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Mac Miller Records Song With Cancer Patient


Since making it big, Mac Miller has always been one of the most charitable rappers in the game. At his homecoming show, Mac donated $50,000 to the Make-A-Wish foundation. He’s recently taken it a step further by making a cancer-striken teen’s dream come true by hopping in the booth with the Rostrum Records MC to make a song. 

Mac met 18-year-old Bobby Stewart in December when he donated $50,000 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and he asked to joined him at ID Labs to cut a collaborative track.

“Feeling like your music really does something for the world makes it all worth it, no matter what,” added Mac in a statement. “From now on, no matter what happens for the rest of my life, no one can take that away from me.”


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