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Mac Miller’s older brother, Miller McCormick, designed the ‘Blue Slide Park’ album cover

Mac Miller released his debut studio album ‘Blue Slide Park’ on November 8, 2011, his older brother, Miller McCormick, designed the cover art for the 16-track album. The album was named after a part of Frick Park in Mac Miller’s hometown Pittsburgh, known as “Blue Slide Park”.

When ‘Blue Slide Park’ released it became the first independently-distributed debut LP to go No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart since Tha Dogg Pound’s Dogg Food in 1995.

Mac Miller's older brother, Miller McCormick, designed the 'Blue Slide Park' album cover

Miller McCormick also designed the cover art for Mac Miller’s other projects; Faces, The Divine Feminine, and Live from Space.

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