Mac Miller’s Album ‘Circles’ Released With The Blessing Of His Family

This weekend the Mac Miller Estate released Mac Millers posthumous album Circles. With the blessing of his family they opened their arms for an intimate preview of Circles: Til’ Infinity listening party.

In September 2018 the Pittsburgh rapper died of an accidental drug overdose. At the time of his death he was working on Circles alongside veteran composer-producer Jon Brion.

Circles: Til’ Infinity took place in three cities Pittsburgh, New York, and Los Angeles. The event was organized by Warner Brothers Records, Mirrored Media, and Mac Miller’s family and former management. Hundreds gathered in all three locations to be able to experience Circles: Til’ Infinity, art by fans and friends, and to purchase exclusive merchandise.

This was a moment to remember Mac Miller and celebrate him as an artist, rapper, producer, singer, and Pittsburgh’s sauciest guy.

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