Mac Miller

Stephen Walter was sentenced to 17.5 years in prison on Monday for his role in providing pills laced with fentanyl that would lead to the fatal overdose of Mac Miller in 2019. Walter received less than the mandatory minimum due to entering a plea of guilty last October.

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It has been almost four years since the world lost the talents of Mac Miller way too soon. One of the reported drug dealers of the beloved Pittsburgh rapper has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.

The United States Attorney's Office announced on Wednesday that Ryan Reavis, one of three men alleged to have supplied rapper Mac Miller with the pills containing fentanyl that led to his fatal overdose, has agreed to plead guilty to a charge of distribution.

Fans and artists alike have taken to Twitter and beyond to honor the late, great rapper and producer while upholding his musical legacy.

Veteran journalist Paul Cantor has been hard at work on a biography on the Pittsburgh rapper that is said to be unauthorized and is pushing back against the claims of Miller's family that he's exploiting his name.

As one of the most beloved rappers and producers of his generation, the loss of Miller has left a huge void in the Hip-Hop landscape.

The rapper and media personality was reminded by a fan that a song produced by The Neptunes was in existence.

Released in the summer of 2010, the mixtape was the start of a huge creative uptick for the late Pittsburgh rapper and producer.

The music world lost a bright light in Mac Miller back in 2018, just as he was experiencing a creative upswing and loads of critical acclaim for his fifth studio album, Swimming.  The Pittsburgh rapper’s sixth studio album Circles was released Friday (Jan. 17) and fans on Twitter are joined in celebrating Miller’s life and […]

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It’s been a year and change since the sudden death of Mac Miller had the Hip-Hop world pouring out their liquor and flooding social media with their condolences and memories of the Pittsburgh rapper.

Mac Miller fans are rejoicing. A new project from the late rapper will be dropping on January 17.