming, was released on September 7, 2018, a month before Miller’s death, due to an accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol. He was only 26 years old. His label later released “Circles,” which he worked on until the rapper’s death in 2020.
Miller was no stranger to dark songs. In fact, he hugged them. In particular, in “Faces,” he raps, “Don’t tell my mom there’s a drug problem.”
Fans noted The first Inside Outside song on Mixape begins with the line “I should have died already” and is released after death.