The final music video of Mac Miller shows the rapper in a coffin before his tragic death by overdose

Too young: the world of music shuddered when he learned that Mac Miller died at the age of 26 after an alleged drug overdose

The world of music shuddered when he learned that Mac Miller died at the age of 26 after an alleged drug overdose.

And rapper So It Goes seems to have predicted his own demise in his most recent music video, for the song Self Care.

In the video, released in July this year, Ariana Grande's ex-boyfriend hits while lying in a coffin.

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Too young: the world of music shuddered when he learned that Mac Miller died at the age of 26 after an alleged drug overdose

Too young: the world of music shuddered when he learned that Mac Miller died at the age of 26 after an alleged drug overdose

In the most chilling moment of the clip, Miller – whose real name is Malcolm McCormick – carves the words "Memento mori" on the lid of the coffin, which in Latin means "Remember you have to die".

The clip shows Mac trying to get out of his narrow grave using only a flashlight, a knife and his fist.

While hitting, light a cigarette before recording the Latin phrase in the wood on it.

The artist of Donald Trump then begins to drill a hole through the wood, before leaving a mound of earth.

However, her escape is ephemeral, as a massive explosion apparently claims the life of the singer anyway.

Prescient: The rapper from So It Goes seems to have predicted his own demise in his most recent music video, for the song Self Care

Prescient: The rapper from So It Goes seems to have predicted his own demise in his most recent music video, for the song Self Care

Prescient: The rapper from So It Goes seems to have predicted his own demise in his most recent music video, for the song Self Care

Tragedy: the body of the rapper was found in a room in his house in the San Fernando Valley, just outside of Los Angeles, around noon on Friday. Seen here in June 2016

Tragedy: the body of the rapper was found in a room in his house in the San Fernando Valley, just outside of Los Angeles, around noon on Friday. Seen here in June 2016

Tragedy: the body of the rapper was found in a room in his house in the San Fernando Valley, just outside of Los Angeles, around noon on Friday. Seen here in June 2016

The rapper's body was found in a bedroom at his home in the San Fernando Valley, just outside of Los Angeles, around noon Friday. He was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics, according to a TMZ report.

Miller is believed to have died of a drug overdose, but he sent the audio when a male friend alerted the authorities that he described it as a heart attack.

Just after 2:00 p.m. local time, a coroner arrived at Miller's Studio City house on Friday, and it was noted that the body had been removed before 4 p.m. M.

Grim: In the video, released in July this year, Ariana Grande's ex-boyfriend bangs while lying in a coffin

Grim: In the video, released in July this year, Ariana Grande's ex-boyfriend bangs while lying in a coffin

Grim: In the video, released in July this year, Ariana Grande's ex-boyfriend bangs while lying in a coffin

Trapped: the clip shows Mac trying to get out of his narrow grave using only a flashlight, a knife and his fist

Trapped: the clip shows Mac trying to get out of his narrow grave using only a flashlight, a knife and his fist

Trapped: the clip shows Mac trying to get out of his narrow grave using only a flashlight, a knife and his fist

The artist was notably linked to singer Ariana Grande, who ended her two-year relationship in May and engaged with comedian Pete Davidson a month later.

A statement from Miller's family read: "Malcolm McCormick, known and adored by fans like Mac Miller, died tragically at the age of 26. He was a bright light in this world for his family, friends and fans. Thanks for your prayers. Please respect our privacy. No more details about the cause of his death at this time & # 39;

Following the death of Miller, many have pointed to his recent separation from Grande as what led to his overdose.

However, he had been fighting a battle against substance abuse long before he met the singer, who has been documented extensively in both the media and his own music.

"Remember you have to die": at the most chilling moment in the clip, Miller – whose real name is Malcolm McCormick – carves the words "Memento mori" on the lid of the coffin

Speaking from the heart: The letter of Self Care seems to refer directly to Malcolm's struggles with addiction

Speaking from the heart: The letter of Self Care seems to refer directly to Malcolm's struggles with addiction

Speaking from the heart: The letter of Self Care seems to refer directly to Malcolm's struggles with addiction

In fact, the lyrics of Self Care seem to refer directly to Malcolm's struggles with addiction.

At one point he sings: "We spent our nights all drunk, our mornings high." Can you feel it now?

In multiple interviews, Miller talked about how he had started using drugs such as cocaine and opiates when he was only 15 years old.

Autobiographical: in a moment he sings, "We spend our nights all drunk, our mornings high, can you feel it now?

Autobiographical: in a moment he sings, "We spend our nights all drunk, our mornings high, can you feel it now?

Autobiographical: in a moment he sings, "We spend our nights all drunk, our mornings high, can you feel it now?

Difficult Parenting: In multiple interviews, Miller talked about how he had started using drugs, including cocaine and opiates, when he was only 15 years old.

Difficult Parenting: In multiple interviews, Miller talked about how he had started using drugs, including cocaine and opiates, when he was only 15 years old.

Difficult Parenting: In multiple interviews, Miller talked about how he had started using drugs, including cocaine and opiates, when he was only 15 years old.

During his 2012 Macadelic tour, the artist became addicted to the "purple drink" or "poor drink" – a mixture of promethazine and codeine medications – but managed to quit after realizing how he had taken over his life.

"I love Lean, it's great, I was not happy and I was very thin, I was so nervous all the time it was bad, my friends could not even look at me the same way, I was lost," he told Complex in 2013.

It was not until early this summer that his addiction issues made headlines again, when Miller was arrested for drunk driving and crashing his SUV in Los Angeles just a week after his breakup with Grande.

He was convicted in that incident last month.

On stage: Miller was arrested for driving drunk and crashing his SUV in Los Angeles just a week after his breakup with Grande. Seen here October 2016

On stage: Miller was arrested for driving drunk and crashing his SUV in Los Angeles just a week after his breakup with Grande. Seen here October 2016

On stage: Miller was arrested for driving drunk and crashing his SUV in Los Angeles just a week after his breakup with Grande. Seen here October 2016

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