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Mac Miller's Faces Mixtape Is Finally Available on Streaming Services

Mac Miller fans have been waiting for years to stream his acclaimed mixtape Faces, which was originally released in 2014 as a free download. Now, the project has finally arrived on all major streaming platforms, with a few changes and additions.

Faces is widely regarded as one of Mac Miller's best works, showcasing his lyrical skills, musical versatility, and personal struggles with addiction and mental health. The mixtape features guest appearances from Earl Sweatshirt, ScHoolboy Q, Rick Ross, Vince Staples, Ab-Soul, and more.

The re-release of Faces was announced on September 15, 2021, through Mac Miller's second Instagram account, 92tilinfinity[^1^]. Alongside the announcement, a trailer was shared that featured clips of Mac Miller working on the mixtape and performing some of the songs live.

The re-release also comes with a few changes from the original version. Some of the songs have been renamed, such as "Here We Go" becoming "Inside Outside", "Therapy" becoming "Malibu", and "Uber" becoming "San Francisco". Additionally, some of the samples have been cleared or replaced, such as the Billy Joel sample on "Wedding" and the Radiohead sample on "Colors and Shapes". The re-release also includes two bonus tracks: "Amen" and "Circles", which were previously leaked online.

Faces is now available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and other platforms. Fans can also purchase a vinyl edition of the mixtape from Mac Miller's official website.Faces has received critical acclaim from fans and critics alike, who praised Mac Miller's lyrical prowess, musical diversity, and emotional honesty. The mixtape is considered a fan-favorite of Mac Miller's projects, and many fans had hoped it would one day be released on official streaming services[^3^].

Pitchfork gave Faces a 7.3 out of 10, calling it "Mac Miller's most ambitious post-Watching Movies project" and noting that it "prizes frankness over curation"[^2^]. Rate Your Music ranked Faces as the best mixtape of 2014 and the second-best album overall, with an average rating of 4.05 out of 5. The site's users praised the mixtape's "drugs, death, depressive" themes and its "psychedelic, abstract, conscious" sound[^1^].

Faces is a testament to Mac Miller's artistic growth and personal struggles, as well as a tribute to his legacy as one of the most influential and beloved rappers of his generation. The mixtape is a must-listen for any fan of hip-hop, jazz, or experimental music.One of the most anticipated aspects of the re-release of Faces was the inclusion of two bonus tracks: "Yeah" and "Circles". These songs were previously leaked online, but never officially released by Mac Miller or his estate.

"Yeah" is a psychedelic rap song that features Mac Miller questioning his existence and his drug use over a trippy beat produced by DJ Dahi and Ging. The song samples "When Will We Die" by Alain Goraguer from the soundtrack of the 1973 animated film Fantastic Planet. The song also features a voice-over from an unknown woman who asks Mac Miller "Who do you think you are" and "Do you think you went too far"[^1^].

"Circles" is a melancholic pop song that features Mac Miller singing about feeling stuck in a cycle of depression and addiction over a guitar-driven beat produced by Jon Brion. The song was originally intended to be part of Mac Miller's posthumous album Circles, which was released in 2020 as a companion piece to his 2018 album Swimming. However, the song was left off the final tracklist for unknown reasons. The song shares its title and chorus with another song on Circles, but has different verses and instrumentation[^2^]. aa16f39245


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