|Birth name||Jarvis Mills|
September 11, 1983 |
Harlem, New York, U.S.
|Genres||Hip hop, East Coast hip hop|
|Labels||Young Money/Cash Money Records (current)
Warner Bros. (past)
|Associated acts||Young Money, Lil Wayne|
Jarvis Mills (born September 11, 1983), better known by his stage name Jae Millz, is an American rapper from Harlem, New York, who is signed to Lil Wayne's record label Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money Records. His debut major label studio album, titled Nothing Is Promised is scheduled for a 2013 release. Millz is known for participating in and winning a number of rap battles with Harlem rappers, such as Larsiny, 40 Cal. and JR Writer among others.
Jae Millz was born in Harlem, New York. He started writing lyrics while at junior high school. He followed his love for art and went to the New York High School for Cartoon and Fashion Architecture.
Millz grew to local fame by winning hip hop battles and releasing a number of mixtapes. In 2003, he released his debut single "No, No, No", which received radio play and peaked at number 89 at the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. After the success of the song, Millz was offered a record deal with Warner Bros. Records. However, due to creative differences, he left the label, without having an album released. Soon after that he signed with Universal Records. Eventually, he left Universal, too, due to the lack of promotion, as the label was giving priority to other artists.
On December 21, 2009, Millz' collaboration album with Young Money We Are Young Money was released. Millz was featured on eight of the songs, including the singles "Every Girl" and "BedRock". The album landed at number nine on the Billboard 200, selling 142,000 copies in its first week, and was later certified gold by the RIAA.
Millz' debut album Nothing Is Promised is currently scheduled for a 2013 release. In an interview with BBC Radio 1's Tim Westwood, Millz explained that the title refers to his health problems – "The title come from [me] having two seizures in the previous year. I had them in my sleep. It's like you wake up and you don't know what happened." The first single from the album, called "Forever Winning", was released in July 2011 and features fellow Young Money rapper Lil Wayne. His newest mixtape Dead Presidents 2 was released on February 4, 2013. It got over 18,000 downloads in the first day of its release on the popular mixtape site DatPiff.
On April 19, 2013, Millz released his 20th official mixtape Property Of Potentness 2, to celebrate 4/20. The tape features guest performances by Birdman, Gucci Mane and Smoke DZA, among others, and production from Harry Fraud, LoudxPack and Millz himself.
In April 2010, Millz was arrested in New Jersey, while on his way to XXL's 2010 Freshman concert, where he was supposed to perform with rappers Cam'ron and Vado. He was detained for driving without a license.
- 2013: Nothing Is Promised
- 2005: The Statue
- 2006: Back 2 Tha Future Vol. 1
- 2007: The Time Is Now
- 2007: Zone Out Season
- 2009: Zone Out Season 2
- 2009: The Virgo: He Nasty
- 2010: The Flood Warning
- 2010: The Flood
- 2010: The Flood Continues
- 2010: The Virgo Part 2: He Still Nasty
- 2010: Dead Presidents
- 2010: The Flood Never Ended
- 2011: The Virgo Part 3: He Even Nastier
- 2011: Potent Music
- 2011: The Flood: Category 5
- 2011: Live From A Dispensary
- 2012: The Virgo Part 4: How Nasty Can He Get
- 2012: Property Of Potentness
- 2013: Dead Presidents 2
- 2013: Property Of Potentness 2
- 2013: R.O.T.S.
As lead artist
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Certifications||Album|
|2003||"No, No, No"||—||89||—||—||—||—||—||N/A|
|2004||"Bring It Back" (featuring Jadakiss)||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|"Streetz Melting" (featuring Swizz Beatz)||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|2005||"Who"||—||93||—||—||—||—||—||Back 2 Da Future Vol. 1|
|"I Like That (Stop)"||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|2009||"Every Girl" (with Young Money)||10||2||2||—||—||—||—||
||We Are Young Money|
|"BedRock" (with Young Money featuring Lloyd)||2||2||1||12||17||21||9||
|2011||"Forever Winning" (featuring Lil Wayne)||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||Nothing Is Promised|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart or receive certification.|
|2004||"Through Your Head"||DJ Kay Slay, Trife, Manio, Tru Life, Angelous, Cashmere, The Bad Seed||The Streetsweeper, Vol. 2|
|2005||"Move Back"||Ol' Dirty Bastard, The Lenox Ave. Boys, Drag-On, Cardan, Terra Blacks||Osirus|
|2006||"6 Minutes of Death"||Joe Budden, Stack Bundles||Mood Muzik 2: Can It Get Any Worse?|
|"Gangsta"||E.S.G.||Screwed Up Movement|
|"One Thing About a Playa" (Remix)||Wale||Hate Is the New Love|
|"Streetniggaz"||DJ Kay Slay, Greg Greg, Mike Beck, Smitty||The Champions: North Meets South|
|2008||"Dick Pleaser"||Lil Wayne||Dedication 3|
|"Bang Bang"||Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda|
|"The Other Side"||Lil Wayne, La the Darkman, Gudda Gudda|
|"Whoever You Like"||Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda|
|2009||"Five-O"||Nicki Minaj, Gudda Gudda||Beam Me Up Scotty|
|"Red Devils"||Gudda Gudda, Lil Twist, Lil Chuckee||Guddaville 2|
|"The Dungeon"||Gudda Gudda, Tyga|
|"Raw"||Gudda Gudda, Mack Maine|
|"Cannonball" (Remix)||Gudda Gudda, Collin Munroe, Drake|
|2010||"Mo Murda"||Gudda Gudda, Vado||Back 2 Guddaville|
|"YM Banger"||Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda, Tyga||I Am Not a Human Being|
|"YM Salute"||Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Lil Twist, Lil Chuckee, Gudda Gudda|
|"Hood Nights"||Trae tha Truth, Gudda Gudda||Can't Ban Tha Truth|
|"God Forgive Me"||DJ Kay Slay, Joell Ortiz, Saigon||More Than Just a DJ|
|2011||"A Million Lights"||DJ Khaled, Kevin Rudolf, Tyga, Mack Maine, Cory Gunz||We the Best Forever|
|2013||"One Two"||Talib Kweli, Oh No||Non-album single|
|"Do Right"||PO10T Dept., Mak, GP||Taking Offers|
|"Pacquiao"||PO10T Dept., Perrion, Mak, Microphone Pre|
|"Tryna Get It"||PO10T Dept., Microphone Pre, Mak|
|"The Realist"||PO10T Dept., GP, Mak|
|"Can't Deal With It"||PO10T Dept., Microphone Pre, T-Real, GP, Mak|
|"Oh Lord"||PO10T Dept., T-Real, Microphone Pre, Mak|
|"Dancing 4 That Rent"||PO10T Dept., Mak, T-Real|
|"Cool Music"||PO10T Dept., GP, Perrion, Mak|
|"Here I Go"||PO10T Dept., T-Real, Microphone Pre|
|"My Nias"||PO10T Dept., GP, T-Real, Mak|
|"Angel"||Rich Gang, Lil Wayne, Mystikal, Ace Hood, Gudda Gudda, Birdman, Mack Maine||Rich Gang|
|"Savage"||Rich Gang, T. Rone, Birdman|
|"My Homies Still" (Remix)||Young Jeezy, Gudda Gudda||Dedication 4|
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- Peak chart positions for singles in the United States:
- "BedRock": "Young Money Album & Song Chart History: Billboard Hot 100". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- "Every Girl": "Billboard Hot 100: Week of July 04, 2009". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- Peak chart positions for Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in the United States:
- "BedRock": "Young Money Album & Song Chart History: R&B/Hip-Hop Songs". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- "Every Girl": "R&B/Hip-Hop Songs: Week of July 11, 2009". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- All other songs: "Jae Millz Album & Song Chart History: R&B/Hip-Hop Songs". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- Peak chart positions for Rap Songs in the United States:
- "BedRock": "Young Money Album & Song Chart History: Rap Songs". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- "Every Girl": "Rap Songs: Week of June 20, 2009". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- "Back 2 tha Future, Vol. 1". All Music. Retrieved 2012-12-29.
- "Young Money searchable database". Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved 2012-12-29.