Fans of the late hip-hop star Mac Miller gathered today on Pittsburgh’s North Side for the release of his sixth and final studio album, Circles. Warner Records held a pop-up exhibition featuring multimedia fan art and exclusive new Circles merchandise available for purchase with all proceeds going to The Mac Miller Fund. A block over from the “Circles: Til Infinity” pop-up exhibition, fans could have an immersive front-to-back listening experience of the new album Circles.
The record release was announced last week by Miller’s family. The record is the follow-up to Miller’s 2018 record, Swimming.
The exhibitions will run through January 18 from noon to 9 p.m. and admission is free. Fans must sign up for the private listening at 424 Suismon Street with the listening experience located at 900 Middles Street.
Miller’s death on Sept. 7, 2018, shocked the hip-hop world, especially his friends and family. The cause of death was later ruled an an accidental overdose.