Good news for fans. Late Rapper Mac Miller’s 2010 project, K.I.D.S. is going to be available on all digital platforms and streaming services later this year. The Rostrum Records founder Benjy Grinberg made the announcement through an Instagram post.
Benjy Grinberg, on 9th anniversary of K.I.D.S.’ release, posted the cover art of the K.I.D.S. mixtape on Instagram. He captioned it the announcement of the good news. Grinberg wrote that after ‘Macdelic’ came out, Mac had asked him if they could next clear the K.I.D.S. mixtape. It was challenging for the Rostrum Records team, but fortunately, they got through it. Grinberg confessed that the Rostrum Records miss Mac and tirelessly strive to keep his music alive. In the final sentence of the caption, Grinberg wrote, “We love you, Mac.”
K.I.D.S., an acronym for, Kickin’ Incredibly Dope Shit, was an incredible hit mixtape of 2010. It helped Mac expand his career and gain numerous fans. The mixtape boasted standout cuts such as the Black Diamond-produced “Nikes on My Feet,” “Senior Skip Day,” “The Spins,” “Kool-Aid and Frozen Pizza” and “Knock Knock.” The mixtape displayed Mac’s understanding and live for hip hop as he rapped over beats that sampled the likes of Nas, Q-Tip, and Lord Finesse.
The availability of K.I.D.S. on all digital platforms and streaming services is definitely going to be a treat for the Mac Miller fans. To maintain Mac’s legacy, his fans have decided once again to gather at Pittsburgh’s Blue Slide Park on 7th September to mark Mac’s first death anniversary.