Jake Miller Tickets
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American singer, musician, rapper and songwriter Jake Miller first came to prominence after gaining attention from his performances videos that he uploaded on YouTube. He taught himself to play guitar, piano and drums from a very young age, which helped him considerably in his career. In his high school day, he uploaded many self-made videos on the net and in early 2011, gave his first live performance in Pompano Beach, Florida as the opener of rap musician Snoop Dogg.
Soon after this he opened a show in Fort Lauderdale for rapper Mac Miller, and only at the start of 2013, the self taught maestro finally signed a deal with E1 Music. His singles include See Ya Soon, Steven, Goodbye, Glow, Let You Go, Beast Mode, Settle Down, A Million Lives, On My Way, On The Move, The Fast Lane, Hey You, The Drive Thru, What I Wouldn’t Give, Runnin, Day Without Your Love, Hold On, and Like Me. Miller’s discography also includes a mixtape he released in 2011 called Summer Session, and two EPs in 2012 and 2013 called Spotlight and The Road Less Traveled. He has recently also made guest appearances on other musician’s releases including Davina Leone’s Up All Night, BDG Bout to Blow, Jeremy Thurber’s Don’t Judge Me, and Big Time Rush’s Lost in Love. His edgy hip hop songs have attracted the attention of hardcore rap fans making Jake Miller tickets quite a sought-after treat.
By May 2011, Jake Miller was on his way to receiving the T-Mobile USA and Samsung national talent competition of Kick It With a Band, for which he was awarded up to thirty-five thousand dollars as grand prize. The rapper used this sum to set up his music career and for a video he made with YouTube’s celebrity Keenan Cahill. He then performed with the likes of Asher Roth, Flo Rida and Sean Kingston at the West Palm Beach concert Think Pink Rocks in November 2011. This event was to benefit awareness about women’s cancer and was sponsored by SRC and Steve Rifkind Records. A month later, he appeared at the yearly Y-100 Jingle Ball concert where he performed with We the Kings and Cody Simpson. The artist performed live on New Year’s Eve at the Miami Beach Orange Drive Music Festival, where other artists such as Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes, Ne-Yo, Cee Lo Green and Jason Derulo also performed.
In March 2012, Jake Miller appeared at Miami’s famous Calle Ocho Festival where he performed at both its stages namely the Power 96 Stage and Planet Pit Stage, in the presence of more than two hundred thousand audiences. By September, he was performing with Sammy Adams and Austin Mahone at the city’s Y-100 Pep Rally. He then collaborated with Big Time Rush on their song Lost in Love that was released on the album 24/Seven. The artist issued his EP Spotlight in mid 2012, which produced the hit single What I wouldn’t Give that was played over and over on radio all over the country as well as on the Top 20 on Sirius XM Radio. In addition, it was ranked close to the top fifty on Top Forty Radio charts. The rapper has also issued music videos for several songs from his EPs such as Runnin and Day Without Your Love. Quite remarkably, he has also performed at the NBA championship finals at the AAA arena, which was a personal highlight for him.
Miller is known to draw inspiration from various artists such as Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Big Sean, Lil Wayne, and Drake Macklemore. He is reputed to be well into social media who stays connected with his ever widening fan base that currently covers more than a hundred thousand fans on Facebook and more than seventy thousand on Twitter. He is soon to play another series of live shows that are not to be missed. So make sure to grab your Jake Miller tickets in time.