Mac Miller Teases New Album on Anniversary

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It has been one year to the day since Mac Miller came out with his album (technically it was a mixtape) 'Faces'.

The album was a moderate success, but really marked the transition from the fun easy-going rhymer, to the more serious and deep-thinking hip-hop artist.

The fact that it had been exactly one year since it's release was not lost on the artist himself. And because of that fact, Mac took to his social networks to tease his fans about the next album.

Hours later, he would post a photo of himself and Ed Sheeran, which is leading fans to think that there may be some collaboration ahead.

Sheeran would be an odd choice for a Mac Miller collaborator, and would mark the first singer collaboration since Ariana Grande.

Alright, so we know this is just a tease from Mac, but it didn't stop it from being the most R/T'd tweet in a long time.

The stream of fans asking for a new album makes it clear that Macs change in artist direction has not effected the loyal following he has amassed.

The Mac Miller album watch continues, day 366.