White Rappers

Mac Miller


Malcolm McCormick, known by his stage name Mac Miller (born January 19, 1992, age 22), is a Jewish-American rapper from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Mac Miller was born Malcolm McCormick on January 19, 1992 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Mac Miller first tasted success as part of the rap group, III Spoken. Miller soon went solo, signed with Rostrum Records and independently released his first album Blue Slide Park, in 2011. That album sold nearly 400,000 units. Miller was discovered by Rostrum Records thanks to his friendship with rapper Wiz Khalifa who had recently signed with the label president Benjy Grinberg. By releasing the album through an independent label, Miller and Rostrum earn significantly more money than they would have with a major label.

Before his solo career, he was part of a rap group, The Ill Spoken with fellow Pittsburgh rapper, Beedie. Upon turning 18, Miller signed with Rostrum Records and released his mixtape debut, titled K.I.D.S. with the label in August, 2010.

Mac Miller is Jewish in ethnicity as well as spiritually Reformed Jewish. He has a “brother relationship” with Wiz Khalifa, and both live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Mac Miller smokes marijuana, and has throughout his adulthood, as well as making references to it in songs, his biggest reference being “Senior Skip Day”.


Studio Albums

  • Blue Slide Park (2011)
  • Watching Movies with the Sound Off (2013)


  • K.I.D.S (2010)
  • Best Day Ever (2011)
  • Macadelic (2012)
  • Faces (2014)

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