Mac Miller's cult favourite mixtape Faces is now available on all streaming services for the first time since its initial release. The project, which originally debuted on Mother's Day 2014, is a vital release in Mac's catalogue that followed-up his critically-acclaimed sophomore album Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Upon its arrival, the mixtape served as the high water mark for Mac's technical prowess and cemented a creative actualization that would continue through his career; reinventing himself with each new project.
In addition to being made available on streaming services Faces is also being presented on vinyl for the first time. You can order your copy HERE.
Another highlight for fans of the late rapper is a special audiovisual presentation of the album. Each song on the project receives a new visual. The entire presentation features a variety of different directors.
Sam Mason who did several of the visuals including "Colors and Shapes" spoke to how to project felt like it was it's own world.
"I saw a picture of Ralph and a story emerged," he says. "To build it out I asked Malcom's family to send me bits and pieces from his childhood, scenes from the town where he grew up, objects, toys from his room -- little pieces of his life that I extrapolated outwards and used to inspire the story."
Enjoy the project above and stream Faces below!