Mac Miller Live Streamed Music Set From His House Night Before He Died

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American Rapper Mac Miller, who passed away yesterday (September 7), live streamed an intimate recording session from his home in San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles the night before he died.


The Pittsburgh native, real name Malcolm James McCormick, live streamed on Instagram a recording session from his home studio and can be seen playing the keyboards.

The 26-year-old emcee was found dead at his home last night from a suspected drug overdose.


Check out his final live stream below:

Mac Miller was renowned for his versatile styles and flows on the microphone. While he did have an eclectic taste in music, at his core, he was a hip-hop purist.

He was also embraced by both old and new school hip-hop fans. His passing leaves a void in the hip-hop community.

Since the announcement of his death the hip-hop community has come out in full force to pay their respects to their fellow contemporary.


Rapper J. Cole wrote:

Rest In Peace to the great soul Mac Miller

He went on to add:

This is a message for anybody in this game that’s going through something.

If you don’t feel right, if you feel you have a substance problem, if you need a ear to vent to.

If you uncomfortable talking to people around you. Please reach out to me.

Chicago-native Chance The Rapper posted:


I dont know what to say Mac Miller took me on my second tour ever. [sic]

But beyond helping me launch my career he was one of the sweetest guys I ever knew. Great man. I loved him for real. I’m completely broken. God bless him. [sic]

?uestlove, from the legendary Roots crew, stated:

Mac was one of the nicest, coolest dudes man. This is sad man.

Grammy-nominated R&B singer SZA posted a heartfelt tribute to Mac Miller which read:

You were the first person I met when I moved here . U let me come over everyday and be whoever I wanted . showed up for me in ways I can never express or repay . [sic]

my gratitude is infinite. the first person to believe in me and make stuff w me. Record me all day n eat them nasty ass ham sandwiches . Introduced me to the coolest ppl I’ve ever met . showed me how to play gadgets I never seen before . [sic]

I swam in my clothes once n u gave me pink polo pajamas to change into instead of something ugly ….u too fucking real . Forever a genuine friend . the most kind supportive person Ever around . A jazz legend. [sic]

I love you so much Malcolm! Ur a LIGHT !! I dunno know what happened between our last convo and now but man I just pray your peaceful and moving light speed to wherever ur sposed to be …I’ll never let you dim in my mind or spirit !! [sic ]

never EVER Never stop honoring u!! !Promise to spread ur light forever !!… can’t believe this is real .. I wanna be in an alternate dimension . Bill Murray movies on deck #longlivelarryfisherman. [sic].

Mac Miller first burst onto the rap scene with an array of mixtapes, which started with 2007’s But My Mackin’ Ain’t Easy.

He went on to follow this up with the critically-acclaimed digital releases of The Jukebox: Prelude to Class Clown, The High Life, K.I.D.S and Best Day Ever.

He followed this up with the release of his first solo LP, Blue Slide Park, in 2011. The album reached number one in the United States and earned him a gold plaque.

Our thoughts and prayer are with the family and friends of Mac Miller at this difficult time.

If you have experienced a bereavement and would like to speak with someone in confidence contact Cruse Bereavement Care via their national helpline on 0808 808 1677.