Watch Mac Miller’s Last Performance Before His Death And Read The Rapper’s Final Interview

It’s been a rough few days for hip-hop after Mac Miller’s passing, but fans of the Pittsburgh rapper are doing their best to celebrate his life.

That includes Mac Miller’s last performance, which was recorded just three days before his death.

Miller performed at in intimate setting at the Hotel Café in Hollywood, where he unleashed an epic version of “Hurt Feelings” and a few other popular songs.

Fans who attented the show also posted video’s of Mac Miller’s last performance, which also included “Ladders”:

Miller, real name Malcom McCormick, gave his last interview to Vulture, who published the piece the day before Mac Miller’s death.

“A lot of times in my life I’ve put this pressure to hold myself to the standard of whatever I thought I was supposed to be, or how I was supposed to be perceived,” Miller told Vulture. “It’s annoying to be out and have someone come up to me and think they know. They’re like “Yo, man, are you okay?” I’m like “Yeah, I’m fucking at the grocery store.” You know? It’s the job. This is what I signed up for.”

“I feel like the public perception of me varies on who you ask,” the rapper said. “But there’s a bit of a freedom in knowing that people are going to think all types of shit, no matter what. It actually makes me less stressed about how my actions are perceived. It’s out of my control.”

Celebrities and fellow musicians, still in shock to Mac Miller’s death, have continually been posting their reactions and tributes to the Pittsburgh born MC.

Celebrities React To Mac Miller’s Death

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Written by Frank White

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