Rap musician Mac Miller, who produced five charting albums, and collaborated with his then-girlfriend Ariana Grande, has died at the age of 26, TMZ reported.
TMZ is reporting that Miller died of an apparent drug overdose. TMZ reported that Miller was found at noon PT at his San Fernando Valley, Calif. home.
Miller was slated to begin a national tour next month.
Miller's debut album, "Blue Slide Park," debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart in 2011. Miller has released four more albums since, all reaching the Billboard 200's top five.
In 2013, Miller, along with Grande, reached No. 9 on the Billboard chart for the song "The Way."
Along with Grande, Miller has collaborated with other groups and musicians including Maroon 5, Iggy Azalea, Wiz Khalifa and Ludacris.