Mac Miller Celebrates the 5th Anniversary of the 'K.I.D.S' Mixtape

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Today marks five years since Mac Miller released a breakout mixtape titled, "K.I.D.S." (Kicking Incredibly Dope Sh*t) and even today it's still among his greatest works so far.

Miller has had amazing success with all of his mixtapes including "Faces." However, "K.I.D.S" represents Miller in one of his purest forms ever. Classic tracks from "K.I.D.S." include "Nike's On My Feet," "The Spins," "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza" and many more.

Overall the mixtape was one that Miller fans probably had in rotation for at least a solid month if not longer.

In present day, Miller is gearing up for the release of his new studio album titled, "GO:OD AM," which is scheduled to be released on September 18.

Recently Miller released his song titled, "100 Grandkids" and in celebration of the five year anniversary of "K.I.D.S." Miller posted a tweet renaming the track "100 grandK.I.D.S." September can't come early enough for fans who were highly anticipating the release since Miller began teasing the project.

Happy Birthday "K.I.D.S." !

Relive Mac Miller's "K.I.D.S." Mixtape below.