19-year-old rapper & singer-songwriter Jake Miller is a fast rising star in the hip hop and pop worlds. After uploading a few homemade music videos to YouTube in January of 2011, Jake quickly caught the attention of thousands of fans, and, more importantly, Jason Derulo’s manager. Just a couple of months later Jake found himself opening up for Snoop Dogg, and has since performed alongside other superstar acts such as Cee-Lo Green, Ne-Yo, Mac Miller, Flo Rida, Sean Kingston, and of course Jason Derulo.
MTV.com says Jake “is about to blow up,” and described his sound as a mix between Gym Class Heroes’ Travie McCoy and Backstreet Boy Nick Carter.
The Weston, Florida-born up-and-comer recently released his debut single, “What I Wouldn’t Give,” an undeniable, radio ready hit that’s already reached 130,000 views on YouTube. The track was written by Jake himself and produced by The Fliptones, whose credits include Britney Spears‘ “Bad Girl” feat. Lil Wayne and Jason Derulo‘s “Don’t Wanna Go Home.” The inspirational video was shot in and around Jake’s hometown in South Florida, and reflect the song’s positive message.
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“What I Wouldn’t Give” is available now on iTunes.