"Good News" will appear on the late musician's new posthumous album, "Circles," which will drop on January 17.
Miller's family recently announced the forthcoming LP, on which the musician had been working with the assistance of producer Jon Brion before his death on September 2018.
The full-length was intended to serve as a companion to the rapper's Grammy-nominated 2018 album, "Swimming," which also featured contributions from Brion.
"Two different styles complementing each other, completing a circle -- Swimming in Circles was the concept," Miller's family wrote in an Instagram post announcing the project.
The musician's estate has now unveiled the first single from the album, "Good News," which arrived along with a nearly seven-minute-long visual.
The trippy video, directed by Anthony Gaddis and Eric Tilford, shows Miller floating on a lotus as he embarks on a colorful animated journey.
"Well it ain't that bad/ It could always be worse/ I'm running out of gas, hardly anything left/ Hope I make it home from work/ Well, so tired of being so tired," Miller sings in the meditative cut.
The visual also features archival footage of the late musician in the recording studio.
"Good News" is one of 12 posthumous songs to be featured in "Circles," including "Complicated," "That's on Me," "Blue World" and "Hand Me Downs."
Since his passing, Miller has appeared posthumously on several songs, including the Free Nationals' "Time" from their 2019 self-titled album.
Most recently, the Pittsburgh rapper was also featured on 88-Keys' "That's Life," which was originally recorded in New York City while the producer and Miller were in the studio together.
Discover the music video for "Good News":