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As the world continues to mourn Mac Miller, his fans might bring several of his albums back to the Billboard chart.

Billboard reports seven of Miller's albums could end up on the Billboard 200 chart at the same time next week. His recent album, Swimming, which was released last month, is slated the enter the top five with a 500 percent unit gain by Sept. 13 for a total of 55,000 equivalent album units earned. The album debuted at the No. 3 spot and fell down to No. 71 with 9,000 units ahead of Sept. 6, according to Nielsen Music. 

But Swimming isn't the only album slated to nab a spot on Billboard 200. His 2011 mixtape, Best Day Ever, is slated to make a chart debut in the Top 30 with 15,000 units earned.  His other albums—2011's Blue Slide Park, 2015's GO:OD AM, and 2016's The Divine Feminine—could end up back in the Top 40. Blue Slide Park is estimated to earn 10,000 to 15,000 units, while GO:OD AM and The Divine Feminine are expected to pull in 10,000 units each.

Mac's 2013 effort Watching Movies With the Sound Off could make it to the Top 50, while 2012's Macadelic could be another project to make a chart debut as it's up 6,000 to 8,000 units from "a negligible figure" last week. If the projections come true, every album Mac released will be on the charts as well as two out of his 12 mixtapes.