A written statement posted on Miller's Instagram detailed the nature of the new project, which is meant to serve as a sister album to the one previous - 2018's Grammy-nominated Swimming. The pair first joined forces on Ari's 2013 track, The Way, and collaborated again in 2016 on Miller's hit, My Favorite Part, to name a few. Elite Daily contacted Grande representatives to ask if the singer was on the album, but had no response at the time of publication. Miller passed away from an accidental drug overdose in September 2018.
Mac Miller's posthumous album Circles is also looking at a very strong opening with 175-200k (50-75k pure sales) and will be fighting with Halsey's new album Manic for the #2 spot. The album is Availability on via Warner Records.The late musician's family to his page WITH a POST about the new music. The family issued a statement saying that Jon Brion has been working alongside Mac Miller on the album.
Ariana Grande may never reveal whether she is the voice in I Can See or not, but I think fans are happy enough to have convinced themselves that it is. How about just Listen to Circles & mind your own business? While it's impossible to be sure unless Grande confirms this, it seems too random to be a coincidence. He shared a powerful message on Twitter when the album dropped: "I am truly honored to have contributed my vocals and drums on a song on Mac's final studio album".
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Dhawan, who is now in Rajkot preparing for tomorrow's (January 17) second ODI against Australia, wrote, "RIP Charulata Patel Ji". Charulata Patel ji, the 87-year-old super fan who cheered India on # CWC19PTI", said the World Association.
While another said: "Downloaded @MacMiller's circles and it's giving me shivers down my spine it's so good".
If you haven't listened to Circles yet, try to see if you can hear Grande's voice in the background of "I can see".