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Publiée le 09 September 2018 77 vues
Published by: johnatan92 Categorie :News rap US




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A sudden loss and a huge void...

The rapper who released his album Swimming just a month ago died on September 7 in his apartment in Studio City (Los Angeles). Found inanimate by the rescue services following the call of one of his friends, the rapper reportedly died of an overdose. This tragic incident is in addition to an already tragically long list of deaths that occurred during the year...

Success and complexities of a great name in music


Since signing on the Pittsburgh Rostrum Records label at the age of 18, exactly 8 years ago, the rapper has never ceased to establish himself as a key figure on the American scene, a somewhat different artist, with a pronounced universe and a musicality that is always highly developed. His latest album, Swimming, was one of the great releases of August. Sometimes very personal, Mac Miller's music had brought together a loyal and very attached audience. Despite these successes, Mac Miller was tormented by the pressure of his life as an artist and most recently by his separation from Ariana Grande last May. He became addicted to lean (codeine) in 2012, and had managed to escape from this vicious loop, without completely ending his drug use.

2018, murderous year


With Mac Miller, rap and more generally music lost a passionate practitioner, animated from an early age by the desire to immerse himself in his art. Like the death of Avicii, this tragic event raises the question of the mental health of the artists and their psychological support, as well as the impact on their private lives of a stressful lifestyle. The year 2017 had ended with the disappearance of Lil Peep, and gave way to a particularly deadly year 2018, from XXXTentacion to Jimmy Wopo, now passing through Mac Miller...