Today, Jan. 19, marks Mac Miller’s 26th birthday. This charismatic, Pittsburgh MC has shown he’s a man of many talents since his rise to fame more than five years ago.

Following the frenzy over his mixtapes K.I.D.S (2010) and Best Day Ever (2011), the Warner Bros. Records signee with Jewish roots has enjoyed the success of four successful albums, Blue Slide Park (2011), Watching Movies with the Sound Off (2013), GO:OD AM (2015) and The Divine Feminine in 2016, his most recent album.

Mac also made his return to the music scene in early 2018, hopping on Carnage's "How to Watch," which also features Madeintyo.

Miller has also proven his prowess in the producer’s chair. Under the alias “Larry Fisherman," Mac has worked with everyone from Wiz Khalifa and Schoolboy Q to Talib Kweli and Pharrell. In 2014, he dropped a 24-track, psychedelic mixtape, Faces, that Miller/Fisherman executive produced and a 27-minute instrumental, "Run-On Sentences, Volume Two."

Aside from the music, Mac has found love with pop singer Ariana Grande. Though Mac and Ari worked together years ago on her song "The Way," the relationship was confirmed  in August of 2016.

Happy Birthday Mac! Mazel tov!

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