Mac Miller’s first posthumous release has arrived with the help of Anderson .Paak’s band Free Nationals. The song, which is titled “Time,” features the late Pittsburgh native as well as singer Kali Uchis.

The Free Nationals’ “Time” debuts after some previously unheard Miller tracks were leaked over the past month. In May, a song titled “Benji The Dog” surfaced online. More recently, the Metro Boomin collaboration “Real” also managed to leak.

Miller contributes one verse to “Time,” which is a track exploring the need for growth in a relationship.

He raps, “If you can make it with me, you can make it on your own/So quit the bullshit and playing on my phone/We just need some time/Keep watching, let it all unwind/ You get yours, of course, I get mine/And in the end, everything will be fine, that’s by design.”

Miller passed away last September at the age of 26. The cause of death was an accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol.

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