Adrian L. Miller

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Adrian L. Miller
Music Entertainment Executive, Manager, and Producer Adrian L. Miller.jpg
Self-portrait photograph
St. Louis, Missouri,
United States
EducationHistory Major
Years active1989 - present
Notable work
Malibu by Anderson .Paak
The Jungle Is The Only Way Out by Mereba

Adrian L. Miller is an American music entertainment executive, manager, music supervisor, and executive producer. Miller recently teamed up with Delicious Vinyl record label owner Michael Ross and Leslie Cooney to reboot the label, now called Delicious Vinyl Island, whose focus is Caribbean/Future Roots and an eclectic soul R&B outfit called A Tiny Universe with Om'Mas Keith.[citation needed]

In addition to management and label ownership, Miller also currently does music supervision/music consulting for film and television projects.[citation needed] As of 2020, he has joined the Music Supervisors Guild.

Miller received the Cannes Lion Award for his work on the 2018 Apple Music Home Pod commercial directed by Spike Jonze.[citation needed]

He has received RIAA certifications for gold and platinum sales in music industry roles. In 2019, he was awarded a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance for the song "Bubblin" by Anderson .Paak.[1][2][3]

Miller began his music career as on air radio host at KBLK in Tulsa, Oklahoma, while attending the University of Tulsa.[3] In 1991, Miller became the Director of A&R at Immortal Records; working with Funkdoobiest, Volume 10, Incubus, and Korn. Three years later, at the age of 24, Miller took on his position at Warner Bros. Records as the Director of A&R; working with musicians Quincy Jones and Benny Medina.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Bradt, George. "A Personal Branding MAP For Leaders". Forbes. Retrieved 2018-04-18.
  2. ^ Setaro, Shawn. "Adrian Miller: How Gambling On Anderson .Paak Paid Off". Forbes. Retrieved 2018-04-18.
  3. ^ a b Johnson, Kevin C. "St. Louis native Adrian Miller is the man behind Grammy nominee Anderson .Paak". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Retrieved 19 April 2018.

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