Mac Miller’s Faces Will Release On Streaming Platforms October 15th. On Mother’s Day 2014, Mac Miller released a free mixtape called Faces, which Vulture critic Craig Jenkins now calls “the best work of his career.”
Macintosh Miller delivered a free mixtape, Faces, that now-Vulture pundit Craig Jenkins called “the best work of his vocation.” after seven years, the 25-track mixtape is being delivered on streaming stages and on vinyl out of the blue. The clique top choice, his eleventh tape, shown up between collections Watching Movies With the Sound Off and GO:OD AM. A fresh out of the plastic new music video for the track “Tones and Shapes” is out now, coordinated by Sam Mason. The video rejuvenates “pieces and pieces” from Miller’s adolescence, per Mason, “scenes from the town where he grew up, objects, toys from his room—little bits of his life that I extrapolated outwards and used to motivate the story.”
The video additionally includes Miller’s pet canine, King Ralph of Malibu. Ralph highlights on the venture, close by Schoolboy Q, Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul, Thundercat, Rick Ross, Mike Jones, Vince Staples, Dash, and Sir Michael Rocks. Circles, Mac Miller’s post mortem last collection, was delivered in January 2020, finished by maker and associate Jon Brion. Think back with regards to bygone times with “Tones and Shapes” and see the full track list for Faces beneath.