Mac Miller death: Drug dealer gets 11-year prison sentence

The man who supplied the narcotics that led to the death of rapper Mac Miller in 2018 has finally received his jail sentence. Ryan Reavis will be spending up to 11 years in prison because of his role in supplying Miller with the drugs that killed him. In September 2018, 26-year-old Miller, whose real name


Mac Miller’s Circles album to be released posthumously, his family says

Mac Miller’s Circles album will be released posthumously. The late rapper’s family announced the news to his fans on Wednesday. It was a pleasant surprise for Mac’s fans to learn he had been working on Circles, which is a companion album to his fifth album Swimming. Mac died of an accidental overdose in September 2018,

Mac Miller was third top trending Google search in 2018 following death

Hip-Hop sensation Mac Miller’s name was the third most trending Google search term in 2018, according to the internet giant’s Year in Search. He died at the age of 26 about a month after releasing his critically acclaimed fifth album, Swimming. The Google search interest to the Pittsburgh-raised rapper was due to the untimely nature