Like plenty of other burgeoning rappers in the mid-to-late 2000s, Pittsburgh's Mac Miller built a reputation and even landed a deal with Rostrum Records thanks to his online presence. That deal led to his first proper release, 2011's On and On and Beyond EP, at the age of 19. He would shortly after drop his biggest mixtape to date, Best Day Ever, which contained successful singles “Wear My Hat” and “Donald Trump.” From there, Miller continued working with his go-to producers, E. Dan and Big Jerm, to put together his debut full-length, Blue Slide Park. The album's title refers to the Pittsburgh playground he frequented in his younger years.
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