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Encyclopedia > Jae Millz
Jae Millz
Background information
Birth name Jarvis Mills
Born April 30, 1983 (1983-04-30) (age 24)
Origin Harlem, Manhattan, New York
Genre(s) Rap
Label(s) Diplomat Records

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History

He made a name for himself through countless freestyle battles that earned him underground legend status. His appearance on MTV's Making The Band in 2003 was a factor in his getting signed by Warner Bros. The appearance, in which he battled Ness from Da Band, earned him P. Diddy's respect. Things with Warner Bros. quickly went sour and they parted ways. About two weeks later he bounced back, signing with SRC/Universal. Starting in 2004, he made many mixtapes with rappers like Kool G Rap. He is featured on Chamillionaire Ridin' (NYC Remix) with Papoose. His debut album, titled Back to the Future is still yet to have a definite release date.He is also featured in several Smack DVDs often seen freestyle battling against opponents such as Murda Mook and Sire Castro. MTV (Music Television) is an American cable television network based in New York City. ... P. Diddy Sean John Combs (born November 4, 1969 aka P. Diddy, Puff Daddy, Sean Puffy Combs) is an African-American record producer, entrepreneur, and rapper. ... Hakeem Seriki (born November 28, 1979, in Washington, D.C.) is an American entrepreneur and Grammy Award winning rapper from the Acres Homes section of Houston, Texas. ... A papoose (from the Algonquian papoos, meaning child) is an English loanword whose present meaning is an American Indian child (regardless of tribe). ...


Mixtapes

  • Back To The Future-2005
  • Last Of The Best-2006
  • The Time Is Now-2007
  • Me and My Cuzin -2008

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VIBE.com: Jae Millz: Bringing Hip Hop Back (829 words)
Millz: I felt like I was going to pop then and I think if we would have dropped the album with “No, No, No,” I could have really sold a lot of records.
Millz: I’m trying to take it back to when everybody was cool, when it was about getting money, it was about being nice, being fresh and that’s it.
Millz: I mean I left it alone for a while.
Get the latest on Jae Millz (847 words)
His status as underground legend secure, Millz is now set to make his major label debut with the heavily anticipated Universal Records release, Back to tha Future, this summer.
Jae’s creative expression grows with each new studio session, the tremendous diversity of tracks reflecting his growth as a writer and visionary student of hip hop.
While Jae Millz represents the uptown hoods of New York on the crown-produced anthem “212,” he takes on a more universal theme with “Cold World,” a track produced by the underground beat phenom Emile, and a song that reaches deep into his poetic arsenal.
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