(AllHipHop News) Friends, family members, and fans of Mac Miller are still mourning the rapper/producer's untimely death. Since his passing on September 7, many of Miller's supporters have returned to his discography of albums, mixtapes, and EPs.
Billboard reports seven of those projects could appear on the publication's album chart next week. The entertainer born Malcolm McCormick dropped Swimming in August, and after slipping to #71, the LP is expected to climb back into the Top 5.
Miller’s 2011 Best Day Ever mixtape is on pace to make its first appearance on the chart in the Top 30. GO:OD AM, Blue Slide Park, and The Divine Feminine could return to the Top 40. Watching Movies With the Sound Off and the Macadelic mixtape are likely to show up on the upcoming Billboard 200 too.
Blue Slide Park opened at #1 in 2011. It was the first independently-distributed debut album to lead the Billboard 200 since Tha Dogg Pound's Dogg Food in 1995. Before he died, all five of Mac Miller's studio LPs reached the Top 4.