Thundercat Confirms Full Album With Mac Miller Exists

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Frequent Mac Miller (and Kendrick Lamar) collaborator Thundercat confirmed on Twitter over the weekend that a joint album between he and the late, beloved rapper exists.

It exist.

— ashy daddy (@Thundercat) July 31, 2020

It’s still not confirmed if the project will ever see the light of day, as Thundercat also mentioned that “everything isn’t meant to be put out like that.” He clearly respects Mac and his legacy. Considering the process of which Mac’s family and friends decided to release Circles after his death, which was very carried out very carefully, it may be some time before we hear the project, if at all.

Everything isn’t meant to be put out like that. Me and Mac worked on a lot of different things. He did as he saw fit y’all gotta relax lol. Bout to get my emotions flying all over the place.

— ashy daddy (@Thundercat) July 31, 2020

Thundercat, who played bass on “What’s The Use,” then signed off with a message that we can all agree with.

I’m gon go to bed now. Long live Mac miler.

— ashy daddy (@Thundercat) August 1, 2020