10 Of The Best Mo­ments From Mac Miller’s Trag­i­cally Short Ca­reer

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Knock Knock Mac Miller (2010)

An­themic pop-rap high­light from Miller’s K.I.D.S. mix­tape, re­leased when he was still only 18.

Don­ald Trump Mac Miller (2011)

Lev­er­ag­ing Trump’s fame to push his party banger, Miller later tweeted, “Please don’t elect this moth­erf**ker, man.”

Loud Mac Miller (2012)

Driven by a bois­ter­ous, trap-in­spired boom, Miller de­liv­ers an un­re­pen­tant cel­e­bra­tion of sip­ping lean.

The Way Ari­ana Grande (2013)

The chem­istry was ob­vi­ous from this first meet­ing, with Miller adding grit, and wit, to Grande’s aer­ated R&B.

RE­Mem­ber Mac Miller (2013)

Mov­ing trib­ute to Miller’s late friend Reuben Eli Mi­trani showed he had more to of­fer than just stoner word­play.


Earl Sweat­shirt (2013) Woozy, nar­cotic col­lab­o­ra­tion with the for­mer Odd Fu­ture rap­per. Miller’s verse opens with a line about “liq­uid heroin”.

Guns & Roses Vince Sta­ples (2013)

Haunt­ing early pro­duc­tion by Miller un­der his Larry Fish­er­man alias, all bro­ken beats and creepy choirs.

Week­end Mac Miller (2015)

The come­down starts to hit as Miller, with soul­ful as­sis­tance from Miguel, re­flects on the darker side of fame.

Cin­derella Mac Miller (2016)

Ex­pan­sive, ex­plicit and ut­terly en­gross­ing funk- rock odyssey ap­par­ently writ­ten for new love Ari­ana Grande.

Self Care Mac Miller (2018)

Eerie high­light from Miller’s fifth and fi­nal al­bum, Swim­ming, finds him in search of re­demp­tion but long­ing for obliv­ion.

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