Mac Miller


Mac Miller was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States on January 19th, 1992 and is the Rapper. At the age of 26, Mac Miller biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, movies, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Malcolm James McCormick, Mac Miller, Delusional Thomas, EZ Mac, Larry Fisherman, Larry Lovestein, the Velvet Revival
Date of Birth
January 19, 1992
United States
Place of Birth
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Death Date
Sep 7, 2018 (age 26)
Zodiac Sign
$9 Million
Actor, Rapper, Record Producer, Television Producer
Social Media
Mac Miller Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 26 years old, Mac Miller has this physical status:

Hair Color
Light Brown
Eye Color
Not Available
Mac Miller Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Winchester Thurston School
Mac Miller Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Not Available
Not Available
Dating / Affair
Nomi Leasure (2007-2015), Ariana Grande (2016-2018)
Mark McCormick, Karen Meyers
Miller McCormick (Older Brother) (Musician, Rapper)
Mac Miller Life

Malcolm James McCormick (January 19, 1992 – September 7, 2018), also known as Mac Miller, was an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer.

Miller, who was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, began his career in the city's hip hop scene in 2007 at the age of 15.

He signed a multi-year contract with Pittsburgh-based independent label Rostrum Records in 2010, with whom he had his breakthrough with the K.I.D.S. mixtapes. Best Day Ever (2011), 2010 and Best Day Ever (2011). Blue Slide Park, Miller's debut studio album, became the first nationally distributed album to top the US Billboard 200 since 1995.

He founded imprint REMember Music in 2013.

He left Rostrum and joined Warner Bros.Records in 2014 after his second studio album, Watching Movies with the Sound Off (2013).

GO:OD AM (2015), The Divine Feminine (2016), and Swimming (2018) are three of his studio albums that he produced with them.

He was posthumously nominated for the Best Rap Album for Swimming.

He also worked as a record producer for various musicians, including himself under the pseudonym Larry Fisherman. Miller struggled with drug use, which was often discussed in his lyrics.

Personal life

Miller talked openly about his drug use and depression. Miller began taking promethazine and later became addicted to lean, which helped him cope with his Macadelic Tour in 2012. "I love lean; it's fantastic," Miller told Complex in January 2013. I wasn't happy, and I was on lean, a lot heavier. All the time, I was so fucked up. My friends were just unable to even look at me the same. "I was lost." In November 2012, he stopped taking promethazine before shooting his reality show Mac Miller and the Most Dope Families. Miller was addicted to prescription drugs on a daily basis in 2014 and argued that the final track on Faces, "Grand Finale," was "supposed to be the last song [he] made on Earth." Miller was "definitely healthier" when compared to Billboard in August 2015, but not "fully" sober. Miller, who said he "hated" being sober in a February 2016 film, had been sober for three months by October 2016, noting his improved mood and continued creativity. However, when asked about his sobriety in April 2017, Miller said he was now "living comfortably."

Miller was in a on-again, off-again friendship with writer Nomi Leasure, who studied in middle school, from the beginning of seven years to 2016. Many of the songs on his mixtape Macadelic were about their marriage. Ariana Grande, a singer from August 2016 to May 2018, Miller dated her from August 2016.

Miller and his companions were arrested in February 2011 for smoking marijuana, which resulted in a night in jail. Miller said the lawsuit was "settled."

In Miller's 2010 mixtape album "Kool-Aid and Frozen Pizza," producer Lord Finesse filed a $10 million lawsuit against Miller, Rostrum Records, and DatPiff. The complaint was settled out of court in December 2012, with the parties kept confidential.

In March 2015, the band Aquarian Dream filed a $150,000 lawsuit against Miller for sampling their song "Yesterday (Was So Nice Today)" in the album "Therapy" which appeared on Miller's 2014 mixtape "Faces."

After collapsing into a utility pole and fleeing the scene with two passengers, Miller was arrested in May 2018 on suspicion of driving under the influence and struck and run. Miller confessed when police arrived at his house after police found him on his license plate number. He was apprehended and released on $15,000 bond after being arrested. Miller was charged with two counts of driving under the influence as a result of the incident in August 2018. Miller died before his arraignment and charges were dropped.


Mac Miller Career

Life and career

Malcolm James McCormick was born on January 19, 1992, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the Point Breeze neighborhood. He was the son of Karen Meyers, a photographer, and Mark McCormick, an architect, and had an older brother, Miller. His mother is Jewish, while his father is Christian. Though he and his brother were raised Jewish, he attended a Catholic grade school to "ensure a good education and a chance to play football and lacrosse." He attended Winchester Thurston High School and graduated from Taylor Allderdice High School.

Miller, a self-taught musician, performed piano, guitar, drums, and bass by the age of six. He first started rapping at the age of 14. He aspired to be a singer before that. "I started getting really serious about it and it changed my life completely" in high school. I used to be into sports, play all the sports, and attended all the high school dances. But hip-hop is just like a job, as I said." He went by the name Easy Mac (often stylized as EZ Mac) and released the mixtape But My Mackin' Ain't Easy in 2007 at the age of 15. He established himself as Mac Miller in 2009 and launched two mixtapes: The Jukebox : The Prelude to Class Clown and The High Life. Miller received 21 & Under of the Year and Best Hip Hop Video for "Live Free" at the 2010 Pittsburgh Hip Hop Awards.

In the lead-up to his mixtape K.I.D.S., Miller signed with Rostrum Records in July 2010. While recording with Wiz Khalifa at ID Labs, Rostrum president Benjy Grinberg met Miller. Despite Grinberg's beginnings giving Miller tips, he didn't show an interest in his work until Miller began work on K.I.D.A. when he "noticed a change in his sound and approach to his music." Miller had started attracting attention from other record firms by that time, but Rostrum was chosen due to its proximity to his hometown and his friendship with Wiz Khalifa. K.I.D.S. Rostrum was first published in August 2010. During this time, Miller pushed forward with a focus on social media engagement, digital marketing, and continuing touring, owing to a lack of radio airplay or mainstream functions.

In 2011, XXL's annual "Freshman Class" list included Miller, as well as ten other rappers, including Kendrick Lamar and Meek Mill. In March 2011, Miller unveiled his fifth mixtape, Best Day Ever. Its single "Donald Trump" became his first song to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 75, and the Recording Industry Association of America has granted a platinum award. On and On and Beyond, a six-track EP, was also released in March 2011. Four of his songs were previously on his mixtapes, with the intention of attracting a new audience. The EP was his first appearance on the US Billboard 200 albums chart, ranked 55th.

On November 8, 2011, Miller's debut studio album, Blue Slide Park, was released. It debuted atop the Billboard 200 in the first independently distributed debut album since Tha Dogg Pound's Dogg Food in 1995, with 144,000 first week sales. "Smile Back," "Frick Park Market," and "Party on Fifth Avenue" are among the Billboard Hot 100's most popular songs from the album, peaking at number 55, 60, and 64, respectively. In the United States and Canada, Blue Slide Park has been recognized as a gold medalist. Despite its high commercial success, Blue Slide Park received mainly critical feedback.

Miller unveiled Macadelic, his seventh mixtape, on March 23, 2012. The single "Loud" reached number 53 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time. Miller premiered two songs by Pharrell Williams from a proposed collaboration EP, Pink Slime, in mid-2012. According to Miller, at least ten tracks were complete by August 2012, but the scheme was not announced despite a multi-year effort. On November 21, 2012, Miller released an EP titled You, Larry Lovestein & The Velvet Revival. The EP features Miller crooning over lounging jazz instruments rather than rap.

REMember Music, Miller's first name, was given to the imprint, which was named after a deceased friend. The label primarily concentrated on Pittsburgh artists, as well as Miller's alter-egos. On MTV2, Miller appeared in Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family. It came after the release of his forthcoming second studio album, and it debuted on February 26, 2013. Run-On Sentences Vol. 4 appeared on March 4, 2013. 1. Under his production alias Larry Fisherman, solely featuring instrumentals made by himself. Miller appeared on singer Ariana Grande's debut album "The Way" at number nine on her debut album, Yours Truly; the album is Miller's highest peak on the Billboard Hot 100 at number nine and has been rated triple platinum by the RIAA.

On June 18, 2013, his second studio album, Watching Movies with the Sound Off, was released. The majority of observers applauded the new psychedelic sound, with the majority of commentators applauding his new psychedelic sounds. In its first week, the album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, with 102,000 copies in its first week. "S.D.S." is the album's first single. "Watching Movies" and "Goosebumpz" are among the "Watching Movies" series on "Goosebumpz." The album included guest appearances from Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler, the Creator, Action Bronson, and Jay Electronica. According to Miller, the album is "very reflective and personal, so it's just throwing it all out there and seeing what happens."

On September 20, 2013, Pittsburgh mayor Luke Ravenstahl presented Miller with a key to the city and announced the date "Mac Miller Day" on the calendar. Miller created the mixtape Stolen Youth in collaboration with Vince Staples. Miller, under the moniker Delusional Thomas, self-produced and released Delusional Thomas, an eponymous mixtape, on October 31, 2013. Miller's live album Live from Space featured nine songs from The Internet's Space Migration Tour, as well as five studio-recorded tracks that were deleted from his second album on December 17, 2013.

Miller resigned from Rostrum Records after his deal came to an end in January 2014. Miller's tenth solo mixtape, Faces, was released on May 11, 2014. The 24-track mixtape "introspective[Miller] introspective, ruminating over his opioid use, fame, and history," Billboard's Colin Stutz said. Faces' Craig Jenkins of Pitchfork called his job "most consistently honest and personal work to date." Later, Miller reflected on Faces, mentioning his opioid-addled lifestyle when recording it. In mid-2014, Miller's reality series Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family premiered on MTV2.

Miller signed a recording contract and distribution contract for REMember Music with the major label Warner Bros. Records in October 2014. He chose Warner because it was "the most independent thinking" company he worked with. GO:OD AM, Miller's first major label debut, was announced on September 18, 2015. It debuted at number four on the Billboard 200, with 87,000 album-equivalent units. The RIAA has certified both the album and the single "Weekend," starring singer Miguel.

After finishing GO:OD AM, Miller began working on his next studio album, aiming to explore the emotion of passion. The Divine Feminine, his fourth studio album, was announced on September 16, 2016. Miller's album features him singing almost as much as rapping, and it includes genres such as R&B, jazz, and funk. It received rave reviews, with Pitchfork's remark that the album was succinct and refined in its depiction of passion, which was complemented by Miller's artistry. With 48,000 units, the Divine Feminine debuted at number two on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip Albums chart, and number one on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip Albums chart.

Swimming, Miller's fifth studio album, was released on August 3, 2018, to rave reviews from critics. Pitchfork characterized the album as a mix of "wistful soul and warm funk," as a result of his investigation into heartbreak and his own mental health conditions. Swimming debuted with 66,000 units on the Billboard 200, his fifth top-charting album launch in the United States. The single "Self Care" debuts at number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100, his highest peak as a lead artist at the time. At the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, swimming was nominated for Best Rap Album.

Miller's estate began approving posthumous music in June 2019, with the collaboration singles "Time" with Free Nationals and Kali Uchis, as well as "That's Life" with 88-Keys and Sia. Miller's family released Circles, his first posthumous album, on January 8, 2020, the same month as well. Miller had been working on the album as a companion album to Swimming before his death. Jon Brion, who worked with Miller on both albums, completed the project. Circles debuted on the Billboard 200 with 164,000 units, his highest week for an album. "Good News" his debut as the lead singer on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100, leading off the single, "Good News."

His 2010 mixtape K.I.D.S. was re-released on April 29, 2020, followed by a deluxe version on August 13 to commemorate its tenth anniversary, featuring two previously unreleased songs, "Ayye" and "Back in the Day" respectively. His 2014 mixtape Faces was also re-released on October 15, 2021, more than seven years after its initial appearance. Thank You, I Love Life, 2011 a mixtape was re-released on July 22, 2022.


Overdose deaths from fentanyl-laced cocaine and meth have risen 50-fold since 2010, September 14, 2023
According to researchers from the University of California Los Angeles, overdoses caused by mixed fentanyl and stimulants including cocaine and methamphetamine have increased by 50% in less than a decade. According to the researchers, the number of opioid overdoses that required both fentanyl and a stimulant increased from less than 1% in 2010 to almost a third by 2021.

Overdoses related to contaminated Xanax and other illicit drugs have doubled since 2021, according to the CDC, August 31, 2023
According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), the number of fatal overdoses involving fake tablets has more than doubled from 2019 to 2021. The tablets are designed to look like legal tablets such as Xanax and Oxycodone, and they may contain a lot of potent illegally manufactured fentanyl or other prohibited drugs.

Swimming inspires a new line of Vans shoes, nearly five years after the singer's death, August 3, 2023
Swimming, Mac Miller's fifth studio album, has become the subject of a new collaboration between the late rapper's estate and Vans. On Thursday, the news about the tribute to the deceased performer's well-known reputation was revealed. The signature shoe was first introduced to the general public. Upon his passing, the rapper resembled that of Euphoria's Angus Cloud's, attracting critical notice and commercial success on August 3, 2018.

Ariana Grande Covers Up Pete Davidson Ink With Mac Miller Tat, December 3, 2018

One taught her love, one taught her how to cover up body art dedicated to an ex. Ariana Grande revealed over the weekend that she covered up the tattoo on her foot dedicated to the late father of her former fiance Pete Davidson following their breakup last month — and she replaced it with a tribute to Mac Miller’s dog, Myron. Related: Jennifer Garner & Reese Witherspoon Approve ‘Thank U, Next’! The thank u, next singer showed off her new ink in a behind the scenes clip for the song’s music video that was released on Sunday. Showing off her left foot to the camera, she said:

“Look at my Myron [tattoo]… Guys, look. How cool, right?”

Ariana Grande Says Mac Miller 'Is Supposed To Be Here', November 6, 2018

Ariana Grande continues to mourn her deceased ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. In early September, the rapper passed away at the age of 26 from an accidental overdose of fentanyl and cocaine. Related: Stars Celebrate Mac’s Life At Emotional Tribute Concert On Tuesday, a fan sent the No Tears Left To Cry singer a video of his August 9 Instagram Live where he listens to her song R.E.M. Grande replied:

he is supposed to be here.

Ariana Grande 'Completely Broke Down After She Found Out About' Mac Miller's Death, September 11, 2018

R.I.P. Mac Miller. As we reported, on Friday, the rapper was found dead of a suspected overdose, though the official cause of his death is still unclear. Related: Mac Miller’s Final Music Video Is Powerful According to a People report published on Tuesday, his ex — Ariana Grande — is understandably “distraught” following his passing. The source exclaimed:

“She completely broke down after she found out about Mac… She can’t believe he isn’t here anymore. He was such a special person to her. She is very, very sad. … This is a nightmare for her.”

Mac Miller Tweets and Instagram Photos
8 Jan 2020

Circles. January 17.

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6 Sep 2018
31 Aug 2018

this is not my motorcycle

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30 Aug 2018

get some

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29 Aug 2018

How’s your Tuesday?

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