Beyonce was among the stars to honor the late Mac Miller on Wednesday when he would have turned 30.
Beyonce, 40, posted a picture of the late rapper as a child on her website, writing, "Happy Heavenly Birthday Mac Miller."
In the shot was a young Miller wearing sunglasses and a white T-shirt with jeans and cowboy boots.
Latest: Beyonce was among the stars to honor the late Mac Miller on Wednesday when he would have turned 30 years old
Rolling Stone put together a digital birthday card for the late Self Care artist as a number of friends expressed their thoughts on the gloomy day.
Wiz Khalifa, who previously worked on the 2011 song Keep Floatin, wrote: 'Mac, I miss you, man. Today would have been your 30th birthday, you were gone too soon.
'I remember our early days back at ID Labs in Pixburgh, where E. Dan made legendary music. You were the young homie who came up so quickly and represented Burgh. We will never forget you, man. Love you, brother, happy birthday. '
Thundercat, Miller's friend and collaborator, wrote: 'I hope that on your birthday, the clarity and places and spaces that you have always wanted to go to, see and feel - I hope you feel it infinitely. I hope you can look further than you have ever seen before. '
Beyonce, 40, posted a picture of the late rapper when he was a child on her website, writing: "Happy Heavenly Birthday Mac Miller"
Wiz Khalifa said: 'Mac, I miss you, man. Today would have been your 30th birthday, you were gone too soon '
Thundercat said he accepted the advice Miller gave him about 'sit down and let it happen, extremely sit down and let it happen' and that he was grateful to have known Miller who changed his life
He added that he has accepted Miller's advice to 'sit down and let it happen, extremely sit down and let it happen', and that he was grateful to have known Miller, who changed his life.
"I really wish I could hear the soundtrack to where you are that you wanted to create, because I'm pretty sure it's intense, extreme," Thundercat said. 'On this birthday, I hope you get everything you want, everything you think you want, everything you did not want or did not ask for ... I hope you get everything.
'I hope it's as extreme as it was here.'
Rapper Rapsody said he misses Miller's light, heart, energy, gift and love of fruit snacks, and that his experiences with Miller 'were always a good time and an adventure'.
He added: 'I know you would have had the worst "Dirty Thirty" celebration ever! I love you forever, Malcolm! '
Dance group Jabbawockeez shared a tribute to the late rapper on his birthday
An account in memory of the late rap phenomenon shared several images of the deceased artist
Miller's former publicist and friend Nick Dierl wrote: "You influenced the people you touched on this planet, whether they knew you personally or through your art, for 26 years more than most can muster in a lifetime.
'Yet the most impressive part of who you were was your relentless pursuit of improving yourself - as an artist, friend and human being - and regardless of the circumstances smile through it all.'
Dierl said that 'anyone who had luck knew [Miller] take it with us now. '
Fans of the late rapper paid tribute to him more than three years after his death
Erik 'E. Dan 'Dan, a producer / engineer, said of Miller: "Although your presence is greatly missed, your spirit, essence and light continue to resonate just like your music."
Miller's friend, producer / engineer Jeremy 'Big Jerm' Kulousek, said Miller remains 'a shining light on anyone who was lucky enough to' him and that he is still with him every day.
Miller, whose real name was Malcolm James Myers McCormick, died on September 7, 2018 as a result of an accidental overdose of cocaine, alcohol and fentanyl. His last album, Circles, was released after his death in January 2020.