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05:40  13 june  2019
05:40  13 june  2019 Source:   people.com

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Mac Miller posthumously features on Free Nationals' new single. G L Askew II for NPR hide caption. After Kali Uchis and Mac Miller finish their verses, the track rides out on a silky stream of horns before the swift deluge all the way down.

The collaboration is the first posthumous release from Mac Miller since his death last September. The Free Nationals premiered the song on Zane Lowe' s Beat 1 Show, noting that the song is Miller ' s verse on " Time " is like hearing from an old friend, until a line reminds you of the gravity of his passing.

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Nine months after Mac Miller‘s sudden death, his first posthumous track has been released.

On Wednesday, the Free Nationals — Anderson .Paak’s R&B group — released their new song “Time,” which features Miller and singer Kali Uchis.

Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time' © Provided by TIME Inc. Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'

On the track, the late hip-hop star looks back on a broken relationship, poignantly rapping: “In the end, everything will be fine / It’s by design.”

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The collaboration is the first posthumous release from Mac Miller since his death last September. The Free Nationals premiered the song on Zane Lowe' s Beat 1 Show, noting that the song is Miller ' s verse on " Time " is like hearing from an old friend, until a line reminds you of the gravity of his passing.

Nine months after Mac Miller ' s untimely death, a song with the first official posthumous vocals from the rapper has been released . On early Wednesday (June 12), Anderson .Paak' s band, The Free Nationals, unloaded " Time ," a new track featuring appearances from the late Mac Miller and singer

Miller was found dead in his Los Angeles home on Sept. 7, 2018; he was 26 years old. In November, the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner revealed Miller died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol, ruling the rapper’s death was accidental and due to mixed drug toxicity.

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Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'
Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time'

The Pittsburgh native struggled with substance abuse for years, often writing songs about his daily drug usage, mental health, and desire for sobriety. After he rose to fame in 2011, Miller began to rely on marijuana to cope with stress while touring before turning to promethazine, codeine, and cocaine to manage his demons.

In 2015, Miller told Billboard he wanted to be remembered for his music.

Listen to Mac Miller's First Posthumously Released Track 'Time' © Pedro Fiuza/NurPhoto *** FILE IMAGE *** US rapper Mac Miller has been found dead at his California home on September 7, 2018. Reports say the 26-year-old, died from an apparent overdose. File Image: Mac Miller performs during the Rock in Rio Lisboa 2014 music festival in Portugal. ( Photo by Pedro Fiúza/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

“I was too worried about the legacy that I would leave behind — how I would be remembered if I died,” he said at the time. “That was my whole thing. Like, you never know, man, so I’ve got to make sure I make all this music so when I die there’s albums and albums. But now, I’m going to make sure I do some s— in life, too.”

And the rapper expanded on his hopes for his legacy in the now-haunting 2016 documentary Stopped Making Excuses.

“I’d rather be the corny white rapper than the drugged-out mess that can’t even get out of his house,” he said at the time. “Overdosing is just not cool. There’s no legendary romance. You don’t go down in history because you overdosed. You just die.”

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