Harlem’s own Jae Millz is showing no signs of slowing down. Over the past decade he’s achieved legendary status as an underground battle rapper, mastered the mixtape scene and has earned a respected name in hip hop. Now he’s teamed up with Young Money Entertainment, and Jae Millz is poised to make his mark with the masses.
Since partnering with superstar Lil Wayne, Millz has been featured on several Young Money tracks including two smash hits from the group’s 2009 certified Gold album, “We Are Young Money.” “Bedrock” went No.1 on the U.S. Rap charts and “Every Girl” peaked at No. 2 on Billboard. In 2010, he received an ASCAP Award for “Every Girl” along with a BET Award for “Best Group.” The New York rapper has also been performing worldwide with YME on the America’s Most Wanted and I Am Music tours, in front of arena crowds averaging 25-thousand on each stop. And, Millz is in good company, sharing the stage with his Young Money family, including Lil Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj and other top acts like Young Jeezy, Keyshia Cole, T-Pain and Keri Hilson.
As a solo artist, Jae Millz has released released several mixtapes in 2010 (The Flood Series, Dead Presidents, Virgo "He Nasty" series) along with his newly launched official site ForeverMillz.com in Summer 2010. Millz is also known for the bangers “Holla at a Playa;” “My Swag,” produced by Scott Storch; “Bring It Back,” featuring Jadakiss; “Who?” with Swizz Beatz; and his first major release, “No, No, No.” Also Jae has worked with tons of producers including Cool & Dre and Omen just to name a few.
In 2003, Diddy enlisted Millz to appear on MTV’s Making The Band for a freestyle battle with E. Ness. Since that television cameo, he’s recorded with numerous top hip hop artists from T.I., Fat Joe, Fabolous, Pitbull, Cam’ron, Juelz Santana and Paul Wall; to producers Cool and Dre, Ron Browz, DJ Khaled, DJ Quik, The Heatmakers and Alchemist. He was even featured on Chamillionaire’s remix for the Grammy-Award winning song, “Ridin’.”
From a teenage emcee, staging lunchroom battles, Jae Millz has evolved into a rapper worthy of the world’s stage. “In all honesty, I’m a rappers rapper, and I make music for everybody, because at the end of the day I’m human. I go through the same things that everybody else goes through.”
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