Deluxe Digital Version Of Mac Miller K.I.D.S. Mixtape Released 2 NEW SONGS

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The Rostrum Records has released a Deluxe Digital Version of Mac Miller’sK.I.D.S. mixtape” to rejoice its 10th anniversary. Listen to the Deluxe Version below.

On August 13, 2010, The mixtape, Miller’s fourth arrived, included the tracks “Kool-Aid & Frozen Pizza” and “Nikes On My Feet,” and the updated deluxe version includes two new tracks.

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The songs, ‘Ayye’ and ‘Back In The Day’ has added in ‘K.I.D.S.’ although the label has not confirmed whether or not they had been initially meant to seem on the album. Listen to the deluxe version of K.I.D.S, which follows for Kickin’ Incredibly Dope Shit and references the 1995 movie Kids, below via Spotify. 

Deluxe Digital Version Of Mac Miller’s K.I.D.S. Mixtape Released 2 NEW SONGS

Rostrum Records surprisingly tweeted today on Twitter, and announced that, “TONIGHT we’re celebrating the 10th anniversary of @MacMiller’s K.I.D.S. mixtape by releasing a deluxe digital version with 2 NEW SONGS!.”

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Not long after Eric Dan, known professionally as E. Dan and owner of ID Labs studio where Miller produced much of his work, he shared a snippet of ‘Ayye’ on Instagram and wrote that, “I produced this one called ‘Ayye’,” Love and miss my brother every day and forever 💙✨✨✨✨”

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Last month, it was revealed that Mac Miller’s crew is working on a tribute project that may rejoice Miller’s life and music. “Mac Miller’s crew is working on an untitled project to rejoice Malcolm and his music,” a brief statement posted to social media mentioned. “His artwork touched so many lives, in so many ways.”

Mac Miller(real name Malcolm James McCormick) was an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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