Christian Weber

Mac Miller's posthumous album Circles has been released.

As we previously mentioned, the new project was finished by his past collaborator Jon Brion, who "dedicated himself" to completing this record, which was intended to be a companion to the late rapper's last album Swimming.

The 12-song record arrived digitally on Friday, including the song "Good News," which was released last week. Physical copies of the album are available now for pre-order, and a limited order of Circles merchandise if also available to purchase through Thursday (Jan. 23).

Coinciding with the Circles release are three pop-up exhibits celebrating Miller's life and music, with one in Los Angeles, New York and his home city Pittsburgh. Entry is free and all net proceeds from the pop-up merch sales will go to The Mac Miller Fund.

Hear the full album below.