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Mac Miller Album Set To Drop Next Week

1,341 views | January 9, 2020 | News | By hiphopallaround

Yesterday (Jan. 8), a family member of Mac Miller took to Instagram and announced that his first posthumous album will be dropping next week. The album titled "Circles" is set to be released on Jan. 17.
In the penned message from family on his Instagram says that the album serves as a companion project for his critically acclaimed Swimming LP."Two different styles complementing each other, completing a circle—Swimming in Circles was the concept," the message reads.

‪#MacMiller's Posthumous Album 'Circles' Releasing January 17th. Are you ready for it?

56.8k Likes, 722 Comments - Rap by RAPTV (@rap) on Instagram: "‪#MacMiller's Posthumous Album 'Circles' Releasing January 17th. Are you ready for it?"


Authorities are holding three men behind bars in connection with Mac Miller's death. Cameron James Pettit, Stephen Walter, and Ryan Reavis are all facing a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in federal prison if convicted.

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Yesterday (Jan. 8), a family member of Mac Miller took to Instagram and announced that his first posthumous album will be dropping next week. The album titled “Circles” is set to be released on Jan. 17.


In the penned message from family on his Instagram says that the album serves as a companion project for his critically acclaimed Swimming LP.“Two different styles complementing each other, completing a circle—Swimming in Circles was the concept,” the message reads.






‪#MacMiller’s Posthumous Album ‘Circles’ Releasing January 17th. Are you ready for it?

56.8k Likes, 722 Comments – Rap by RAPTV (@rap) on Instagram: “‪#MacMiller’s Posthumous Album ‘Circles’ Releasing January 17th. Are you ready for it?”


Authorities are holding three men behind bars in connection with Mac Miller’s death. Cameron James Pettit, Stephen Walter, and Ryan Reavis are all facing a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in federal prison if convicted.

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