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It’s been nearly six years since Mac Miller died of an accidental overdose. The fan-favorite rapper and producer would’ve turned 32 in January.

Fans of his can now enjoy more unreleased music, courtesy of the late artist, in the form of “The Quest.”

Clocking in at almost four minutes, the song was initially only part of the “Watching Movies With The Sound Off” 10th Anniversary vinyl LP, which was released in 2023. The track features production from Larry Fisherman aka Miller himself and is one of the many songs on the record that was self-produced.

Miller’s passing affected many artists deeply. Back in September, Vince Staples shared that Miller is the reason he knows how to “rap on beat.”

“He changed my life, like my perspective, and made me a better person,” Staples said.

“He would sit there and teach me how to make sure I’m on beat, and like rap with certain energy. It took a long time,” Vince continued. “I was [there] every day with nothing else to do for, like, months, and he was teaching me how to rap on beat, how to project. I didn’t know how to ad-lib, I didn’t know what ad-libs was! I didn’t know what a metronome was.”

Listen to Mac Miller’s “The Quest” below.

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