Mac Miller Posthumously Appears on Seth Hirsch’s ‘Say Goodbye’: Listen


Emerging rapper Seth Hirsch went to the vault to let go of a new music that includes a posthumous help from the late Mac Miller. The bittersweet "Say Goodbye" was launched  Audiomack on Wednesday (Feb. 13), earlier than the observe turns into broadly out there at midnight ET.

Mac delivers an intoxicating hook, which spills into an prolonged verse. "Living with a coronary heart that's damaged/ We understand how that really feel/ We at all times caught up within the second/ And this ain't no drill, one shot one kill/ Just pop one tablet, you'll be good by the morning," he gently rhymes. The tune sees manufacturing from Nottz, who beforehand collaborated with the Swimming artist quite a few instances on tracks like "Pet Sounds" and "Walkin' Home."

"The music’s about poisonous relationships, and coping with somebody who's shitty in direction of [you], sucks up all of your vitality, and retains benefiting from your time and feelings," the Cincinnati native instructed Complex of the music's inspiration. "After Mac handed away, I spotted this music was about much more than that. It's actually about struggling to say goodbye to our private demons and the chains they placed on us. ... This music is such a window into Mac Miller's soul and what he was going via."

Mac Miller was discovered useless on Sept. 7 inside his California dwelling. The demise was later dominated an unintentional overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol, as decided by a toxicology report carried out by the the Los Angeles County Coroner's workplace.

Stream "Say Goodbye" beneath.