Following his death just over a year ago, it was reported that Mac Miller's estate was valued just below $5 million. As TMZ and the Blast reported Thursday, his family has just received an appraisal and it has been revealed that number was inaccurate. Instead, the value is reportedly almost $7 million.

Disclosed in part of Miller's probate case in Los Angeles County Court, the value takes into consideration his master recordings, royalties, and any items he had at the time of his death. Notably, some expensive jewelery makes up a big number of the total figure, but the biggest portion of the figure comes from his master recording assets. In total, those masters are valued at almost $5 million, while his royalties come to $1.5 million. Other items include a $31k, 18 karat Presidential bracelet, a $20k Rolex, and a $14k cuban link necklace.

Earlier this month, the drug dealer who allegedly supplied Miller with counterfeit oxycodone pills that contained fentanyl was charged in connection with his death. Fentanyl, which is estimated to be somewhere around 100 times stronger than morphine, is believed to have had an impact on the late rapper's death on Sept. 7, 2018.  On the anniversary of Miller's death, his father attended an event held at Pittsburgh's Blue Side Park to celebrate his life. "So they finally caught the motherfucker that sold him the drugs that killed him, " Mark McCormick said.