Malcolm McCormick, who is better known by his stage name Mac Miller, was an American rapper from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A self-taught musician, he played piano, guitar and the drums as well as rapping. Miller started his music career as one half of a rap duo, The Ill Spoken, with fellow Pittsburgh spitter, Beedie. Upon turning 18, he signed with Rostrum Records and in August 2010 released his mixtape debut titled K.I.D.S.
with the label. The first single released from his second Rostrum mixtape, "Donald Trump
," reached the Hot 100, an impressive feat for a song that didn't receive major radio airplay.