Mac Miller’s First Posthumous Release Drops

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June 12, 2019 | 3:14pm EST

Mac Miller has returned from beyond the grave to lend his vocals to the new single from fellow hip-hop star Anderson .paak’s band the Free Nationals.
The tragic star features alongside singer Kali Uchis on Time, which was premiered by DJ Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station on Wednesday (12Jun19).
The soulful track is about the ups and downs of a relationship, and on Miller’s verse, he offers up some sage advice about a brief separation.
“You get yours, of course, I get mine/And in the end, everything will be fine, that’s by design,” he raps.
He goes on to spit, “Making the wrong decisions and you sick of it all/But don’t leave me, don’t leave me/Because it feel too good to be easy, yeah/It’s been a while, and I’m even different now/S**t, I’ll probably make it better when you see me.”
Time marks Miller’s first posthumous release since suffering a fatal drug overdose in September (18), aged 26.
He had dated Ariana Grande for two years before parting ways in May, 2018.