Pete Miser

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Pete Miser
Birth name Peter Ho
Born (1971-02-03) February 3, 1971 (age 43)
Portland, Oregon, United States
Origin Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Genres Hip hop
Occupations Producer, DJ, Creative Mastermind, Fresh Emcee (Rapper)
Instruments Voice, drums, Turntables
Years active 1995–present
Labels Ho-Made Media
Associated acts Five Fingers of Funk
Website PeteMiser.com

Peter Aaron Ho (born February 3, 1971), known by the stage name Pete Miser, is an Asian-American Hip Hop rapper and producer living in New York City.

Biography[edit]

Originally from Portland, Oregon, Miser is involved in the hip-hop scene in the Northwest United States. He was the lead vocalist in the live hip-hop band 5 Fingers of Funk.

After six years with the Fingers, Miser moved to Brooklyn, New York City to explore hip-hop in its birthplace. In 1999, Arista artist Dido recruited him as the DJ in her live band. With Dido, Miser toured the world, appeared on numerous television shows.

In past years Miser was also a featured in the final Top 6 of the MTV2 Dew Circuit Breakout.

Miser's music has been featured in numerous major motion pictures including but not limited to "The Night listener", "TATS Cru: The Mural Kings" & the ESPN documentary "Through The Fire", as well as three exclusive Bacardi commercials featuring his song "Only For Today".

In early 2008, Miser released a YouTube video for short song "Hit Me On My iPhone".

He produced and is featured in Jin's song "Open Letter to Obama".

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Artist
2011 Honest Mistakes Pete Miser
2010 She A Hippie Single Pete Miser
2004 Camouflage Is Relative Pete Miser
2004 Scent of a Robot/So Sensitive Single Pete Miser
2002 Radio Free Brooklyn Pete Miser
1999 For You/Just One Rhyme Single Pete Miser
1998 About Time Five Fingers of Funk
1996 What It Be... Pete Miser
1994 Slap Me 5 Five Fingers of Funk

Other Appearances[edit]

Year Album Artist
2008 Heat Brings Heat Subatomic Sound System
2005 Lost Hits Vol.1: Dancehall Versus Hip Hop Subatomic Sound System

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