16 Songs, 51 Minutes


The Pittsburgh MC slays on his 2011 mixtape, featuring the prescient "Donald Trump."



The Pittsburgh MC slays on his 2011 mixtape, featuring the prescient "Donald Trump."


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

66 Ratings

66 Ratings



Glad they finally put this on iTunes, this is one of Macs' best mixtapes!!

One of my favorite Mac projects


But making us pay for something that's already free? Come on fam

Dope album

Durant the kid

Man I can't believe it's been 5 years since this drop . I remember when I was in high school when it came out waiting to download it on my phone. I love the whole album .

About Mac Miller

Though he broke through as a brash teenager, Mac Miller evolved into one of the more thoughtful and surprising rappers of the ’10s. A Pittsburgh native, Miller (born Malcolm McCormick in 1992) entered the mainstream with 2011’s playful, party-ready Blue Slide Park, only the second independently distributed debut to top the Billboard 200. He grew quickly: Few artists cover as much ground between albums as Miller did from Blue Slide Park to 2016’s The Divine Feminine, which saw him develop into a vocalist capable of duetting with Ariana Grande. Searching, jazzy, even philosophical, his music—often self-produced under the name Larry Fisherman—came to split the difference between popular appeal and creative ambition, uniting collaborators at both ends of the spectrum, from Snoop Dogg to Flying Lotus. Even when the subject matter grew dark—Miller dealt openly with substance abuse before his death in September 2018 at age 26—he was candid and personable about channeling his struggles into relatable art. “As long as I'm being honest first and foremost with myself, that allows me to be honest in the music,” Miller told Beats 1 host Zane Lowe around the release of his fifth and final album, Swimming. “You're building a world, so you have to kind of be the architect of what you're making and not think about what the current world is doing. Because I'm just trying to make music for people who have similar thoughts or feelings as me.”

Pittsburgh, PA
January 19, 1992




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