Listen: Mac Miller's posthumous Spotify Singles session
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Fans and the music world alike are still feeling the untimely loss of Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller, but they can enjoy the posthumous release of his Spotify Singles session.

The session includes a performance of "Dunno," taken from Swimming, Miller's final album, which was released in August. Miller also played a cover of Billy Preston's "Nothing From Nothing," originally released in 1974. The tracks were recorded in New York prior to Miller's death.

The session isn't the first bit of music to be released after Miller's death. A video of a then-18-year-old Miller freestyling recently surfaced online. 

Miller died of an accidental drug overdose in September at the age of 26 in his home in Los Angeles. Many musicians have paid tribute to him since then, including in a Los Angeles benefit concert last month. One such musician was singer-songwriter John Mayer, who also released a limited run of t-shirts in remembrance of Miller. Proceeds from the concert and sales of the shirt will benefit The Mac Miller Circles Fund, which will aid Pittsburgh communities.