The first posthumous Mac Miller music is now available. The Free Nationals recruited Kali Uchis and Miller's vocals for "Time," which premiered over on Beats 1 as Zane Lowe's World Record for Wednesday (June 12). The smooth tune serves as first release for Anderson .Paak's band since 2018's "Beauty & Essex."
The late rapper takes the baton from Uchis following a tuneful chorus, as Miller reflects on the journey of a failed relationship. "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/ Shit i’ll probably make it better when you see me," he raps.
Mac Miller, born Malcolm McCormick, died of an accidental overdose at his California residence back in September of 2018. Plans for a documentary by filmmaker C.J. Wallis were shelved by Miller's family and estate earlier in June. "The outpouring of support for the doc and that it was us trying to make one was humbling, and in time perhaps we will get to see it through," Wallis concluded.
Give "Time" a listen below.