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The untimely death of Mac Miller has left an impact in the music industry, as on-demand streams of the rapper’s music in the U.S. increased by 970 percent, according to Nielsen Music, reports Billboard.

Billboard has also pointed out that industry forecasters are suggesting that seven of Mac Miller’s albums could land on the Billboard 200 album chart by next week.

Swimming, which is Miller’s most recent album, is slated to slot in the top five ranking, while his 2011 mixtape Best Day Ever is suggested to make its chart debut in the top 30, with the 2015 album, GO:OD AM, also estimated to reach the ranking.

Additionally, Billboard suggests that Mac Miller’s 2011 Blue Slide Park, the 2012 mixtape Macadelic, along with his 2013 Watching Movies With the Sound Off and 2016 The Divine Feminine albums will all slot in the top 50.

For more details, head over to Billboard.

Now, in case you missed it, read our exclusive piece, ‘Remembering Mac Miller, the Good Guy.’

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

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