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In Memoriam 2018: The Musicians We Lost

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An image of Mac Miller, who died suddenly in September, projected on the rear of the stage at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, Calif., before a benefit concert organized in Miller's honor. Scott Dudelson/Getty Images hide caption

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Mac Miller in Los Angeles in September. Note the Beats, Rhymes And Life tattoo on his right wrist. G L Askew II for NPR hide caption

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Mac Miller With Ali Shaheed Muhammad And Frannie Kelley

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