Mac Miller’sFaces mixtape finally made its way onto streaming services earlier in October more than seven years after its original Mother’s Day 2014 release.

According to Billboard, the critically-acclaimed tape sold 32,000 vinyl LPs in the week ending October 21 which marks the largest sum for any Hip Hop album since MRC Data began tracking vinyl metrics in 1991.

It was a successful streaming debut for Faces, which landed at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 with 34,000 total album-equivalent units sold. On the Vinyl Albums chart, Faces is the late Mac Miller’s fourth No. 1 effort with K.I.D.S.,Circles and Swimming bowing in at No. 1 as well.

Mac Miller passed away from an accidental drug overdose on September 7, 2018. Stephen Walter was arrested for indirectly selling Mac Miller a fatal dose of fentanyl-laced pills.

According toTMZ, Walter pleaded guilty to one count of distribution of fentanyl as part of a plea deal earlier this month and he’s reportedly facing up to 20 years in prison. Prosecutors are seeking 17 years behind bars for Walter plus an additional five on supervised release.

Walter was already on supervised release from another drug case and allegedly provided the deadly pills to Miller’s dealer, Cameron James Pettit, who then sold them to Mac Miller, according to the prosecution.

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Revisit Faces below.