Mac Miller's Posthumous Collaboration With Free Nationals Has Arrived

Marking the 'Self Care' rapper's first posthumous release since his tragic passing in September 2018, 'Time' also features Kali Uchis and makes it debut on Apple Music's Beats 1 radio station.

AceShowbiz - Mac Miller has returned from beyond the grave to lend his vocals to the new single from fellow hip-hop star Anderson .Paak's band the Free Nationals.

The tragic star features alongside singer Kali Uchis on "Time", which was premiered by DJ Zane Lowe on Apple Music's Beats 1 radio station on Wednesday, June 12.

The soulful track is about the ups and downs of a relationship, and on Miller's verse, he offers up some sage advice about a brief separation.

"You get yours, of course, I get mine/And in the end, everything will be fine, that's by design," he raps.

He goes on to spit, "Making the wrong decisions and you sick of it all/But don't leave me, don't leave me/Because it feel too good to be easy, yeah/It's been a while, and I'm even different now/S**t, I'll probably make it better when you see me."

"Time" marks Miller's first posthumous release since suffering a fatal drug overdose in September (18), aged 26.

He had dated Ariana Grande for two years before parting ways in May, 2018.

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