He may have died a while back but Mac Miller’s legacy is still very much alive and humming. A new evidence is right in your face: The songster’s “Swimming” album is set to be presented as an audiovisual, making it even more accessible to fans.
The original album was released back in 2018. The audiovisual presentation of the project will take place tomorrow, August 3, and will feature contributions by some people who had worked with Miller previously.
Jon Brion, who was involved in the making of “Swimming,” will handle the mixing of the audiovisual presentation alongside Greg Koller. The audiovisual presentation was announced by the estate of the late musician.
“Swimming” was the last album the musician released before death intruded. But then, it was a work well done and it earned songster a posthumous Grammy nomination in the Best Rap Album category. The same project also debuted at No. 3 on Billboard Hot 200 – a gratifying milestone for any musician out there.
The news of the imminent audiovisual album has been greeted with exciyement by fans, with some noting they can’t wait to see what the late rapper’s estate has been cooking. Oh, well, thou shoulst be “Swimming” at this hour, Mac Miller!