High life

Mac Miller Timeline

  • Birthday

    Mac Miller was born on January 19, 1992
  • Career

    Before embarking on a solo career , Miller was part of a rap group called The ||| Spoken.together with fellow Pittsburgh rapper, Beedie. The Ill Spoken released the mixtape "How High" in 2008. Prior to changing his name to Mac Miller the rapper was known as EZ Mac and released the mixtape "But my Mackin Ain't easy'. In 2009 Mac Miller released the mixtape "The Jukebox: Prelude to Class Clown" and then "The High Life" later the same year.
  • Awards

    In 2009 at age 17, he made it to the final four in Rhyme Calisthenics, the MC competition at Shadow Lounge.In 2010, he won two awards at the Pittsburgh hip-hop awards. His video "Live Free" won video of the year and he also won Best Artist Under 21. In September 2011 Maroon 5 announced that Mac Miller will be featured on their remix of their top chart song "Moves Like Jagger". In 2011 Miller was one of eleven rappers featured in XXL magazine's Freshman Class of 2011.
  • Early Life

    Early Life
    Mac Miller was born Malcolm McCormick on January 19, 1992 and raised in the Point Breeze part of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the son of an architect and a photographer. His father is Christian and his mother is Jewish; Miller was raised Jewish and had a Bar Mitzvah. Before attending Taylor Allderdice High School, Miller attended Winchester Thurston School. In high school, Miller decided to focus on his hip-hop career, later noting, "Once I hit 15, I got real serious about it and
  • High School and On

    High School and On
    For many high school graduates, childhood ends the moment a diploma hits the palms of their hands. To those students, the end of standardized tests and homework marks the beginning of life by their own standards, a journey toward aspirations they were never given permission to follow. But for 18-year-old rapper Mac Miller, who has been moving full speed toward a career in hip-hop since freshman year at Allderdice High School, signing a deal with Rostrum Records to release the mixtape "K.I.D.S.,
  • His Opinion

    His Opinion
    One of the best parts about making music is rocking a crowd. But my absolute favorite part, and this has always been a dream of mine, is to hold out the mic and let the crowd sing. It’s one thing to hear people sing, but to look into their faces and actually see them having fun, that makes all the travel, the whole road experience, all worth it. Now that I’m off the road, I’m taking some time to just stop for a minute and think about what’s been going on in my life. I like to sit back, reflect o