Complete Mac Miller Discography (Mixtapes, Albums, Singles, and Features)

Mac Miller was a prolific artist throughout his short life. This page catalogues Mac Miller’s complete discography, including albums, mixtapes, singles, and appearances.

Here is the complete discography of Mac Miller, with information and download links for every album, single, mixtape, and feature.


Albums / Mixtapes

Black and white portrait of Mac Miller smoking weed on a vinyl record painted blue, against a drop cloth with pink and blue paint spatters.
Image Credit: SimplySaraArt on Deviant Art.


  • “Nikes on My Feet”
  • “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza”
  • “Knock Knock”
  • “Senior Skip Day”
  • “On and On”
  • “Donald Trump”
  • “Frick Park Market”
  • “Party on Fifth Ave.”
  • “Up All Night”
  • “Loud”
  • “Lucky Ass Bitch” featuring Juicy J
  • “S.D.S.”
  • “Watching Movies”
  • “Diablo”
  • “100 Grandkids”
  • “Break the Law”
  • “Clubhouse”
  • “Weekend” featuring Miguel
  • “Dang!”
  • “We” featuring CeeLo Green
  • “My Favorite Part” featuring Ariana Grande
  • “Buttons”
  • “Programs”
  • “Small Worlds”
  • “Self Care”
  • “What’s the Use?”
  • “Time” featuring Free Nationals and Kali Uchis
  • “Good News”


  • “I’m V.I.P.” by Consequence also featuring Diggy Simmons
  • “Beautiful Money” by Moola Gang
  • “Always Been” by Smoke DZA
  • “82 92” by Statik Selektah also featuring Termanology
  • “Extra Extra” by Rapsody
  • “Around the World” by Boaz also featuring Josh Everette
  • “Groupie Love” by Statik Selektah also featuring Josh Xantus
  • “Middle Finger” by Cobra Starship
  • “Moves like Jagger” (Remix) by Maroon 5 also featuring Christina Aguilera
  • “Great” by Sir Michael Rocks also featuring Casey Veggies
  • “Strip Show” by The Come Up
  • “Happy Days” by Statik Selektah also featuring Termanology, Bun B and Shawn Stockman
  • “Black Acura” by Pac Div
  • “The Way” by Ariana Grande
  • “21 & Over” by Statik Selektah also featuring Sean Price
  • “Into You” (Alex Ghenea Remix) by Ariana Grande
  • “Came Thru/Easily” by Chuck Inglish also featuring Ab-Soul
  • “Learn How to Watch” by Carnage also featuring MadeinTYO
  • “That’s Life” by 88-Keys also featuring Sia

But My Mackin’ Ain’t Easy

Released: 2007

Facts about But My Mackin’ Ain’t Easy

  • “But My Mackin’ Ain’t Easy” is Mac Miller’s debut mixtape.
  • At the time of this mixtape’s release, Mac Miller went by the moniker “Easy Mac”.
  • At the end of “Red Dot Music” on Mac’s studio album, “Watching Movies with the Sound Off”, Loaded Lux references the original Mac moniker, saying “You was Easy Mac with the cheesy raps…”

Popular Songs

  • “Bars for Days”
  • “Cruisin'”




The Jukebox: Prelude to Class Clown

Released: June 1, 2009

Facts about The Jukebox: Prelude to Class Clown

  • The Jukebox is Mac’s 2nd mixtape.
  • Mac was 17 at the time of this release.

Check out this awesome album review of The Jukebox by Donna-Claire Chesman.

Popular Songs 

  • “Cruisin'”
  • “J’ s on My Feet”
  • “On Some Real Shit (100,000 Bars)”
  • “Got a Clue”
  • “Snapback”







The High Life

Released: December 1, 2009

Popular Songs from The High Life

  • “The High Life”
  • “Ridin’ High”
  • “Live Free”
  • “5 O’Clock” feat Boaz
  • “Another Night”
  • “Pen Game” feat Skyzoo







Released: August 13, 2010

Popular Songs from K.I.D.S.

  • “Nikes on My Feet”
  • “Senior Skip Day”
  • “Don’t Mind If I Do”
  • “Ride Around”
  • “Knock Knock”
  • “Kool Aid and Frozen Pizza”





Best Day Ever

Released: March 11, 2011

Popular Songs from Best Day Ever

  • “Best Day Ever”
  • “Get Up”
  • “Donald Trump”
  • “Oy Vey”
  • “In the Air”
  • “Snooze”
  • “Keep Floatin'”





On and On and Beyond

Released: March 29, 2011

Popular Songs from On And On And Beyond

  • “Put It On”
  • “Live Free”
  • “On and On”
  • “In the Air”






I Love Life, Thank You

Released: October 10, 2011

Popular Songs from I Love Life, Thank You

  • “I Love Life, Thank You”
  • “People Under the Stairs”
  • “Willie Dynamite”






Blue Slide Park

Released: November 8, 2011

Popular Songs from Blue Slide Park

  • “Blue Slide Park”
  • “PA Nights”
  • “Under the Weather”
  • “Missed Calls”
  • “Man in the Hat”






Released: March 23, 2012

Popular Songs from Macadelic

  • “Desperado”
  • “Thoughts from a Balcony”
  • “Fight The Feeling”
  • “The Mourning After”
  • “1 Threw 8”
  • “America” (feat Casey Veggies and Joey Bada$$)







Released: November 20, 2012

Popular Songs from You

  • “You”






Run On Sentences: Volume I (as Larry Fisherman)

Released: March 4, 2013

Popular Songs from Run On Sentences: Volume 1

  • “I Am Actually A Fish Alien”





Watching Movies With The Sound Off

Released: June 18, 2013

Popular Songs from Watching Movies with the Sound Off

  • “Star Room”
  • “Avian”
  • “I’m Not Real” (feat Earl Sweatshirt)
  • “S.D.S.”
  • “Bird Call”
  • “Matches” (feat Ab-Soul)
  • “Gees” (feat Schoolboy Q)
  • “Watching Movies”
  • “Suplexes inside of Complexes and Duplexes”
  • “Aquarium”
  • “Claymation” (feat Vinny Radio) (Bonus Track)






Stolen Youth with Vince Staples

Released: June 20, 2013




Delusional Thomas (as Delusional Thomas)

Released: October 31, 2013

Popular Songs on Delusional Thomas

  • “Melvin”
  • “72”
  • “The Jesuits” featuring Da$h






Released: May 11, 2014

Popular Songs on Faces

  • “Friends”
  • “Angel Dust”
  • “What Do You Do” featuring Sir Michael Rocks
  • “It Just Doesn’t Matter”
  • “Polo Jeans” featuring Earl Sweatshirt
  • “Diablo”
  • “Ave Maria”
  • “San Francisco”
  • “Uber” featuring Mike Jones
  • “Rain” featuring Vince Staples
  • “New Faces V2” featuring Earl Sweatshirt & Da$h







Released: September 18, 2015

Popular Songs from GO:OD AM

  • “Brand Name”
  • “Break The Law”





Run On Sentences: Volume II (as Larry Fisherman)

Released: December 30, 2015




The Divine Feminine

Released: September 16, 2016

Popular Songs from The Divine Feminine

  • “Dang”







Released: August 3, 2018

Popular Songs from Swimming

  • “So It Goes”
  • “Self Care”
  • “Small Worlds”
  • “Ladders”
  • “2009”
  • “So It Goes”





This is a video of Mac in his studio shortly before the release of Swimming. It’s possible that this song was just one of the songs Mac Miller was recording for Circles, an album he intended to release as an accompaniment to Swimming, which explains why it is so different.

Even though this track may have been recorded around the time of Swimming and Circles, it appears on neither album.


Download: Spotify / iTunes / Amazon



Album Cover of "Circles" by Mac Miller

Released: January 17, 2020

Popular Songs

  • “Good News”
  • “Circles”






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