Christmas has come early for America's terminally sick children - rap newcomer Mac Miller has donated $50,000 (£31,250) to the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help turn kids' dreams into reality.
The hip-hop star made U.S. chart history last month (Nov11) when his release Blue Slide Park hit the top of the Billboard 200, making him the first act in over 15 years to debut an independently-distributed first album at number one.
And Miller is celebrating his success by sharing the wealth and handing over the large sum to the children's charity, which grants wishes to youngsters with life-threatening sicknesses.
The rapper signed the cheque during a recent concert in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and promptly handed it over to organisation officials.
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