Published: Sun, January 19, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Fans are convinced Ariana Grande features on Mac Miller's posthumous album

Fans are convinced Ariana Grande features on Mac Miller's posthumous album

Some users think that Grande could dive deep into her work with the Circles album, arousing very harsh feelings, but others are convinced that her statement is a cryptic message perhaps confirming her involvement in "I Can See".

Mac Miller's posthumous album is released today, two days before what would have been his 28th birthday.

Along with the album's release, three pop-up exhibits celebrating Miller's life are available for fans to attend in New York, Los Angeles, and Pittsburgh.

As we previously mentioned, the new project was finished by his past collaborator Jon Brion, who "dedicated himself" to completing this record, which was meant to be a companion to the late rapper's last album Swimming.

Ariana Grande and Mac Miller were not only one of our favorite former couples but also a match made in musical heaven before the rapper's untimely passing in September 2018.

Before passing away at the age of 26, Miller had planned to release Circles as a companion piece to his last album Swimming - a play on the phrase "swimming in circles".

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The late musician's family took to his Instagram page with a post about the new music.

The rapper's posthumous album is released today. The act of having to write this at all feels surreal. He had been working with Jon Brion, who after hearing some of the first versions of the songs, erased his agenda to help Malcolm refine them. We are eternally grateful to Jon and those who gave their best to the hard and emotional task of doing this work.

His family previously said, "It is a complicated process that has no right answer".

The album has been met with critical acclaim. Information regarding this release, his charity, and Malcolm himself will be found at @92tilinfinity. We miss him. We are left to imagine where Malcolm was going and to appreciate where he was.

If you haven't listened to Circles yet, try to see if you can hear Grande's voice in the background of "I can see". The expression on his face when everyone listened said it all.

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