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Mac Miller’s Iconic Tiny Desk Performance Gives Us Straight up Chills

On the third anniversary of the rapper's death, we remember his stunning performance on NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts.

Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, Mac Miller was a force to be reckoned with. In his 3-song Tiny Desk set recorded one month before his untimely death, Mac takes us on an emotional journey.

From the irreverent 'Small Worlds', to the funky and dank 'What's the Use?' He then sets us up for a chilling conclusion with '2009' in what now seems like a heartbreaking, self-fulfilling prophecy.

At the time of this recording it seemed like Mac had figured it out. He was focusing on the music, and putting out some really astonishing stuff. He collaborated with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Thundercat, and John Mayer.

The world lost an incredible talent who had found his voice, and was using it in new, different, and exciting ways. And his message has never been clearer...

"We don't need nothing but today."
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