Mac Miller’s Circles

Josue Valdez Rueda Nicholas, Staff Writer

Recently released last night Thursday January 16, 2020 was Mac Miller’s new album Circles. The recent album comes from the rapper/singer who recently passed away when he overdosed on drugs. 

 

The rapper would go through rough times and have problems with drug addictions. Although sadly the singer was involved with drugs again and passed away on September 7, 2018. 

 

Mac Miller’s death made a huge impact on the music community and people. Many celebrities like Donald Glover aka “Childish Gambino” and Ariana Grande reacted with morn and prays.

 

Childish Gambino stated after his death this, “Like my heart was broken and I feel good about being sad, because it tells me that he was special, that I had a special moment. Everybody in this room deserves that.”

 

Mac Miller’s made various albums and songs like “Swimming” and “Self Care”. Mac Miller made many songs that give you a chill jazz like vibe. 

 

The new recent album comes with 12 songs in it, with songs like circles, surf, etc and even “Good News.” “Good News” was recently released before January 9, 2020 which showed a trippy video while the music played. 

 

From listening to his recent album, it gives you good vibes. The videos posted on Mac Millers Youtube Channel have trippy visuals that go with the music. 

 

It definitely has the same vibe that comes from his older music, Nothing too crazy, just something you can relax and listen too.

 

I did realize that a lot of the recent songs on this album have a really long outro although. After around three minutes into the song Mac Miller stops singing and instrumental and background music continues to play on without Mac Miller singing. 

 

I don’t really have a problem with it, but for new people listening to it, if your not a fan of 5 minute songs then this probably isn’t the move.

 

Although there has been much love for it, I asked a couple people about it and people seem to love the recent album.

According to Antwon from Riverton High, “It goes hard.”

 

But besides that the album is incredibly good and would recommend listening to it.