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Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller‘s life is living on through the music. New reports claim the hip-hop artist’s streams have increased nearly 1,000 percent since Friday’s tragic death.

According to reports, Miller’s digital listens immediately sky-rocketed once news of his death went viral.

Following the death of Mac Miller on Friday, on-demand streams of his music in the U.S. climbed by 970 percent, according to Nielsen Music. On Sept. 7, the hip-hop star’s catalog of songs earned 32.5 million streams (audio and video combined), up from 3.04 million on Sept. 6. Following nearly a full tracking week after his death, it’s expected that Miller’s catalog of songs and albums could impact Billboard’s charts next week (dated Sept. 22, reflecting the sales and streaming tracking week of Sept. 7-13). (Billboard)

Artist Tayler Bond paid homage to Miller and his return to the music charts with a tribute painting.

Over the weekend, West Coast rapper Game admitted he needed a day to compose his thoughts after Miller’s death.

A few nights ago, rap star Drake dedicated his Boston concert to the memory of Miller.

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