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Two brand new songs are here for Mac Miller fans from his ‘K.I.D.S.’ Project Deluxe Anniversary Edition! Check it out.

The late Mac Miller’s mixtape K.I.D.S. is presently ten years more established and two songs longer. At 12 PM on Thursday, August 13, Mac Miller’s home-delivered a special variant of his hit mixtape K.I.D.S., delivered on August 13, 2010, on the tenth commemoration of its delivery. The rapper passed away on September 7, 2018, of a medication overdose because of a blend of fentanyl-bound fake oxycodone pills, cocaine, and alcohol at 26 years old.

The patch up from Rostrum Records of the record that initially dropped on DatPiff and was transferred to streaming administrations in April goes ahead the impact points of the January arrival of Miller’s after death collection, Circles.


The tenth commemoration uncommon release generally rapper Mac Miller’s breakout K.I.D.S. mixtape dropped on Thursday (Aug. 13) and it highlights two new melodies not accessible on the first Aug. 13, 2010, form: “Ayye” and “Back in the Day.”

The 18-track K.I.D.S. (which stands for Kickin’ Incredibly Dope S–t), contains some of Miller’s most beloved early tracks, including “Nikes on My Feet” and “Kool-Aid & Frozen Pizza.” The new tracks perfectly fit the loose, friendly vibe of K.I.D.S., with Mac rapping, “Too many people always thought I wouldn’t ever do s–t/ I’m ruinin’ my life and I’ll never get rich/ Forever I’m this, never goin’ back/ Don’t fade to black, I’ma stain the map/ Yeah, I’m changin’ rap and my name is Mac/ Trust me, then I’m ready when the cameras flash/ ‘Cause the boy got presents like Santa’s bag” over a chill, bouncy beat.

The more smooth “Back in the Day” discovers Mac running down his maturing achievement while thinking back about when no one had faith in his fantasies. “Back in the day, when it was a dream/ Nobody believed in what I could be/ But now I’m laughin’ at ’em like, ‘Ha-ha-ha,'” he raps. “‘Cause I’ma be okay/ Back in the day when it was a dream/ Nobody believed in what I could be/ But now I’m laughin’ at ’em like, ‘Ha-ha-ha.'” Miller died of an accidental drug overdose in Sept. 2018 at age 26.

K.I.D.S. appeared at No. 112 on the Billboard 200 when it showed up on streaming administrations on April 29.


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