Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller quickly got his infectious rhymes to the masses after releasing two mixtapes, "The Jukebox: Prelude to Class Clown" and "The High Life," which led to a deal with Rostrum Records in 2010. From there he released his highly acclaimed "K.I.D.S." mixtape and embarking on his first "Incredibly Dope Tour", selling out at every location on the tour. His 5th mixtape proved to be his most successful thus far, featuring tracks "Donald Trump," "Wear My Hat", "BDE Bonus" and "All Around The World." In late 2011 Mac delighted fans with his debut studio album, "Blue Side Park," which debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts.