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Mac Miller's breakout mixtape K.I.D.S. is available on streaming services for the first time in a decade since its release, and the chance to finally revisit one of the rapper's early works has got fans emotional.

K.I.D.S., short for Kickin’ Incredibly Dope Shit, was the late rapper’s fourth mixtape and released in 2010. The project features the popular Mac tracks "Nikes On My Feet" and "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza."

Benjy Grinberg of Rostrum Records, which put out the tape, first announced that the project was going to be made available to stream in August of last year. Now the tape is finally available on all major streaming platforms. Until now, fans had only been able to stream K.I.D.S. on mixtape website DatPiff.

To celebrate the release of K.I.D.S. on streaming services, Mac's music video for “Don’t Mind If I Do” was also uploaded on YouTube in HD. Watch the video below and scroll down to stream the mixtape in full.

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As soon as K.I.D.S. hit streaming services, Mac Miller fans have been immersing themselves in the classic record and are taking to social media to remember Mac. Check out some of the moving reactions below.

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