We love hip-hoppers with heart! Pittsburgh-bred rapper Mac Miller may be somewhat of a newcomer on the scene, but he is all heart and he is making sure to do his part for the good of others.

Miller's debut album 'Blue Slide Park' crashed the party and landed at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 charts, but the 19-year-old isn't being reckless and dropping change on expensive cars or frivolous items like blinged-out jewelry thanks to his recent success. Instead, Miller is showing off his generous and caring side by sharing his good fortune with others.

Miller recently donated $50,000 to the Make-a-Wish Foundation, a charitable organization which works to grant wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. Miller should make like Justin Bieber and visit sick kids in the hospital and perform for them. That really makes their day, too!

At the Dec. 9 show in his Steel City hometown, Miller handed the check over, even signing the oversized document in front of his fans. The act was met with a chorus of cheers and applause from the packed crowd.

Watch Mac Miller Sign the Donation Check