Los Angeles County Coroner announced that Mac Miller died from a mixture of cocaine, fentanyl, and alcohol. Coroner decided that an overdose of mixed drug toxicity was an accident.
The report also stated that there was blood from one of his nostrils in Miller’s bedroom and that there were cocaine residues, alcohol and prescription bottle by the police.
At his home, on September 7
Miller died at his home in Los Angeles on September 7, and since then his crossing shocked the worlds of hip-hop and pop. On Halloween, artists such as Chancellor Rapper and SZA played in a commemorative concert for the rapper, but they ransacked it a long time ago. Elton John, Kendrick Lamar, Fiona Apple, Travis Scott, J. Cole, and the Childish Gambino, are among those who sing or sing in Miller’s honor. Miller’s old girlfriend said “as perhaps most publicly remembered Miller”, including on her new single “thank u, next,” a song dedicated to her exes in which she sings, “Wish I could say thank you to Cause you were an angel.”
50th full-length album
Miller, born as Malcolm James McCormick, he has released 50th full-length album, “Swimming,” near his death. Album opened at number 3 on Billboard chart, Mac Miller has become a low-key armature after years of online growth with mixtapes and standalone versions. “Blue Slide Park,” his first LP, topped the charts in 2011, becoming the first independently released album to do so in 16 years and setting him on a path to stardom.
Miller’s legacy was also invoked this weekend in a new song by the pop star Ariana Grande, a former girlfriend. In the track, “Thank U, Next,” she sings: “Wish I could say thank you to cause he was an angel.”