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