The family of late rapper Mac Miller has released Circles, the album he had been working on before his death in 2018. Along with Friday’s posthumous album release, Miller’s estate also shared official music videos for each song on the record.

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The 12-track LP was intended by Miller (real name Malcolm McCormick) to be a companion piece to his Grammy-nominated 2018 album, Swimming. According to a statement from the McCormick family announcing the album, Circles represents “two different styles complementing each other, completing a circle—Swimming in Circles was the concept.” Miller had been working on the album with producer Jon Brion, who has since dedicated himself to making sure the album was released according to Miller and his family’s wishes.

The album’s only pre-release single/video, “Good News”, was released by the McCormick family last week. The rest of the videos are available on Mac Miller’s YouTube channel. Many of the videos are simply animated loops of things like horses riding through triangles or a leopard in the jungle, but others offer glimpses of a joyous Miller doing what he loved. The video for “Once A Day” simply scrolls through the comment section on “Good News” for nearly three minutes, highlighting fans’ gratitude for getting to hear him once again. Listen to Mac Miller’s posthumous album, Circles, and check out the accompanying music videos below.

Mac Miller – Circles – Full Album

Mac Miller – “Hands” 

Mac Miller – “That’s On Me”

Mac Miller – “Complicated”

Mac Miller – “Blue World”

Mac Miller – “Woods”

Mac Miller – “Surf”

Mac Miller – “Hand Me Downs”

Mac Miller – “Everybody”

Mac Miller – “Circles”

Mac Miller – “Once A Day”

Mac Miller – “I Can See”

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