Mac Miller’s ‘KIDS’ mixtape gets deluxe edition with two new songs

“Ayye” and “Back in the Day” were released to mark its tenth anniversary.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Mac Miller’s breakout mixtape, KIDS, the late rapper’s estate has released a deluxe edition of the project featuring two new tracks.

The fresh additions to the 2010 mixtape, “Ayye” and “Back in the Day,” now join fan favorites like “Nikes on My Feet” and “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza.”

On Thursday, Rostrum Records—the independent Pittsburgh label that released Miller’s music early in his career—tweeted, “KIDS holds a special place in all of our hearts. We hope you enjoy celebrating this iconic mixtape with us!”

KIDS—which stands for “Kickin’ Incredibly Dope Shit”—was officially released on streaming services in April. It was missing two tracks, “Traffic in the Sky” and bonus track “La La La,” which unfortunately are still not available on the deluxe edition.

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Miller died from an accidental drug overdose at the age of 26 in 2018. His final album, Circles, was released posthumously in January. The album was recorded as a companion piece to his 2018 LP, Swimming, and received its own deluxe version in March.

Revisit KIDS and hear the two previously unreleased songs below:

Remember Mac Miller with eight of the most memorable songs from his extensive catalog.

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