The family of the late American rapper and record producer, Mac Miller, has dropped the deluxe edition of ‘Circles,’ his first posthumous album. The popular album was initially released with 12 songs. Now, the deluxe edition has an addition of two new tracks titled ‘Right’ and ‘Floating.’
‘Circles’ was released by Warner Brothers in January 2020. It was first launched on the 6th of March as a CD before it hit streaming services.
Mac Miller, who died in September 2018, had collaborated with Jon Brion to work on ‘Swimming’ and ‘Circles.’ Jon Brion completed ‘Circles’ after the death of Mac.
Mac Miller was popularly known for his hit songs such as Hand Me Downs, Good News, Donald Trump, Objects in the Mirror, 2019, Nikes On My Feet, Hurt Feelings, and so on.
Mac Miller’s album ‘Swimming’ was nominated at the Grammy. The talented rapper died at the age of twenty-six.