Mac Miller‘s final mixtape Faces is making its way to streaming services.
The news was confirmed by the late artist’s friend and longtime collaborator ID Labs on Reddit. He responded to a user who commented on the lengthy process of clearing the samples on Faces, saying that the comment was “correct and currently happening.”
Faces dropped in May 2014 and is the 11th and last mixtape Miller released in his lifetime. The 24-track project features appearances from ScHoolboy Q, Sir Michael Rocks, Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul, Thundercat, Rick Ross, Mike Jones, Vince Staples and Dash, and is widely considered as one of, if not the best work Miller has ever released due to its stellar production and vibrant yet honest lyricism.
The impending arrival of Faces on streaming platforms will follow the official streaming release of K.I.D.S. in April 2020. The tracklist of Miller’s debut mixtape was not complete, however, lacking the tracks “Traffic in the Sky” and “La La La.”
Stay tuned for a release date.