- Romeo Miller
- Net Worth : £3.5 million
- Change : £45,943 - % 1.5 (Last Updated: 04.20.21 )
- Rapper/ Actor
In 2001, singing as ‘Lil’ Romeo’, Miller launched his eponymous debut album, which soared to sixth on the Billboard 200. With more than 200,000 first week sales and 897,000 overall, the album was certified Gold by RIAA. His debut single ‘“My Baby’”, topped Billboard 200 certifying Platinum and broke Michael Jackson’s record as youngest artist to achieve the feat.
After featuring on ‘“That’s Kool’”, a remix by his uncle Vyshonne King Miller (Silkk the Shocker) in 2001, he released two albums Game Time (2001) and Romeoland (2004).
Partnering his dad, Miller launched their new record label Guttar Music Entertainment in 2005. That November, his brother Valentino, three cousins and Miller created the rap band Rich Boyz, releasing just one album, Young Ballers: The Hood Been Good to Us.
In 2006, changing his name officially to ‘Romeo’, he launched two albums Lottery and God’s Gift. The latter became the soundtrack to the eponymous movie produced/directed by Master P—selling 96,000 copies (and counting).
The following year, Master P and ‘Romeo’ formed the band Miller Boyz. Their collaboration album Hip Hop History has sold more than 70,000 copies till date.
Miller then launched the single ‘“Ice Cream Man Jr.’”, a tribute to his father in 2010. Same year, he formed College Boyys, a new group credited with only one album Spring Break, and re-released No Limit Records as No Limit Forever.
With a new sobriquet ‘Maserati Rome’, Miller released Inception, a new mixtape (2012) and two collaboration mixtapes We All We Got and Hustlin with Money Mafia (2015). He again released a mixtape named Fighting Monsters on ITunes (2016), with the proceeds going to charity.
Miller’s acting career began in 2001 with a cameo in the film Max Keeble’s Big Move followed by starring roles in Honey (2003), God’s Gift (2006), Uncle P (2007), Jumping the Broom (2011) and Madea’s Witness Protection (2012).
On TV, his own show, Romeo! (2002), won him the Kids Choice Award in 2005 for Favorite Television Actor. He also lent voice to Static Shock (2003), whose theme song he performed. Other appearances include Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide (2005), The Defenders (2010), Charlie’s Angels (2011), Dancing with the Stars (2011), The Millionaire Matchmaker (2015) and Growing Up Hip Hop (2016).
He unveiled three garment ranges: P.Miller Shorties (2008), College Boyys (2010) and Rome Everything (2015). P.Miller Shorties’ first year sales recorded more than £35 million.. (imdb)
Modelling for the magazine Troix (April 2011), His awards include winning Billboard Music Awards’ Rap Artist of the Year (2001).