Mac Miller: Biography and music career

Published At: 02 April 2020 , 05:08 PM


Mac Miller is a rapper and producer from Pittsburgh.

In 2007, he released his first mixtape, "But My Mackin 'Ain't Easy," then two more tips in 2009 and "KIDS" in 2010. After this release, they began to recognize him, and in 2011, after the release of two more mixtapes, Miller released his first independent album "Blue Slide Park" on the Rostrum label, which made him famous. In 2013, after another series of trips, he released the second, even more successful album - "Watching Movies with the Sound Off." Unlike the previous one, he did not collect "gold," but was much better received by critics. In 2014, his mixtape "Faces" was released, and in 2015 he signed a contract with Warner Music, under whose auspices he released two studio long-plays - "GO: OD AM" and "Divine Feminine."


The track "Donald Trump," in which he talks about the desire to become successful just like billionaire Donald Trump, aroused approval from Trump himself. Moreover, he called Miller "the next Eminem";

Mack independently learned to play the piano, drums, guitar and bass;

He started writing rap at age 14;

In addition to "Mac Miller," Malcolm has five different pseudonyms, the most famous of which is "Larry Fisherman," under which Mac produced releases;

Big L, Lauryn Hill, Beastie Boys, Outkast, and A Tribe Called Quest influenced his approach to music;

Cold summer

In September, New York-based DJ Kay Slay will present his new release, "The Big Brother," and in the meantime, he will post one of the tracks called "Cold Summer," where Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller and Kevin Gates are noted for their verses.

The work itself turned out to be quite impressed with the old-school sound and personal stories of each of the artists about how hard it is to survive on the streets of their native cities. In addition, they also thank God for their success.