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Mac Miller's death stuns the music world

Posted at 4:28 PM, Sep 07, 2018

Rap musician Mac Miller's death on Friday at age 26 after producing five charting albums has stunned the music world, as many young artists have credited Miller for helping them launch their career. 

TMZ reported that Miller died from an apparent drug overdose at his California home. 

One notable musician who reacted to Miller's death was Chance the Rapper, who previously toured with Miller. 

Others commented that Miller's death is a reminder that drug addiction can affect people of all backgrounds, including a famous, affluent musician like Miller.

Other artists simply offered their condolenses to Miller and his family.