Mac Miller's "deluxe" version of "Circles" was released and it includes two new songs that we didn't hear on the original.
In January, Mac Miller's posthumous album, "Circles," was released to the public and definitely didn't disappoint. The two new songs on "Circles" are "Right" and "Floating." They are both songs that will 100 percent put you in your feels remembering Mac and his music.
During all of the panic and fear from the coronavirus pandemic and the quarantining across the world, these two new songs definitely brought a little bit of joy to Mac fans.
Since Mac Miller's passing in September 2018, Jon Brion took over finishing the production of "Circles" to finish Mac's unfinished work. He worked very closely with him on creating the album and his family gave him the right to continue it to make sure that Mac's legacy wasn't left unfinished.
Right before Mac's passing, he released his album "Swimming," which is the companion album to "Circles" because he was working on a concept of "Swimming in Circles."
Mac Miller has definitely left us a lot more than we could ever hope for after his death and that truly shows how much he valued his art and his fanbase.